bayliner ciera 3055

Listing Information
Shipment Title:bayliner ciera 3055
Shipment ID: 660920952
Customer:Jerry W.
Date Listed:3/24/2014 3:32 PM CST
Date Updated: 3/30/2014 2:30 PM CST
Ended: 4/3/2014 4:05 PM CST
Budget: Place Bid
# of Bids: 7 (0 Active)
Auction Goods:No
Shipment Pictures
Origin, Destination, & Route Information
Origin
Residence
Pickup: Ready Now
Route

Est. Distance: 1,502.00 Miles
Destination
Residence
Delivery: ASAP
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bayliner ciera 3055

Total Boats: 1

Total Weight: 12000 lbs

  • bayliner ciera 3055
  • 30 ft 6 in. 
  • 11 ft 0 in. 
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  • 12 ft 0 in. 
  • 12000 lbs
  • No
Additional Information: boat is on blocks at current location will be placed on a trailer at destination Report a Violation
Open Transport, Enclosed Transport, Flatbed Transport Service, Ocean Freight Container Service, Tow-Away Service
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Question:
3/24/2014
Jerry do you currently own this boat or you just considering a purchase? If you own it, I will be dropping a Sea Ray 340 in Newport Beach around April 7th and then headed back home to Tx. If the boat is ready I will bring it back for a good price. Let me know asap. Thanks Report a Violation
Question:
3/27/2014
Are you still thinking about moving this boat?Report a Violation
Question:
3/28/2014
Shipper is this listing dead or alive? There have been no communication from you. If the shipment is abandoned it will be reported to Uship and removed. Pls advise.Report a Violation
Question:
3/29/2014
Another DEAD lead...Report a Violation
Response: Potentially, I didn't realize what "uship" was when it was recommended to me. I find that the quotes I've been given are as good as I would like but didn't think I was working on a time limitation. I own the item to be shipped and the property it is sitting on, so it is costing me nothing! I appreciate the rough idea of what it will cost to transport it cross country. So unless it's a screaming deal!!! yes DEAD lead!3/30/2014Report a Violation
Response: Thank you Jerry for the response. Now we know what your needs are. Keep it up!3/30/2014Report a Violation
Response: Jerry. How is this going to be laded / unloaded?3/30/2014Report a Violation
Question:
3/30/2014
$3500. Interested?Report a Violation
Response: Hi Ctaylor, Yes I think I am interested. I didn't know what Uship was when it was recommended to me. I didn't realize that it was a bidding site for shippers. For that price I think it makes sense to go ahead and do it. I fly into LA on the 7th. The boat is sitting on cribbing blocks at my property in Malibu. The top arch is still attached and the boat is very dirty. I don't know what preparation I need to do to get the boat ready to haul?3/30/2014Report a Violation
Response: Hello Jerry. First the arch would need to be lowered unless you know for a fact that the height is already lower than 12'. Legal height loaded is 13'6". My trailer is about 18" off the ground. Second, how did you plan on loading and unloading the boat from the trailer? How did you get it up on the blocks.3/30/2014Report a Violation
Response: The guy who put it there had a trailer with a split center section so he backed it up and jacked the trailer up then we put blocks under it and he lowered the trailer and removed the center brace and drove it out from under the boat. I don't know what type of equipment you have so I don't know what it will take to get it on the transport. Probably so type of support jacks in outer locations would work. However we get it on the trailer is how we'll get it off I guess. Do you have any suggestions that would work or that you have done before? I have a few pictures of the boat on the blocks. It's pretty high about 30" on the keel blocks and 48" on the outer blocks. I can probably find instructions on how to take down the arch and get that done. 3/30/2014Report a Violation
Response: Jerry the type of trailer you are describing is called a "hydraulic" trailer. There are a few around but they are expensive to use. I have a 40' tri-axle that will fit your boat but its not hydraulic. I, like most transporters will require the boat to lifted on and off the trailer. If the block wasn't in the middle of the boat supporting it and the jack stands were wide enough a part I could probably back underneath the boat and all we'd have to do is lower the stands but I think the block will get in the way. The only way to remedy that is a portable crane, forklift or something like that.3/30/2014Report a Violation
Response: What do you think about backing the trailer to the bow block and jacking up behind the block, removing that block and backing to the jack then two jacks to keep backing up until we get to the rear blocks then lower it on the trailer and winch it up? It may take a little time but I can get some help to do the jacking etc. I'm also going to call a few marina's at Texoma and maybe not have to deal with taking it off the trailer at my house.3/30/2014Report a Violation
Response: What would you jack the boat with? Also, you need to make sure the jack stands are far enough part to get the trailer backed under. If all that works, once you lower it, that's it. No winching. Its too heavy for that.3/30/2014Report a Violation
Response: the boat has 4 blocks under it now. 2 on the keel front and back and 2 at the back corners. So I was thinking back up to the front keel block then jack up behind that block with a multi ton floor jack with a piece of V shaped wooden block. remove the front keel block and back up to the jack. Then use two jacks and keep moving them under the trailer so it can continue to be backed up to the back blocks. This assumes there is space in the webbing of the trailer to keep the front elevated. Then remove the rear blocks and use the same technique to lift the rear keel enough to continue backing the trailer under the boat. I think this would work. 3/30/2014Report a Violation
Response: Sounds like that may work.3/30/2014Report a Violation
Question:
3/30/2014
By the way, Texoma has a marine lift. I've been there several times before.Report a Violation
Question:
3/30/2014
Jerry I have to step away from the computer. If you like I can submit the bid for your immediate acceptance and then we can work out how will get it loaded. Let me know asap. ThanksReport a Violation
Response: Ok, If you're willing to work with me on getting it loaded, I'll accept the bid. Thanks 3/30/2014Report a Violation
Response: I'll work with you to get it loaded. Since this is your first time using Uship, pls read the "terms & conditions" section of our profile. Once you accept, if you pay with uShip deposits, just pay deposit. The balance would be payable to us. [content removed - Per uShip rules, bids must be all inclusive] Since this is a backhaul for me (coming home) to Texas,[content removed – TSPs must accept all uShip payment options] Fair enough?3/30/2014Not in Violation
Response: I'll go read it now. That sound fair. Thanks 3/30/2014Not in Violation
Response: Ok thanks3/30/2014Report a Violation
Accepted Bid
Price Service Provider Service type  
$3,500
Accepted 3/30
4.7/5 | 80 reviews
Open Transport
0
$4,500
Expired 3/29
4.7/5 | 80 reviews
Open Transport
0
$4,000
Cancelled 3/30
4.7/5 | 80 reviews
Open Transport
0
$4,440
Declined
5.0/5 | 58 reviews
Flatbed Transport Service
0
$4,440
Cancelled 3/30
5.0/5 | 46 reviews
Open Transport
0
$4,495
Declined
5.0/5 | 18 reviews
Flatbed Transport Service
0
$4,500
Cancelled 3/24
4.7/5 | 80 reviews
Open Transport
0