Though it may seem complicated at first, boat transport can be easy if you are prepared. Once you know you will need to transport your boat, give yourself plenty of time to get it ready. It is recommended that you begin planning at least a month in advance so that you can select a quality boat mover, select the proper trailer and prepare your boat for transport. You should hire a boat transporter no later than two weeks before you need it moved.
You will need to have precise measurements before you can begin getting transportation quotes. This information will help the transporter provide an accurate quote that includes any special permits or licenses that may be required.
When choosing a boat delivery service, look for references or feedback from previous customers, as well as legal authority and insurance. Finding a quality boat transport company is the key to having your boat delivered safely and on time.
Once you have hired a boat haulier, you can begin preparing your boat for delivery. You will need to secure or remove loose items and take special precautions to avoid damage to your boat during transport. Consult with your boatyard or marina for any special instructions or to answer any questions you may have.
For further insight into the boat transport process with uShip, visit our cost to transport a boat page. There you will be able to view live boat transactions as they happened in our marketplace. From listing, to communication and biding, everything you'll need is laid out for you.