You have run into a common Catch 22. A boat that will cost more than it's worth to move it to where you want it. 99.9% of the time, unless it's a really special boat or a really special deal it isn't worth it. You're going to do better spending more money
on a boat that's where you want it than buying
a cheaper boat and moving it.
If the boat is not at a marina then how did it get to where it is and onto jack stands? My first move would be to find whoever put the boat where it is.
There are a very few boat haulers that have a special trailer with built in hydraulic jack stands that can pick up or set down a boat on any flat spot they can back up the trailer.
I had one of these trailers haul my boat from a boat yard to property in the country and it was easy but when I was ready to move the boat back to the boat yard the trucker had retired and sold the trailer to another trucker across the country. I looked for weeks but couldn't find anyone else with a hydraulic trailer so had to hire a crane. Basically those are the only options if you want to pay a professional hauler to do it.
26 isn't that big or heavy so you wouldn't need a really big crane to move it. Have you tried a tree service
or other alternate sources for a crane?
The only other possibility is try some kind of DIY.
CAUTION AND DISCLAIMER. Trying this could end up with a wrecked boat and injured workers. Do this at your own risk.
Idea 1. Rent big, heavy duty flatbed trailer and build frame on it like the bunks on a regular small boat trailer and back the trailer under the boat, moving the jack stands as you go.
Idea 2. Build a frame over the boat, strap the boat and lift
it up off the jack stands, back a trailer under the boat and set it back down.