Please don't take offense to this as I mean no ill will, but given it is a Clipper Marine
boat, your hull
is probably thinner than most boats of similar size and weight. Most trailer boats will not have much hull
deflection if supported correctly.
Check inside the hull where the indentations are for cracking or delamination
of the fiberglass
. If there is any cracking or delamination
, then you do have a structural and therefore possibly a safety
As Cat said in the previous post, you may consider replacing the rollers with bunks, as this will distribute the boats weight over a larger surface area of the hull and reduce further flexing and indentations.
You can also take your boat to a boatyard or marine surveyor
and get a professional opinion from someone who can have a look at the problem in person.