There are several companies that also have hydraulic flat bed
trailers. The bed
is shaped like a long U open at the back end of the trailer. Back the trailers up under the boat with the keel
in the open part of the U. Assume the boat is sitting on stands where it's at. So as the trailer backs up to the first stand a hydraulic leg is raised that takes over the support from that stand. The hydraulic legs are on tracks so as the trailer backs up further the leg stays in place on the boat. When you reach the next stand they pop up the next hydraulic leg.
Once the trailer is all the way under the boat and all the hydraulic legs in place, all the legs are jacked up to raise the boat off the ground and you just drive away with it. Very cool.
I know a guy based in FL with this rig. He is originally from New England
and does make hauls up that way so worth a call. Contact
Work: 813 792-0398
Mobile: 321 689-3431
If he can't do it he can probably make a recommendation.