If you use a commercial
carrier it is going to cost a couple of thousand or more. Just no way around it. Even easy cargo where you load a couple of pallets of something in a box truck figure base cost of $1.50-$2.00/mile plus fuel
surcharges and other miscellaneous fees
Hauling a boat
on a special trailer
will be more. One reason boat hauling is more, unless the trucker gets lucky and finds some other load for a flatbed he will be going one way on the trip empty which costs him. This will be calculated into the price
Don't forget a few hundred on each end to load and unload the boat.
You can save a good bit if you want to try it yourself. If this is the Pearson
28.5 Triton the beam would be OK but you would have to watch the vertical clearance. 4'11" draft
plus waterline to the highest point on the boat, guessing another 5' plus trailer clearance you are looking at a minimum 12-13' vertical clearance which will not fit under all bridges. Don't forget the time and cost to build a cradle
to hold the boat on a trailer. Not a trucker so not sure if you have to get special permits for the vertical clearance but I would check before trying it.