Trailering the boat might be an option, but that will be a top-heavy trailer
which requires care and some experience with towing.
Crosswinds could be a severe issue.
The shallower draft
version would be a bit less of a problem than the deeper fin keel
Also you need to have an appropriate tow vehicle.
The trailer to handle the boat could save you a bunch of money
, paying for itself over several years. Hauling it out yourself for seasonal storage
instead of paying slip fee for several months with the boat just tied there. Getting it out for a few hours or days to do maintenance
A couple of the 2000 mile DIY
transports would probably pay for the trailer...
There's some "tricks" for trailer launching where you wouldn't need a crane if there's an appropriate boat ramp
The advantage of having pros do it is... they would be the ones on the hook for damages if they overturn it on the freeway or get it stuck under a low overpass bridge.