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Old 08-18-2012
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Re: Trailering a Pacific Seacraft 34

A Pacific Seacraft 34 can be professionally transported by land, for instance if you bought the boat on one coast and wanted to relocate it to the other. The transport company would take care of the necessary wide load permits, escorts, etc. But I wouldn't consider it as a DIY and it's not a boat I would want to de-rig, transport, and re-rig on an annual basis. I would think the cost to have it prepped and moved each year would end up being prohibitive compared to finding a boatyard that's either near where you cruise or closer to home where you could have the boat hauled and stored on the hard for the offseason.
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Last edited by SecondWindNC; 08-18-2012 at 01:55 PM.
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