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Sailboat Trailer rentals in Florida for a 26' fixed keel

I am hoping that some people here can assist me with finding a company that rents Sailboat Trailers in Florida - Canaveral, Orlando or Fort Myers areas preferably, that you can tow with your own truck.

The boat is a pearson 26, 26'1" x 8'9" x 5400LBS fixed fin keel of about 2' extra below the curve of the hull.

I have it in canaveral and need to get it to fort myers/cape coral/port charlotte/punta gorda/naples area. I got a new job and now have a place on a sailboat access canal, but need to get my boat here.

I am looking to rent a trailer as all of my moving quotes so far have been pretty high. Lake okeechobee is too shallow to cross right now, and I dont have sufficient time to sail around the keys right now.

Looking to get her moved at the most cost effective method, however the longer i stay in a marina, the more it costs me.

Any help provided would be great - looking to possibly move it this weekend.

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Alternatively if you know of any inexpensive transport options - looking to get her there for under $1000...

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Have you looked on craigslist to rent one? Also, I have seen transport services for sail boats on there but am not sure how much they cost.
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