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Have a trailer I can rent? In NC, SC

I am purchasing a 26 foot sailboat with fixed keel and need to move it from Charlotte, NC to Charleston, SC. Rather than pay for the expense of a boat mover, is there anyone on this forum that may have one I could rent or borrow for a day? I'd be happy to pay a deposit and a fair rate for it's use. It needs to work with a 26 foot C&C sloop. Please respond it that's you. Thanks.
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Re: Have a trailer I can rent? In NC, SC

Hmm not too many full keel trailers about so I can't imagine you will get too many takers. I do remember seeing a number of full keel trailers in a storage yard on statesville rd between exits 25 and 28. Zoom all the way in on this address in google maps and you'll see what I mean. I have no idea if it is an open business but there was at least one trailer that looked like it would work and also a cradle or two that would work on a flat bed. Good luck.

18418 Statesville Rd
Cornelius, NC 28031 152 ft NE

https://maps.google.com/maps?q=18418...ed=0CAsQ_AUoAA
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You might want to post a wanted ad in Craigslist.
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If you have a cradle or can build one just haul it on a tandem axle car trailer can be rented any where! ......Dale
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Re: Have a trailer I can rent? In NC, SC

Charlie,

The problem is that the trailers are pretty much boat specific. And if you find one like yours, it will probably be on a trailer already because of the season or maybe a cradle. When I bought my boat, sans trailer, I had to modify one to fit in two weeks. Fortunately, I had noticed another Lancer 25 on a trailer at a marina about 45 minutes from home. So, I swung by with my camera, tape measure and sketch pad. If this is a limited event, some folks build stout, well braced cradles out of 4x4s. The biggest problem then would be loading and launching. You probably will still need a crane or a sling.
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If it is on a cradle roll on, roll it off , a comealong if your alone, no crane needed, that's not that big a boat!...Dale
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