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Who put it there? it didn't get there by itself there must have been somebody with a trailer that moved it to the property, also why wouldn't you just sale from fort Lauderdale to Savannah it's not that far. Quick internet search brought up dozens here's one
Apparently it's a trailer sailer.
Probably need a two-axle or even maybe even a one axle trailer it's under 3,000 lb pickup truck and suv could probably do the job.
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If the carriers that you contacted have a suitable non hydraulic trailer then do as was earlier suggested and hire a crane/ boom truck to hoist the boat. An 8 ton boom truck is sufficient for that job. Probably $250.00 ( $125.00 an hour with a 2 hour minimum) Back when I was doing it, the rate was $75.00 an hour but that's been a few years back..... like 20
Yes but double or triple that price and you'll be closer nowadays.

We used cranes to lift air conditioning rooftop units onto buildings, but this boat isn't that big, don't most people slide a trailer under a trailer sailor by themselves or with friends helping them?
 
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