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svu 08-15-2020 08:59 AM

Beam for trailering
 
Would you limit a boat purchase to a certain beam?
in Fl. 8'6" no permit
10 ft cheap $20 or $30 annual fee
11 ft $ 300 annual and time of day restrictions.
Found a very nice 11 ft beam used boat w trailer but i do trailer alot and im hesitant. Your thoughts?

capt_matt 08-15-2020 10:20 AM

11 foot beam and trailering frequently do not go together. Twice a year would be fine if the boat were slipped. What are the permit restrictions over 10 feet - only daylight hours and weekdays?

mbb 08-15-2020 10:36 AM

For trailering frequently, yes.
beamy boats get very heavy too.
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The easier it is to use something, the more you will use it. Thats my experience.






seadoc 08-15-2020 10:48 AM

Trailered 31 prowler (just shy of 11). No biggie. Except south Florida i95. That sucked

oceandansar 08-15-2020 10:51 AM

Looking for another 11’7” beam boat in Florida right now. Trailered only for Hurricane, maintenance and emergencies.


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