Trailerable Houseboats- towing a longer houseboat with a big truck
(North Fort Myers, Florida)
Towing a large trailerable towable houseboat.
I saw this houseboat launch off a modified trailer pulled by a Dually truck. I run over to the marina where I am staying and I helped him tie up.
The owner said he regularly towed it from up north down here to North Fort Myers. Last year he decided to leave it here in storage. It sits on a triple axle trailer and looks to be near 35 feet. I'll check later on the actual length and weight.
Now, I have been reading a lot of the trailerable stories and was wondering why everyone seems to want little houseboats?
Bigger = more comfort and more toys. A dually truck is a reasonable vehicle for towing and with a 4 door cab is quite comfortable driving.
I say, "Don't get a smaller boat, Get a BIGGER truck to tow with".
Russell, North Fort Myers, Florida Reply - Answer
Well Russell, I can see your point, why go small, when you can go longer, especially with a good sized tow vehicle.
If you find out the weight, let us know in the comments section.Lastly
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Thanks again for sharing, IAN from all-about-houseboats
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