Frequently Asked Boat Hauling Questions
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How does your estimate process work?
We gather as much info about your boat when you call and where it’s currently located and where you want to have it dropped off. You will get an estimated figure.
Are there size limitations?
We gather as much info about your boat when you call and where it’s currently located and where you want to have it dropped off. The size of the boat and distance traveled. Size based on width/beam determines much of the cost but height is also a major factor on larger boats.
How can I pay?
Boro Boat Hauling accepts cash and checks.
How do I figure out my boat's weight?
Weight is important when transporting a boat. Our trailers are capable of hauling up to 15,000 pounds.
How far in advance do I need to book?
More lead time is better, but we can work with just about any timeframe. We can move your boat quickly if time is critical, or we typically try and get a connecting load to help save you transporting costs. Being flexible will help save you money.
How will my boat be insured?
Boro Boat Hauling currently has liability insurance and cargo insurance. If you would like a copy, please contact us and we will send you it.
Do you ship outside of New Jersey?
Can I share with a connecting haul?
We typically try to schedule hauls back to back to help reduce costs to all parties. If you have a long distance haul, please contact us and we will see if there are any upcoming hauls we can connect you with.
Is your trailer air-ride?
Why do you need to know the size of my boat?
Providing the incorrect measurements could result in not having the proper truck/trailer combination when we show up. Resulting in wasted time and additional costs. To avoid any issues, please provide as much info as you can up front.