Trailer Envy

If you own an older boat, finding the right trailer can be a chore, especially if the boat is no longer in production. Luckily, there’s a solution. Meet Brian Bishop, owner of a boutique sailboat trailer company called Sailboat Transporter. After spending some frustrating time seeking a reliable, reasonably priced trailer for his Islander 36, Bishop realized that a market niche existed, which he
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If you own an older boat, finding the right trailer can be a chore, especially if the boat is no longer in production. Luckily, there’s a solution. Meet Brian Bishop, owner of a boutique sailboat trailer company called Sailboat Transporter. After spending some frustrating time seeking a reliable, reasonably priced trailer for his Islander 36, Bishop realized that a market niche existed, which he has capitalized on with his products. Sailboat Transporter trailers feature heavy-duty tube-frame construction, fully adjustable telescoping jackstands that pivot on turnbuckles (allowing you to upgrade boats, without upgrading your trailer), rubber torsion axles, Easy Lube grease hubs, and a spare tire. Best yet, Sailboat Transporter trailers are built for sailors, by sailors.

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Posted: May 22, 2008
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