Indy said it. Lift the bows, kick the Trax under, tie to the shroud anchor plates, lift from the back, and go. Like a big wheel barrow. It takes some practice.
I used to have adventures trying to pull the boat off the trailer onto the Trax. You learn to set the boat down and then move the Trax under the hulls and pull the ropes up and tie. That keeps movement to minimum.
Yes, the cradles solved the problem. If my budget could have stood it, I would have gotten the T-handle that they make for it too.
Indy, that's an interesting idea, sailing the boat up the beach on the Trax!
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