I trailered my Wave about 365 miles after picking it up a few days ago at www.sunjammers.com
in Panama City.
The trailer I bought from Brad was made by Austin Machine Works. It has a mast carrier which allows me to keep the two mast pieces attached, and the trailer has 12" wheels. I cruised home at 60 mph, but I buzzed it up to 70 mph a couple of times just to see how it handled. No problems at all.
To keep the boat on the trailer, I used two black Hobie tie down straps that are made from the same material as a car seat belt. The main and jib sails come in a bag that I put inside my car. For the very short trip to the lake from where I keep my Wave, I will just bungee the rolled up sails to the tramp since I will not exceed 30 mph.
My rudders were also inside the car for the trip home, but will I leave them attached for the 4 mile trip to the lake since the road is very smooth and the speed is so low.
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