http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dgEkcpu_ ... tQ&index=1
i have this one for sale for $550. thats about what i have in it.
i would rather not have a dual watercraft trailer. i dont want to load my boats from end to front. i'd rather load side to side. just my preference. we dont always launch at a 'ramp', and for any other roadside or rural launching, i'd rather load from the side.
also, the dual watercraft type let the boats ride too low. i cant see them when im towing or backing down. i like seeing the boats up high in case something blows out.
also, while sitting on the trailer, they boats are at a great height to rig, play with gear and prep for launch-all at about waist high. a lower trailer would have me bending over to do all that.
we are having a 'commercial' trailer built by our local trailer shop right now. Float-On. the cost for a side-by-side trailer capable of towing over the road is right at $2, 000. most kayakers dont want to burden that sort of cost, so there are not that many trailer companies catering to the needs of these few.