Due to manufacture defects & poor quality control, we no longer rent or sell Sea-Tech Trailers.

Our trailers

All of our boat trailers are made of aluminum and stainless steel hardware to guarantee excellent corrosion resistance. Their lightweight nature allows them to maximize towing capacities ranging between 3,000 to 28,000 lbs. The following boat trailers are available for rent:

Jet Ski / Dingy Aluminum Trailer

For jet ski, dingy or inflatable boats/tenders up to 18 feet and 3,000 lbs
Aluminum I beams, aluminum cross members, stainless steel hardware, submergible led tail lights and Torsion axles, Timken bearings and hubs. Requires a 2” ball.

Daily $99 • Weekly $400

Tandem axle trailers with brakes

For boats 18 to 24 feet and up to 5,000 lbs.
Excellent for jet drive and Shaft driven boats.
Aluminum I beams, aluminum cross members, stainless steel hardware, submergible led tail lights, Torsion axles and stainless Kodiak brakes on all axles/wheels. Heavy duty Timken bearings and hubs. Requires a 2” 5/16 ball.

Daily $129 • Weekly $550

HD Tandem axle Trailers with brakes

For boats 25 to 36 feet and up to 10,500 -12,500 lbs depending on model selected.

Aluminum 8’ I beams, aluminum cross members, stainless steel hardware, submergible led tail lights, Torsion axles and stainless Kodiak brakes on all axles/wheels, 16” wheels and heavy duty 8 lug hubs, heavy duty Timken bearings. Requires a 2” 5/16 ball.

Daily $159 • Weekly $650

Triple Axle trailers with brakes

For boats and SHAFT DRIVEN boats 31 to 44 feet and up to 19,000 lbs.
Aluminum 8’ I beams, aluminum cross members, stainless steel hardware, submergible led tail lights, Torsion axles and stainless Kodiak electric brakes on all axles/wheels, 16″ tires and 8 lug hubs. Heavy duty Timken bearings. Requires a 2” 5/16 ball.

DAILY $189 • Weekly $750

HD Triple Axle trailers with brakes

For boats and SHAFT DRIVEN boats 31 to 37 feet and up to 22,000 lbs.
Aluminum 8’ I beams, aluminum cross members, stainless steel hardware, submergible led tail lights, Torsion axles and stainless Kodiak electric brakes on all axles/wheels, 16″ tires and 8 lug hubs. Heavy duty Timken bearings. Requires a 2” 5/16 ball.

DAILY $200 • Weekly $800

Quad axle aka “Quadzilla”

For boats 37 to 44 foot up to 28,000 lbs and shaft driven yachts.
Aluminum 10’ I beams, aluminum cross members, stainless steel hardware, submersible led tail lights, Torsion axles and stainless Kodiak electric brakes on all axles/wheels. Timken bearings and hubs. Requires a 2” 5/16 ball.

CDL DRIVERS ONLY

Daily $250 • Weekly $1,000

BOAT TOWING TIPS

Of all U.S. states, Florida has the most recreational boats per capita. Regulations exist in towing the boat. State of Florida towing laws are designed to keep everybody safe. If you don’t comply with these laws, you risk being fined.

*Length, Width and Height: Florida law states that the towing trailer cannot be longer than 4o feet in length. Width of the trailer cannot exceed 8 feet, 6 inches. The height cannot be higher than 13.5 feet. Overall length of the vehicle and trailer combined should not exceed 65 feet. To get an over-dimension permit, visit the Florida State Department of Transportation website. You may apply for a blanket permit or a trip permit. You can self-issue a trip permit for loads up to 16 feet wide, 18 feet high, 150 feet long and 200,000 lbs. without needing to deal with the Permit Office.

* Speed Limit: When towing a trailer, the total speed is limited to 65 miles per hour in the state of Florida.

  1. Before trailering, perform a full pre-tow safety inspection of your rig.
  2. Tongue weight should be about 10- to 15-percent of your load. If it’s not, the trailer might sway. Swaying is extremely dangerous—if you detect sway in your rig, slow down immediately, pull over, and adjust your load.
  3. Make sure your truck’s trailer/load is level and even.
  4. Make wide turns to avoid clipping a curb or other obstructions.
  5. Leave extra following room between your vehicle and those in front of you. When towing a heavy load, braking distance may be significantly increased.
  6. When wind-blast shoves your rig sideways, you can minimize the effect by taking your foot off the accelerator. Do not step on the brakes.
  7. Use your side-view mirrors. Your rear-view is useless because all you’ll see in it is the broad bow of your boat.
  8. As soon as you arrive at the boat ramp, walk back to the trailer tires and inspect.

We proudly use and endorse the following companies:

North Beach Marina

724 NE 79th St, Miami, FL 33138
Phone: (305) 758-8888
http://northbeachmarina.com

Happy trailer storage

215 NW 79th St, Miami, FL 33150
Phone: (786) 728-9988
https://happytrailerstorage.com

River Front Marina

420 SW 3rd Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
Phone: (954) 527-1829
https://riverfrontmarina.com

Real X Trailers

7431 NW 54th St, Miami, FL 33166
Phone: (305) 392-9494
https://realxtrailers.com

Redline Express transport

Coastal Marine & Trailer inc

1246 Hammondville Rd, Pompano Beach, FL 33069
Phone: (954) 543-0586
https://coastalmarineandtrailer.com

Marine Express

887 E Okeechobee Rd, Hialeah, FL 33010
Phone: (305) 884-9959
https://marineexpress.com

All Marine Trailers

1071 E 28th St, Hialeah, FL 33013
Phone: (786) 470-0359

Meridian Marina

1400 SW Chapman Way, Palm City, FL 34990
Phone: (772) 221-8198
https://meridianmarina.com/