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Miles per season you trailer your boat

Discussion in 'Polls' started by flyingnugget, Apr 23, 2017.

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How many miles do you pull your boat per year?

  1. 0-50 (I live on the lake)

    20.0%
  2. 51-100 (close but not on the water)

    13.8%
  3. 101-200 (back and forth but so worth the fun)

    4.6%
  4. 201-300 ( quality family time..heheh)

    6.2%
  5. 301-1000 (I'll travel with my boat anywhere to get it in the water)

    21.5%
  6. 1000+ (I'm road and boat warrior)

    33.8%
  1. TheGreekTitan

    TheGreekTitan Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    83
    Location:
    Metro Atlanta
    Ratings:
    +87 / 0
    Boat Make:
    Yamaha
    Year:
    2015
    Boat Model:
    SX
    Boat Length:
    21
    I voted 0-50, but I don't live on the lake. I keep it dry stacked. Call them up, and they put her in the water within 30 min. Face the boat bow in, and they put it back in storage. Bow out, and they leave her be. Love it!
     
  2. SierraWhiskey

    SierraWhiskey Member

    Messages:
    44
    Ratings:
    +22 / 0
    Boat Make:
    Yamaha
    Year:
    2016
    Boat Model:
    Limited S
    Boat Length:
    24
    We live in Northern Kentucky and the few lakes around us kind of suck. My boat will never touch the Ohio River, so we trailer quite a ways. We love Lake Cumberland in southern Ky and Norris Lake near Knoxville, TN and don't mind trailering 3-4 hours each way for a great day out. We also only purchased our boat late in the season last year and still trailered up to Traverse City area twice to spend long weekends on Elk & Torch Lake, as well as Grand Traverse Bay. That was roughly 9 hours each way, so I would estimate we did about 4K miles and will easily top that this year with a full boating season.
     
  3. arew~SX230

    arew~SX230 Jet Boat Lover

    Messages:
    208
    Location:
    19311
    Ratings:
    +164 / 6
    Boat Make:
    Yamaha
    Year:
    2007
    Boat Model:
    SX
    Boat Length:
    23
    Same here, but my place is the opposite, bow in they leave you in, bow out they pull you out.

    Do they put you in the racks stern first?
     
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  4. TheGreekTitan

    TheGreekTitan Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    83
    Location:
    Metro Atlanta
    Ratings:
    +87 / 0
    Boat Make:
    Yamaha
    Year:
    2015
    Boat Model:
    SX
    Boat Length:
    21

    They hook up a jet ski to the boat and pull it over to the forklift. The forklift places it on the rack bow in. The door closes behind the stern. Which is nice, because on several occasions I've gotten on the boat without having to have it in the water or on the wash racks.
     
  5. AZDANSX230HO

    AZDANSX230HO Jet Boat Junkie

    Messages:
    953
    Location:
    Prescott Valley, AZ
    Ratings:
    +1,214 / 114
    Boat Make:
    Yamaha
    Year:
    2008
    Boat Model:
    SX
    Boat Length:
    23
    Last year doing 4 trips down to Lake Pleasant was a total of 668 Miles, a trip to Lake Powell was 448 Miles roundtrip, 3 trips to Lake Havasu was a total of 1278 Miles, so I guess we tow quite a bit with 2394 miles towing last year.
     
  6. jcyamaharider

    jcyamaharider Jetboaters Admiral

    Messages:
    3,351
    Location:
    Gerald, Mo
    Ratings:
    +2,454 / 4
    Boat Make:
    Yamaha
    Year:
    2008
    Boat Model:
    AR
    Boat Length:
    23
    Each boat trip this year will be a 320 mile round trip so we will be well over 2000+ miles.
     
  7. haknslash

    haknslash Jetboaters Commander

    Messages:
    1,554
    Location:
    Alabaster, AL
    Ratings:
    +1,291 / 42
    Boat Make:
    Yamaha
    Year:
    2016
    Boat Model:
    AR192
    Boat Length:
    19
    We do roughly 800-1,200 miles a year of towing to local state lakes and one trip each year to the panhandle in Florida (500 miles round trip).
     
  8. McMark

    McMark Jet Boat Junkie

    Messages:
    795
    Location:
    Monongahela, PA
    Ratings:
    +770 / 14
    Boat Make:
    Yamaha
    Year:
    2015
    Boat Model:
    AR
    Boat Length:
    24
    Between 2000 and 4000 per year. If I take the boat to Florida in the fall as well as the spring, it's 4000.
     
  9. biglar155

    biglar155 Jet Boat Junkie

    Messages:
    938
    Location:
    Fredonia, WI
    Ratings:
    +706 / 3
    Boat Make:
    Yamaha
    Year:
    2009
    Boat Model:
    SX
    Boat Length:
    23
    Our launch is 75 miles away. So if I make it out 10 times a summer (a good year for us) we're at 1,500 miles.

    There are closer lakes, but driving around in circles would bore me.
     
  10. WickedPorter

    WickedPorter Jet Boat Addict

    Messages:
    158
    Location:
    Polk City, IA
    Ratings:
    +120 / 0
    Boat Make:
    Yamaha
    Year:
    2013
    Boat Model:
    AR
    Boat Length:
    24
    My trailer gets approximately 2 miles per year ... from the marina across the street to my driveway and back. I worry about it rotting away in the outdoor storage over the summer ... but I do visit it a couple times per summer to 303 the sensitive parts. :) It's amazing how 303 preserves the tire/rubber hose and bunks... not even sun-faded after 4 years!
     

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