Trailers have engineered their aluminum boat trailers to protect your investment on the road and off. Every aluminum boat trailer features heavy aluminum construction, aluminum cross braces, aluminum bunk brackets, galvanized torsion axles and hubs with super-lube removable spindles. Our trailers are strong, rugged, and resilient to environmental effects and rugged lifestyles. We build our trailers to fit major boat brands with additional options, such as disc or drum brakes, front center boards, aluminum wheels and a spare tire kit. We offer additional customized options to fit your specific needs.
Since 1975, Continental Trailers has become a leader in the boat trailer industry. Their trailers are engineered and built to withstand the extreme saltwater environment of the Florida tropics. With two state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities located in Miami and Clearwater, Continental Trailers uses only the best products and materials to assemble you the perfect boat trailer to fit your boating lifestyle. CLICK HERE to download the trailer brochure.
ROAD KING TRAILERS
Road King Trailers offers a wide range of quality trailers for all your boating needs. We offer powerboat, pontoon, skiff, jon boat, sailboat, cat powerboat, watercraft and specialty welded bunk trailers in both aluminum and galvanized finishes. Road King Trailers also offers galvanized or painted utility trailers. Road King Trailers combines over 38 years of expert service and support for the marine industry. Call today and ask about the Road King Trailer that's right for you!
IMPORTANT FACTORS TO CONSIDER BEFORE PURCHASING YOUR BOAT TRAILER
The weight of your boat needs to include engine(s), fuel, gear and any factory added options that the builder did not include in its boat weight. This weight along with your expected trailer usage will determine the capacity of the trailer. Trailers are manufactured to carry a predetermined weight and should not be overloaded.
The Length of the boat from the pulpit (if included) to the engine mount. Remember, if you are towing with a van or camper you don’t want the pulpit over the coupler on the trailer.
Trailer type: Many trailers are designed to allow the owner to drive the boat on and off. However, some ramps are too shallow to allow adequate submersion for the boat to load properly. Other ramps may have a drop-off at the water’s edge and will not allow proper launching. Be sure to determine if your trailer will perform adequately at your local marina. Choose the type (drive-on or roller) which best fits your needs.
Aluminum or Galvanized: Galvanized trailers offer a protective coating that normally prevents rust for several years. Aluminum trailers will experience virtually no corrosion and are somewhat lighter in weight. Both perform well in salt water.
Single or Tandem Axle trailers are available on all models 18’ long and larger. Both models have advantages and disadvantages. Single axle trailers are lighter in weight and easier to maneuver however, their weight capacities are less. Tandem models can carry more weight but are somewhat more difficult to back-up. If you plan to do a lot of long distance driving, consider choosing a tandem trailer for the safety it provides in case of a tire failure.
Brake Laws: The State of Florida requires brakes on all axles of any trailer with a G.V.W.R. of 3000 lbs. or more. This means the combined weight of the boat, trailer and all equipment being towed. Most other states have similar laws. When selecting a trailer for your needs, be sure you comply with these legal statutes. Additionally, today’s lighter weight vehicles may not provide adequate braking by themselves.
*All trailer model numbers ending with “B” are assembled with brakes on all axles. These models are available without brakes; however, the load capacity is greatly reduced to comply with Florida Law.