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Boat Shipping Services

RoadRunner is a nationwide boat shipping company with a higher customer satisfaction rate than any other boat shipper!

Boat Transport
Boat Shipping

Your #1 Source For Boat & Yacht Transportation

Direct boat transportation service to and from every state in the US. Flatbed trucks, step deck trailers, low boys and extendable drop trailers are available to accomodate any boat type. Complete the form below to request a quote for your boat shipping.

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Boats That We Ship

Browse below for a complete list of boats that we are capable of shipping. If you have any questions, or if your specific type of boat is not listed below, contact a boat moving specialist at (888) 777-2123.
All-Purpose Fishing Boats

All-Purpose Fishing Boats

Built for versatility, these boats can be used in both salt water and freshwater. They are designed to navigate many different types of waterways so you can pursue many different species of fish.

Aluminum Fishing Boats

Aluminum Fishing Boats

Small lightweight and, durable trailer boats made of aluminum are most often used for freshwater fishing. Generally very simple craft, featuring riveted or welded aluminum hulls and bench seating, they can be operated in fish-friendly places - shallow water, coves, inlets - not many other boats can reach.

Bass Boats

Bass Boats

Bass boats have low, sleek profiles and are built to fish with two or three anglers on board. The minimum length of bass boats starts with 16 feet and can go up to 26 feet.

Bay or Flats Boats

Bay or Flat Boats

These boats are popular in coastal areas where sea trout and redfish live. They can float and run in water less than two feet deep and are ideal for fishing with two to three people on board.

Bowriders

Bowriders

These family boats are the most popular in the runabout/spotboat category and are equipped with extra seats and forward access to the bow, a convenient spot to relax and sun.

Cabin Cruisers

Cabin Cruisers

Recreational by nature, Cabin Cruisers are generally equipped with cooking, sleeping and bathroom facilities and are ideal for those who want to feel the sun above and the ocean below.

Deck Boats

Deck Boats

Deck boats have wide deck to carry 8 to 12 or more passengers (like pontoons) but look and perform more like runabouts. They are powerful, too, making them excellent boats for skiing, tubing and wakeboarding.

High Performance Boats

High Performance Boats

High performance boats are the sleek sports cars of the boating world, offering high speeds and precise handling to boaters who prefer their thrills full throttle. Marrying big horsepower with sleek hulls results in boats that are equally at home slicing through ocean swells or tearing up inland lakes.

Deck Boats

Houseboats

Houseboats are designed to offer lake house living on the water complete with spacious floor plans and modern amenities for entertaining, dining and sleeping.

Motor Yacht/Cruisers

Motor Yacht / Cruisers

Large boats equipped with powerful single or twin engines, these craft are ideal for ocean cruising, navigating large rivers or the Great Lakes, as well as entertaining at the dock, and can stay on the water for days.

Personal Watercrafts

Personal Watercrafts / Jetskis

Lightweight and maneuverable, personal watercraft are the perfect option for boaters looking for an exciting escape and enjoyable time on the water.

Pontoon Boats

Pontoon Boats

Pontoon boats give families with younger boaters a secure place to enjoy the ride or toddle about when at anchor, thanks to wide decks and "lay pen-like" side rails and gates. When equipped with larger engines they can be as quick as runabouts.

Sailboats

Sailboats

Sailboats differ from other types of boats in that they are propelled partly or entirely by wind; they use sails to transform the power of the wind into power that moves the boat through the water. The term sailboat covers a wide variety of sailing craft, each with its own characteristics and styles.