Boat Trailer Options

Whether you've got a 12’ fishing boat or a whopping 35' cruiser weighing up to 15,000 pounds, from simple to luxury custom, ShoreLand’r has you covered!

All you want to do is get in and get out… and look like a pro doing it. That’s precisely why ShoreLand’r trailers have an innovative support system, engineered to take the hassle out of launching and loading.


Boat Trailer Styles

Roller

ShoreLand’r roller trailers offer the best performance at the ramp. Their easy Roll-on, Roll-off Design offer very stress-free drive-on, drive-off launching and loading. The specially designed rollers work with the patented EquiLoad system providing more degrees of freedom and the ultimate in boat hull support. During loading, they automatically self-adjust for easier centering, even in strong currents and rough winds.

Many people choose this style for use at shallow ramps, so they will not need to back into the water as far.

Model SLXLR30BLW
Bunk

Bunk trailers are economical and designed for float-on and float-off launching and loading. Generally, this is preferred by people who don't mind backing their trailer farther into the water or are loading the boat by themselves. ShoreLand’rs patented Equiload system uses self-adjusting bunks that pivot to evenly distribute the weight.

IB

Designed specifically for inboard boats. The unique pivoting bunks adjust automatically for easier loading and optimum support. The prop guard provides added protection for the inboard’s prop shaft during launching and loading. Come standard with post load guides and custom style fenders.

Finish

Whether you choose our beautiful powder-coat finish, rugged galvanized, or aluminum, you’ll appreciate the extra care we put into making sure your trailer looks good for the long haul.

Corrosive salt-water environments are very hard on a trailer, so most boaters in these areas choose either a galvanized or an aluminum trailer.

Example of Color Finishes

Painted

Our premier powder coat paint is applied electrostatically and baked on for a chip resistant heavy-duty finish. Our Painted steel trailers look great and are Ideal for lakes and inland water that is non-corrosive.

Galvanized

Designed with strength of steel with maximum corrosion resistance. Frames and component parts are galvanized with a hot-dip galvanized finish inside and out for a thick coating that is extremely resistant to saltwater.

Aluminum

Aluminum trailers have an aluminum frame which is lighter, resulting in better gas mileage. Like steel, aluminum will also degrade over time, but it remains more visually appealing because the corrosion appears as white dust, rather than rust. Aluminum has more flex than steel, so ShoreLand'r aluminum trailers feature galvanized steel parts in key areas to maximize the frame strength.

Chassis or Running Gear

Rims

Ask your dealer about the ability to upgrade your rim. You may be able to step up the look of your trailer with Aluminum or Chrome rimes.

Brakes

Trailer brakes enhance your towing experience and safety by making it easier to stop in emergency situations. More than 40 states have laws requiring boat trailers with GVWR of 3,000 lb or more to be equipped with hydraulic surge or electric brakes. Know your state’s brake laws. The small cost of adding trailer brakes can protect a much larger investment in their boat, trailer and tow vehicle.

Disc Brakes standard on all trailers rated 3,000 lb.or higher.

Electric over hydraulic brakes standard on trailers with carrying capacities over 9,500 lb. and over.

Accessories

Different users have different needs and that’s why Shoreland’r offers a complete line of Genuine ShoreLand’r accessories. Everything you need to make your trailer fit your lifestyle.

1
Load Guides

Make it easier to center the boat on the trailer during loading. These are particularly helpful if you do a lot of launching or loading in windy conditions or river currents.

Horizontal bunk & Vertical Post

2
Tongue Jack

Save your back! This handy swivel jack attaches to the tongue, making the trailer easier to hitch and move around.

3
Spare Tire & Spare Tire Bracket

Don’t let a rusty nail or piece of glass ruin your family vacation. Be prepared with a dependable spare that meets the same specs as your original tire. Free-up space in your tow vehicle by carrying your spare on the trailer frame with a spare tire bracket.

Side-Frame Mount & Tongue Mount

Example of Color Finishes
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Swing Tongue

Trying to squeeze your trailer in a small garage and it just won’t fit? This hinged tongue swings out of the way, allowing storage in tight quarters.

Retractable Tie Downs

Be sure your boat is save and protected while you’re hauling it down the road. Retractable tie downs quickly and easily secure your boat to the trailer.

Transom Savers

Gives your outboard motor the extra support it needs. Taking some of the weight and pressure off the boats transom.

Tips from ShoreLand'r
ShoreLand'r Trailering Tips

To get the most out of boating you have to get the most out of your trailer. That's why we've put together this list of tips to make life easier.

Free Boat U.S. Membership
Free BoatU.S. Membership

To protect you in the unlikely event of a breakdown, all ShoreLand’r trailers come with a FREE 90-day BoatU.S. Membership. It features over 26 benefits, including Trailer Assist and Tow and on-the-water towing services.

Limited Warranty
Five year plus limited warranty

For added peace of mind, our 5-year Plus Limited Warranty includes a 1-Year, Tongue-to-Taillight Warranty. Ask your dealer for details.

Brake Laws
Brake Laws

ShoreLand’r is the first major trailer manufacturer to have brakes standard on all trailers with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) at 3000 lb. and above.

Equiload Roller assemblies are a series of arms and swivels that permit each roller to operate independently of one another. The patented Equiload Swivel Rollers are self-adjusting and always stay in contact with the boat hull. The ShoreLand’r Equiload Roller system provides the ultimate in ease of loading and launching and unsurpassed boat support.

Equiload Bunk assemblies incorporate a long teeter-totter style bracket on which the rear of the bunks pivots and are supported at 2 points, thus spreading and equalizing the boat weight and minimizing “hot spots” on the boat hull.