Originally Posted by Polwart
Apart from possibly requiring less storage space on your driveway I'm struggling to see any advantage... and can imagine some serious headaches in terms of trailer longevity, servicing bearings etc is going to be tricky with them tucked in under the boat and it can't do them any good being soaked all the time.
Hi guys, this is Sascha from EzyBoat. It's great to see you talk about our boat.
No need to worry about the trailer longevity. It's all hot galvanised or stainless steel throughout, except for the bearings of course. Look after them and they last, or neglect them and they will break quickly. Their exposure to the water is the same as with any boat trailer. They are above the water line when they are retracted into the boat.
Advantages... well, as you never separate boat from trailer you can launch it single-handedly in a matter of minutes, you tow a very small trailer, you can sail and cruise with the same, and on the road you can transport around 200kg of luggage inside it. I'd say that's quite a few advantages.
Let me know if you have any questions. We're at stand A016 if you want to come along and see the boat for yourself.