For over 35 years Continental Trailers has been a leader and innovator in the boat trailer industry. Since 1975, our trailers have been engineered and built to withstand the severe saltwater environment of Florida and the tropics. Even with years of experience behind us we are continuously creating better designs and product improvements. Quality and dependability are key features of our trailers.
With state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in Miami and Clearwater, Florida, we utilize more than 50,000 s.f. of building space. Our manufacturing equipment is the most current available and operated by trained experienced employees who are dedicated to producing top quality products.
So whether you own a 10’ Sea-Doo Watercraft or a 40’ powerboat, Continental Trailers has a model to fit your needs.
- All boats and launching locations are not the same. Therefore, trailers vary in style and purpose. The characteristics of each require that you consider several important items prior to your trailer purchase. Determine the following before making your selection.
- 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.
- The 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.
ALUMINUM A MODEL STANDARD EQUIPMENT
- Torsion Axles and Stainless Steel Hardware on all Models 8500 lbs. and Larger
- Aluminum I-Beam Frame
- Aluminum Vee Cross Members
- Aluminum Diamond Plate Fenders
- Galvanized Axles, Hubs and Wheels
- Adjustable Cypress Hull Supports
- Adjustable Bow Stop and Winch Stand
- Bearing Protection System
- Heavy Duty Winch
- Tongue Jack
- Waterproof Lights
- Stainless Steel and Galvanized Hardware
- Rear Vertical Loading Guides
- Front Centering Guides on Model A2030B and Larger
- Premium Option Package on Trailers Less Than 8500 Lbs. Net
- Radial Tires
- Torsion Axles on Trailers Less Than 8500 Lbs. Net
- Spare Tire and Wheel
- Stainless Steel Fasteners
- Front Flat Bunk Exchange
- Aluminum Wheels
- LED Lights
PERSONAL WATERCRAFT STANDARD EQUIPMENT
- Galvanized or Aluminum Frame
- Galvanized Axle and Wheels
- Adjustable Hull Supports
- Winch with Strap
- Waterproof Lights
- Bearing Protection
- Tongue Jack on EW13V, AWC11E and all Double Watercraft Models