Delaware Boat Transport

As in all states a Delaware Boat Transport Company needs to follow the DOT regulations when relocating boats in or through the state. Transporters must have minimum 750,000 dollar liability coverage. All our boat transporters are licensed to operate and carry cargo insurance. Contact our Delaware Boat Transporters for more information. The basic regulations governing oversize loads in Delaware are as follows:

Boat Haulers in Delaware may operate the hours from sunrise to sunset, Monday through Friday. Some curfews apply in metropolitan cities.Permits are required when the boat exceeds over 8.6 feet wide and 13.6 feet tall loaded for all boat haulers.For Yacht Transportation Escorts are required when the boat is over 12 feet wide. Pole car is required when boats are over 14 feet tall loaded in Delaware.

For more info visit Delaware DOT website: http://www.deldot.gov/

 

This info applies to all Boat Transport, Powerboat Transport, Sailboat Transport,
Yacht Transport
, and Small Boat Transport.


**This information is being provided as a helpful guide to assist you in the transport of your vessel. Some of the information may have changed or been updated, so check local and state regulations to ensure accuracy. For your convenience we have listed a website for additional information.

 

 

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Boat Transport Pros services the following areas and waterways:

Coastal and Major Cities

Lewes | Rehoboth Beach | Dewey Beach | Bethany Beach | Fenwick Island | Milton | New Castle | Bowers | Bellefonte | Fredericka | Milford | Delmar | Georgetown | Dover |

Bodies of Water

Atlantic Ocean | Delaware Bay | Chesapeake Bay | Delaware Canal | Silver Lake | Delaware River | Indian River Bay | Christina River | Rehoboth Bay | Brandywine Creek | Indian River | Nanticoke River | Newark Reservoir | Lewes – Rehoboth Canal | Red – White Clay Creeks |Hoopes Reservoir | Marshyhope Creek |