Trailer Boating Through the Southeast

Trailer Boating Through the Southeast
Cruising in a trailerable boat allows you to cover a lot of miles and see a number of sights in a short amount of time.
Trailer Boating Through the Southeast
Smaller boats are easy to tow, can be launched from any backwoods ramp and can sneak into interesting waters that a big boat never could.
Trailer Boating Through the Southeast
Yamaha's AR190 provides the perfect platform for this type of cruising thanks to its light weight and shallow-water abilities.
Trailer Boating Through the Southeast
River cruising is a great way to soak up the natural surroundings.
Trailer Boating Through the Southeast
Locally-owned restaurants and motels not only offer great places to eat and sleep, but they also provide an opportunity to be immersed in the culture of new communities.
Trailer Boating Through the Southeast
River cruising is all about discovering new, and usually unique, boating locales.
Trailer Boating Through the Southeast
Lining up a motel before sundown is an important step for keeping the trip on track.
Trailer Boating Through the Southeast
Having one adventurer travel by car and the other by boat provides an opportunity to check out local cuisine when swapping places.
Trailer Boating Through the Southeast
We chose rivers because they start and end, and you're always going somewhere.
Trailer Boating Through the Southeast
Planning fuel stops is critical to having a good trip.
Trailer Boating Through the Southeast
The other beauty of river cruising is that they rarely travel alone, and in a short amount of time you're able to traverse multiple waterways.
Trailer Boating Through the Southeast
A trailer-boating adventure provides a unique boating experience. One that every boater should experience at some point.