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Old 08-29-2015, 12:24 PM   #1
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Towing a ski boat

We have a Country Coach Concept and are new on the RV scene. We also have a Ski Sanger. We didn't necessarily plan to use the MH to tow the boat but I'm wondering if we should even consider it. I wouldn't want to try launching the boat with the coach. What do others do? Is there some kind of launching service available at most lakes (we are in California) that would launch it for me? In the past we've always towed the boat with our SUV so haven't thought about this scenario before. I'm also wondering if there may be towing issues on the road that I'm unaware of. Appreciate any feedback.

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Old 08-29-2015, 05:04 PM   #2
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We tow a ski boat with no problem and drop it in the water. Shasta lake at Antlers has a drop in service with a tractor that is great. Rv park is also nice

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I tow my Mastercraft with my motorhome and launch it too. Not sure how long your concept is, but the boat is probably 20'. Be careful where you tow so you aren't to long for the overall length for your state.
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Thanks for the comments. My coach is 36' and my boat and trailer are 24' which puts us below the 65' limit for California and the neighboring states. I doubt we will even take it very far.
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