South Carolina Boat Transport
South Carolina Boat Transporters have to follow the South Carolina state DOT regulations at all times. Requirements for over size boats:
- When transporting a boat, boat haulers in South Carolina must abide by the hours of operation are regulated. Generally the hours of operation are one-half hour after sunrise to one-half hour before sunset.
- For yacht transportation any boat over 8’6” wide must have a permit issued by the state and may be ordered online. It’s quick and easy if done in the morning hours. Keep in mind that some cities and metropolitan areas may require additional permits.
- A boat transport company when transporting any boat over 12’ wide will require one escort.Any boat over 14’ wide will require two escorts.A height pole may be required for any load over 13’6”.Any load that can be reduced to legal, 13’6”, must be done so prior to transport.Boat movers also cannot travel on Sunday and restrictions may apply on federal and state holidays.
For more info visit South Carolina DOT at https://www.scdot.org/
Flagship Boat Transport and boat haulers when in South Carolina deliver to many boating destinations, other than to the Atlantic cities, there are other bodies of water to enjoy. See lists below.
Charleston | Myrtle Beach | Hilton Head | Georgetown |Murrells Inlet | Johns Island | Surfside Beach | Wando | Edisto Beach | Mt Pleasant | Rock Hill | Columbia |Santee | Summerville | Jasper County |Beaufort | McClellanville
ICW | Saluda River | Catawba River | Black River | Broad River | Edisto Rivers | Enoree River | Great Pee Dee | Pacolet River | Salkahatchie River | Santee River |Savannah River | Waccamaw River | Little Pee Dee | Lynches River |Stono River | Wando River |Cooper River | Ashley River
Lake Wateree | Lake Marion | Lake Wylie | Lake Jocassee | Lake Hartwell | Lake Moultrie | Lake Murray |Lake Strom Thurmond | Lake Greenwood | Lake Keowee | Saluda Lake
SC Bays and Sounds
Port Royal Sound | Monticello Reservoir | Winyah Bay
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