George Poveromo Talks About Float-On Trailers

       My Makos would not be complete without a FLOAT-ON trailer.  My relationship with FLOAT-ON spans over two decades. I’ve always demanded the strongest, safest and most dependable boat trailer on the market – and they’ve always delivered.  Keep in mind that my boats aren’t just trailered to and from the local boat ramp, but quite often great distances for my show.  My 284, for example, has been trailered from South Florida to as far north as Connecticut - and back, as well as to New Jersey and Virginia Beach. And it has been nearly all over Florida.  The last thing we need is to get sidelined with a trailer problem.

       FLOAT-ON is the innovator of the aluminum I-Beam trailer, and pioneer of torsion axle suspension. Their trailers also incorporate hydraulic surge disc brakes with booted bronze pistons and stainless steel rotors, PVC coated heavy-aluminum guide rails for centering the boat on the trailer, a patented all aluminum adjustable bunk which pivots to snug the bottom of the hull as the boat is retrieved, and a stainless steel Posi-Latch option for instant automatic locking onto the trailer, which eliminates a winch. 

My FLOAT-ON trailer provides great piece of mind when I’m trailering my boat, especially with a full crew or family in the vehicle.  They are simply the best and safest boat trailers on the market.