I am currently assessing moving from a 48ft full keel trawler to one of these vessels. Having done all my research I am off to the other side of the country tomorrow to look at it. Our facilities are somewhat limited in my area so one of the final decisions for me is having the ability to haul out annually. We have no sling lift available, the only thing we have available is a mobile cradle. I have been unable to locate the correct US term for it (we call them slips in Oz) but essentially it is a full cradle on train wheels. It lowers into the water, you drive the boat on and pull the upright timbers up to the sides and lock. Then they winch you out of the water along train tracks. It stays on that cradle the whole time. Photo attached. This is fine with my current boat as the whole keel sits on timbers and the side uprights hold her there. On the Ocean, it appears to have a small keel that runs up to about midships and stops. Then nothing but running gear. I have attached a photo of one that was placed on stands by a sling lift, but I am sure you all know what it looks like. Do any of you Ocean owners have a setup like the described mobile cradle that you use on your vessel? Or does anyone have original documentation from the manufacturer that gives instructions on haul out covering my style of cradle - such as where to place the supports etc? many thanks in advance.