The Ultra skiff 360 can also be transported on a Cargo Carrier or a Wheel Chair Carrier that has a ramp attached. The economical Harbor Freight Wheel Chair Carrier with the detachable ramp is the ideal choice that I currently use. The regular cargo carrier from Harbor Freight works well also, but you need to use your own ramp or get someone to help you lift it into the carrier. The ramp is detachable by using the bolts and cotter pins to take it on and off. There are many different brands and types of wheel chair carriers on the market, a simple internet search can reveal ones that fold up on your hitch. I zip tied a couple of external trailer lights to the rear of the carrier. To secure the round watercraft to the carrier I run ratchet straps through the center hole to secure the round boat and attach them to the strap rings that come with the carrier. Running additional straps through the molded tow ring can help in adding additional security.
Method 2: You can also install a custom bracket extending up from the hitch base and use the pedestal mount to run a long carriage bolt through the pedestal base. You can use a wing nut to secure the boat firmly. Here are some pics of the carriage bolt bracket one of our first customers, Curtis Padgett made in August of 2015. He travels all over the country with his Ultraskiff in the back of his RV,