Multi roller boat trailer (Hosking Trailers) - roll off/drive on. No pushing, heaving, slipping and cursing.
See I have the complete opposite opinion on this. My brother's Fi Glass Lightening has a multi roller trailer, and we find it a pain in the butt. The person driving the car has to get out and get their feet wet to remove the winch hook while the skipper applies forward power with the boat engine, before reversing off. Over time, the multi rollers have also done damage to his hull due to applying a lot of pressure over very small areas of the hull while on the trailer. Driving bumpy south island roads over long distances are the most likely cause, and I have heard plenty of anecdotal evidence that these multi rollers are no good for the hull structure over time.
We have gumboots to keep our feet dry.
The boat hull is 6mm alloy plate with support framing in a 300mm grid.