Travel lifts and wood boats
I have been present when several wood boats were damaged by travel lifts. Usually caused by not using enough straps or dry rot along the chins and gunnels. If you want a shock sight your gunnel as the lift picks up your hull. I have seen fiberglass boats compress more than 2" at each strap. Stress cracks aren't that uncommon caused by straps on narrow lifts. Once the boat is on the hard it is very important to have enough stanchions to keep the hull from deforming. On hard chine wood boats, sight the chines and keel and adjust the stanchions to fair the hull before doing any structural work. I think a well set up trailer would be far easier on a hull , much the same as a marine ways. One of the local yards that specializes in wood boats use's an elevator in a covered boat house.