We had our 440 hauled from Texas to the Great Lakes 15 years ago.
I had the sunroof lifted off with a large forklift and set on a waiting expanse of shipping foam that was laid out over some 4x4s on the tarmac. Once snuggly wrapped we lifted it to a waiting "sawhorse type" support I had constructed on the sundeck. It rode above the side rails. Then the arch was lifted out of its bracket, wire labeled and cut if necessary, wrapped in shipping foam and laid on top of the sunroof. Obviously the radar, and antennae were removed ahead of time. Very few wires had to be cut.
The flybridge venturi helm wheel, seats, seat rails, wet compass power levers, etc were all removed. The highest point on the trailer was the forward edge of the flybridge at 15'4". I paid extra for a lead pole truck and the additional time to move the boat as the load was above the 13'10" height limit for the interstate. Cost was about the same as removing the entire fly bridge, which I was not about to do (A real nightmare in my estimation). The route took them on some secondary roads and required use of entry /exit ramps to skirt a few underpasses on the divided hiways. No rear escort was required. The RIB sat on a cradle on the semi tractor.
I have photos somewhere on an old computer which I cant access until October. I think I posted someof them years ago here on the forum. Fairly seamless move, although I did most of the disassembly and a good part of the reassembly myself.
If you find one you might want to buy it and store for the winter if it’s on a water route to your destination.