No, no and no, although it does have a backup camera. I use my pickup for the boat as our launch isn't far from home (no need for an RV except for the rare trip across the state to Lake Owyhee, for which I used my pickup). I do pull our race trailer, which weighs about the same when loaded with five bikes, fuel, full sized stocked tool box, gear and spares, etc. Backing it up is easy peasy. Going up steep grades, it's slower going with that load (not as slow as semis, but slower than cars). Being from TX, I can say even in the Hill Country, TX is relatively flat to what we pull here. This trailer weighs around 3,400 empty, if I remember correctly. I don't care too much for the hitch, being used to the Super Hitch on my pickup, but it works fine.
I can't remember the grade, and although you can't see the road in the pic, driving to the top of that ridge to get to the track is a 45mph affair with the race trailer fully loaded, if not flogging it. The suggested speed for some of the curves is only 45, so it does okay. So to answer your question, finally, no, we've never pulled our boat with it as we use our pickup, but it would work just fine and if the launch is wide enough, then launching shouldn't be an issue at all.