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transporting a sailboat via container ship

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i send my old boat from germnay to the us on its trailer ( 24 footer ) on top of the containers on a regular container ship... cost was 4500 bucks including insurance for 20 grand ... worked pretty well

thor
Do you remember the compny you used to ship your boat?
I want to ship a 30 footer from US to Europe.
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You'd be much better off starting your own thread about what you need, rather than reviving a thread that is TWO YEARS dead... Thor hasn't been on this forum, or at least posted on this forum, since that post, which was his last. Please read the post I link to in my signature.
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