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Boat in Montreal wants to Move to Delaware - Ideas?

I could use some Help with the planning/prepairing for the purchase of a Capri 22 in Montreal.

The price has been agreed on, and it will happen in March sometime, BUT, what does it take to get her over the border?

thanks for all info that helps get the job done...

Rob
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If you're referring to the paperwork involved, you might want to go to the source and contact the state of Delaware and ask so that you have your ducks in a row when the time comes.
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