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Who is the inexpensive Pacific-Caribbean boat (28') transport south of Acapulco?
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It would really help if you said what kind of boat it was, and where you wanted it transported from and to... are you talking hauling it overland or delivering it by water, or on a yacht transport ship???

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Please, truck and trailer, 6000#, 30' IOD. My friends Jose y Jose are no longer working with the trucks. Some of the 'Evil Empire Yacht Extortionists and Bloodsucking Elitists' from San Diego are working a monopoly in Mexico. I have prefer to working with local company. Thank you.
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Again... Where are you talking about??? Mexico is a big country... not as big as the US...but still... south of Acapulco still leaves a lot of country.

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There is trucking company that will haul boat over hill from the Pacific to Caribbean? Who is this trucking company?

I do not feel like paying Chinama Canalians fat dollars. Maybe, I take boat from Tijuana to Matamoras with Mexican Rent-a-rig and @#$@% the barcaderos totally.
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'Faut vraiment dire, Jacques, que les gars ici connaissent assez mal la Mexique, et encore pire les routiers qui la fréquente. Tu aurais peut-être plus de chance avec le site stw.fr , où il y a pas mal de voyageurs, ou aussi au site sailinganarchy.com, où il y a tant d'adhérants que qqn pourrait être en train de sortir avec la fille du chauffeur de camion que tu cherches. Je pense que le tarif risque d'être plus cher que le voyage par le canal. En tout cas, bon vent!
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