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Looking for a general answer in round numbers.

On average what is the cost to transfer a boat from one place to another?

For example: A 29' Sloop from Tampa, FL to San Francisco, CA.

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Just shipped one out by truck from Jacksonville FL to LA cost was $9.000 Not including the prep. That was just the truckers fee. For a 40 foot sail boat.

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It is very boat specific... a 29' sailboat could be a trailer sailor that weighs 4000 lbs, or a bluewater cruising boat that weighs over 8000 lbs. Unless you can say what specific boat you're trying to move, it is unlikely that you'll get an accurate estimate.
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