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Anyone familiar with trucking companies that would haul a 30' Wharram Cat from Mexico?

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Really better off starting your own thread rather than hijacking this one. The issue with a catamaran is the beam. You might be able to get away with it by tilting the boat on the truck bed, which is how the 14' wide Gemini catamarans are shipped via truck

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It's an interesting thread, but I don't think that you really need to worry about it. I'm reasonably certain that I've seen the boat if it is the one listed on Latitude 38 and, in my novice opinion, it was not as nice as suggested by the advertisement. That said, condition is very subjective, and I do not accuse the seller of misrepresentation, and you might love it.

I would send photos or a description, but I didn't bother to save the photos or to remember anything about the condition in detail.
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We just shipped a 49 from LA to Cleveland cost $9983.00. The trucking company was out of FL and they did a great job. Their name is Joule Yacht Transport.
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Check out uShip - The Online Shipping Marketplace - Ship Freight, Furniture, Cars or Moves ,great site that allows you to post an ad and hauler's to post bids. I had a boat moved via contractor on this site.

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Check out uShip - The Online Shipping Marketplace - Ship Freight, Furniture, Cars or Moves ,great site that allows you to post an ad and hauler's to post bids. I had a boat moved via contractor on this site.

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Just be aware that uship is just a freight broker, and the company they connect you with is not affiliated with them except as a client.

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