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Re: Moving a boat from east coast to west coast via Mexico?

Just ran across info on trucking across Guatemala. It seems that this is done fairly often and there's quite a yachtie crowd in Rio Dulce who have a good handle on things. I'm dealing with some of them getting a boat ready for me to deliver.
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Re: Moving a boat from east coast to west coast via Mexico?

"something like that ice road truckers show. "
SHHHH! I just got off the phone with the folks at the History Channel, we're going to do it as a race with four drivers heading off on different routes, scored for speed, fuel consumption, and delivery condition. As executive producer, I'll be paid enough to finally get the cruising kitty in order. Airdate should be this summer. Thanks!
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Re: Moving a boat from east coast to west coast via Mexico?

Hello everyone I would like to introduce the company that could take care all of your problems moving a boat all over Mexico USA or Canada, we are specialized on land transportation and move power boats up to 60' or sailboats up to 88' (America's cup) please check our web page at transportes takata .com and visit our gallery of pictures
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Re: Moving a boat from east coast to west coast via Mexico?

Armando, you are about 6 months late.
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