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Old 04-02-2010, 02:05   #1
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Malaysia to Bahamas

I trust a Nor'Sea 27, lying in Malaysia, if i'll buy it must to sail to Bahamas.
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De Norsea 27 is echt een goede boot - geluk - als u hulp in MaleisiŽ, stuur mij een PM nodig hebt, ik woon in de buurt en zijn vrienden in Langkawi.
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Old 09-02-2010, 06:01   #3
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De Norsea 27 is echt een goede boot - geluk - als u hulp in MaleisiŽ, stuur mij een PM nodig hebt, ik woon in de buurt en zijn vrienden in Langkawi.
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Bedankt Ik ben nog steeds omgaan met de boot voor het moment dat de verkoper niet aanvaard mijn aanbod.
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Ship it, don't sail it. It will probably fit into a standard container at a very reasonable price.
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NorSea is a trailerable boa

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Ship it, don't sail it. It will probably fit into a standard container at a very reasonable price.
Unfortunately it won't fit in a container - beam exceeds width of standard containers. (height from bottom of keel >> highest point of coach house, also exceeds)
As the NorSea is a trailerable boat - if it were loaded on its trailer and lashed it could go as deck cargo.
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Many production and specialty boats such as racers are shipped on container ships. The mast is taken down and a special cradle is constructed that has standard container lock down fittings. The the container ship leaves an open area midships on top of the stacks of normal containers. The boats are loaded into this "well" area giving good protection from all directions. You normally have to set up all the different contractors to prep the boat and deliver it to the container ship terminal.
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The beauty with the NorSea is that you don't waste money on a cradle. By using its trailer you kill 2 birds with one stone. Cradle and all sit on the open deck ahead of the bridge. When it gets to its destination it unloaded on to the dock and hitched to a vehicle and towed away. One caveat :- cover the boat otherwise it will arrive black and sooty from the Ships smoke stack.
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The beauty with the NorSea is that you don't waste money on a cradle. By using its trailer you kill 2 birds with one stone. Cradle and all sit on the open deck ahead of the bridge. When it gets to its destination it unloaded on to the dock and hitched to a vehicle and towed away. One caveat :- cover the boat otherwise it will arrive black and sooty from the Ships smoke stack.
Thanks a lot for a suggestions.
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