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Old 14-10-2018, 14:14   #1
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Looking to find transport crew for 51' Seaton Atlantic to Pacific

Hi all, I'm new here and just wondering if anyone here might have any contacts who would consider moving this ship from North Carolina to Seattle... ??? I'm guessing it's too tall to move by land. Open to any ideas.

Seaton 48 Trawler Yacht
Total Boats: 1
Total Weight: 75000 lbs
Boat 1:
Make & Model:Seaton 48 Trawler Yacht
Length:51 ft 0 in.
Width:14 ft 6 in.

Height:18 ft 0 in.
Weight:75000 lbs
On Trailer:No
Additional Information: Pickup can be anywhere on East Coast.
Delivery anywhere in Pacific Northwest coastline Region
Rigging will be dismantled for transport by customer
Relaxed timeframe
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Old 14-10-2018, 21:12   #2
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Re: Looking to find transport crew for 51' Seaton Atlantic to Pacific

Have you got quotes on moving it by ship?
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Re: Looking to find transport crew for 51' Seaton Atlantic to Pacific

Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Bill.
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Re: Looking to find transport crew for 51' Seaton Atlantic to Pacific

Unless you can reduce the 18' height by removing some structure there's no way I know of to move it by land. Specs on the US interstate highway system are 16' clearance min. Some will be higher but many will be right at 16'. Access and local roads can be 13-14'. With your boat on a trailer it will be at least 20'.

Ship transport or on her own bottom is the only option.
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