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    shipping to the UK

    hi
    does anyone know how much it would cost to ship a jetski over to the UK
    cheers steve


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    It's about 475 $, if you use ASI Miami, you also have to pay taxes in your country. I often ship from Miami to Antwerp (Belgium). If you want to contact them here's the number 0013055739900, ask for Bulent he's a great guy to deal with.

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    It would also need to be in a crate. Asi has very cheap rates.

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    hi
    cheers for the info will give them a call and work out how much my country want to steal from me
    steve

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    Good luck, if you aslo need a contact to buy from in Florida, let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 04gtxsc View Post
    It would also need to be in a crate. Asi has very cheap rates.
    They don't need a crate, but if you want to be sure it doesn't get damaged during the transport you can ask them to build one but it isn't cheap. You can better take the risk and maybe change a rubrail, that's cheaper ...

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    Take the risk? You spend thousands of dollars to buy a ski and pay 650 to transport it and think just sliding it in a container with who knows what? That sounds like you are asking for something to get damaged. JMHO. You can get a crate from a delaer for 100 probably cheap protection.
    Good luck with the new ski.

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    Cheers chelle
    I might come out for a week next season
    To look for one
    Or if I can't make it I might need someone to take a look at it for me
    And watertest it
    Before I transfer the money and ship it

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    I Would be interested in what the Customs and the VAT man has to say. I have been looking at a ski and thinking about shipping it over. You guys pay about 1/3 less for everything than we do over here and don't get me started on the fuel costs we pay.

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    The customs and VAT probably can be best answered on your side. I would expect it to be a percentage based on the value and maybe even how old it is.

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