Boating Industry

February 2014

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LIST Transportation Transportation GUIDE When boats and yachts are purchased far from their home destination, delivery can become a great challenge. Luckily, there are a variety of transportation service providers that can move boats from their original destination to the buyer's home, dealership, or marina by land or sea. Below is a list of transportation providers and information about their services. Trans Global Logistic Services Phone / Website / Email d nd a de La Se by un by fo ry ry r ve ive a l li Description of Services Ye De De Finance Source Address BOAT SHIPPING INTERNATIONAL INC. 1459 Ft. Lamar Rd. Charleston, SC 29412 843-709-5240 Minna Hoikkala 1990 Yes Yes Boat Shipping International is a dealer/customer's one-stop company for boat and yacht transport. Boat Shipping can handle every aspect from purchase to delivery. Call or email, and everything will be coordinated until boat is received at destination. DEPENDABLE AUTO SHIPPERS 3020 E U.S. Hwy 80 Mesquite, TX 75149 800-576-9095 N/A 1954 Yes Yes With 60 years of experience, Dependable Auto Shippers transports more than 100,000 vehicles each year for customers around the world, including cars, motorcycles, vans, boats and specialty vehicles. FINESSE MARINE GROUP 11911 U.S. Highway 1, Ste. 201-08 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 561-771-0110 Talia Enzo Yes Yes Finesse Marine Group is a full-service nationwide and overseas boat and yacht transport company. It currently has more than 160 carriers that operate throughout the United States and work directly with ships servicing ports all throughout the world. Primary contact JOULE YACHT TRANSPORT, INC. 12290 Automobile Blvd. P Box 18079 .O. Clearwater, FL 33762 800-237-0727 Dave Thompson 1954 Yes No Joule Yacht Transport celebrates its 60th year of yacht transporting in 2014. One of the largest boat transporting companies in the U.S., Joule Yacht Transport is a second-generation, family-owned, fully licensed, insured, bonded carrier serving manufacturers, dealers, military and individuals in 48 states and Canada. MARTITIME BOAT TRANSPORT 7 Maplewood St. Mattapoisett, MA 02739 508-758-9409 Rob Lee 1988 Yes Yes Nationwide and worldwide boat transportation. Fully insured and licensed. Maritime Boat Transport offers experienced drivers. Modern equipment and reliable service. Small or large motorboats and sailboats transported. Maritime offers cradles and shrinkwrapping for overseas shipments. Marina and transport equipment also sold. OCEAN TRADE LINES 500 East Broward Blvd., Ste. 1710 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33394 954-587-8445 Kosta Constant 2004 Yes Yes Ocean Trade Lines provides top-notch yacht and boat shipping worldwide. An unlimited array of boat transport methods are offered to accommodate any vessel's size, shape, weight and transport requirements. TRANS GLOBAL LOGISTIC SERVICES 13330 W Colonial Dr, Ste. 140 Winter Garden, FL 34787 972-602-1670 Aldo Flores 2001 Yes Yes Trans Global is a leading boat shipping company that provides complete worldwide boat transport services for many of the U.S. manufacturers and private boat owners alike. WESHIPBOATS 7225 NW 25th St., Ste. 210 Miami, FL 33122 305-715-7057 Yes Yes WeShipBoats handles all facets of boat transportation internationally, on all traditional and special equipment including open top containers, flat racks, and enclosed containers. WeShipBoats can load a boat from the water or from a pier to the ship, and offers Roll on and Roll off services to most international destinations. YACHT EXPORTS INC. 2412 North State Road 7 Lauderdale Lakes, FL 33313 954-332-7846 Yes Yes Yacht Exports specializes in domestic and international boat shipping and logistics management services. Our vast global network combined with our cutting edge shipping technology and equipment, has catapulted us to the forefront of our industry. Vadim Yegudkin 1994 information@yachtexports. com 46 | Boating Industry | February 2014 P46-BI14FEB-Transportation.indd 46 1/8/14 1:01 PM

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