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  1. Pete-b

    bringing a lot of sports equipment in on the ferry

    We would still have the same problem getting in to the country. It would be a cool flight though:cool:
  2. Pete-b

    bringing a lot of sports equipment in on the ferry

    Austria is Nill as its in the EU just load the van customs sometimes just look through the door. We thought we could list the items with serial numbers and pictures of it all and this would be acceptable but they will not have any of it. Pete
  3. Pete-b

    bringing a lot of sports equipment in on the ferry

    Hi Caveatemptor, As far as bring the kit in I have contact all of the above as well as about 5 other departments and orginisations. As it stands at the moment we will need an ATA carnet which will cost about £200 which is no problem :) The problem does come when we have to find £75,ooo to put in...
  4. Pete-b

    bringing a lot of sports equipment in on the ferry

    Hi Annh we already have permission in place. Pete
  5. Pete-b

    bringing a lot of sports equipment in on the ferry

    No probs your loss. :-)
  6. Pete-b

    bringing a lot of sports equipment in on the ferry

    If it works out we will be there from 19-24 May this year. touring around a bit flying over some of the star wars sets so we don't have any definite times for places (yet). My number is zero77zero33eight11977. We will have the tandem with us. :-) Pete
  7. Pete-b

    bringing a lot of sports equipment in on the ferry

    Thanks Essem I will fax them now and post the reply. Pete
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    bringing a lot of sports equipment in on the ferry

    Hi I am arranging a holiday for 12 friends to tunisia and will be driving over from the UK via Genoa in a renault master van and I will have 13 paramotors in the back. A paramotor is a small flying machine (google paramotor) with no registration or serial numbers on. Altogether The...
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