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Old 04-29-2017, 07:43 PM   #11
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Default Re: Next Westy Map - see all Westies on one US Map

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That's about what I figured. So you can imagine the shock I got when I looked into how much it might cost to ship my Westy to Iceland...

$30,000.

Each way.

That was from the one company that apparently has a route from the USA to Iceland...
So why not ship your Westy to mainland Europe, eg Rotterdam or one of the German ports then drive circa 600 miles to Hirtshals in the North of Denmark and catch the Smyril Line ferry to Iceland for approx 3,200 USD return. The crossing is 48 hours and you get the option of spending a few days on the Faroe Islands on either the way there or back. It is a truly amazing journey and one you will never forget.

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Old 04-29-2017, 10:48 PM   #12
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So why not ship your Westy to mainland Europe, eg Rotterdam or one of the German ports then drive circa 600 miles to Hirtshals in the North of Denmark and catch the Smyril Line ferry to Iceland for approx 3,200 USD return. The crossing is 48 hours and you get the option of spending a few days on the Faroe Islands on either the way there or back. It is a truly amazing journey and one you will never forget.

Keith.
Well, I think because I am not an EU resident, the requirements are a bit stricter. My vehicle has to be at the port like 10 days in advance on both ends, or something like that. Pretty much burns up my whole vacation...
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