to your business particular needs.
We offer boat and yacht shipping services from Dubai to any location worldwide. Our team of experts will ensure your waterborne vessels will be strapped properly and shipped to the destination without any damage.
Boats Shipping Methods
1. Boat Surveying: A survey shall be conducted by our team to obtain the dimensions of your boat. In case the boat docked, the surveyor will arrange for lifting the boat out of the water.
2. Transportation: If the boat is already in cradle, we will then arrange for transportation of the boat to our facility. If the boat is without a cradle, a cradle will be first arranged based on the dimensions of the boat. After the boat has been loaded on the cradle, the boat will be towed to our facility.
3. Loading and Lashing: If the boat does not have a cradle, a pallet base will be created first as per the dimensions of the boat where your boat will be strapped securely using our high tensile lashing belts. The boat will then we wrapped with tarpaulin to prevent in transit damages.
4. Documentation and Clearance: Our team of experts will take care of all the documentation to make your international boat shipping hassle free.
1. Container Shipping: Container shipping is an economical form for shipping boats. Depending on the height of the boat, we suggest container shipping for smaller boats and jet skis. Multiple powerboats or jet skis can be loaded in a container.
2. RORO (Roll on/Roll off) Shipping: If the boat or yacht has a trailer, we can ship by RORO. This method is also economical and safer as the boat will simply be “rolled on” and “rolled off” the vessel.
3. Flat Rack Container Shipping: For large boats or yachts that cannot fit in regular 20 ft/40 ft containers or cannot be shipped by RORO, we advise shipping by flat rack containers. The boat will be lifted and placed on the flat rack container, after which our loading team will strap the boat securely.
1. Commercial Invoice
2. Packing List
3. Marine Export Certificate
4. Pleasure Boat Cancellation Certificate
5. Certificate of Origin
6. Import Bill of Entry (BOE) copy
7. Permit Letter
8. Passport or Emirates ID (if the boat is for personal use)