We (Malou and Chris) from Wereldreizigers.nl, shipped our 2022×4 vehicle to Baltimore in the early 4 United States to go overlanding in, among others, the US and Canada† We also considered moving the camper to Australië of South Africa to ship, but the corona restrictions in those areas made it very difficult in 2022. We still have the offers!
So what does it actually cost, shipping a car or camper to the US? And what does it cost to those other countries or continents† And how do you arrange something like that? Because putting your vehicle on the boat is easier said than done. Such a trip requires quite a bit of preparation in terms of preparation.
Also, shipping our 4×4 motorhome not really standard because it does not fit in a sea container due to the height of three meters. But what is possible? So a lot of research…
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In this series of articles I therefore take you through the orienting and preparatory process of our overland journey to the American continent. I'm trying to find out if our 4×4 camper might still fit in a sea container, and if not what options are left.
Over the past few weeks, I've been doing research and asked for countless quotes. I have listed the various options and results in this article, including the average cost. And because we were initially looking for options to ship for a trip to different parts of the world, I've included those options in this article, not just the US.
This is how you can do it with a 4×4 overlander, camper or #vanlife camperbus immediately see what your options are and what it might cost you. Anywhere in the world!
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Table of contents
The ultimate tour of North America
This article is part of a large one-year tour the United States en Canada in 2022, with a Dutch 4×4 camper that we shipped ourselves… It is a bucket list worthy and a once in a lifetime experience that will never be forgotten.
We wrote almost 100 articles about this ultimate tour. Below is a handy overview in 5 expandable categories.
2. Highlights & Itineraries
3. Cities & places of interest (AZ)
- Tour America | Amelia City
- Tour America | Amelia Island
- Tour America | Annapolis
- Tour America | Ice Lake Trail
- Tour America | Kennedy Space Centre
- Tour America | KeyWest
- Tour America | Miami
- Tour America | New York City
- Tour America | Ouray
- Tour America | Salt Lake City
- Tour America | Savannah
- Tour America | Seattle
- Tour America | Silverton
- Tour America | St Augustine
- Tour America | Starbase SpaceX complex in Texas
- Tour America | Washington DC
- Tour America | Wynwood
4. National Parks & Monuments (AZ)
- Tour America | All National Parks (list)
- Tour America | Black Canyon of the Gunnison
- Tour America | Death Valley
- Tour America | Dinosaur
- Tour America | Everglades
- Tour America | Glacier
- Tour America | Grand Canyon (helicopter tour)
- Tour America | Grand Teton
- Tour America | Great Sand Dunes
- Tour America | Mesa Verde
- Tour America | Rock Mountain
- Tour America | Yellowstone
- Tour America | Yosemite
5. Plan your vacation to America here
- Itineraries compare | TUI, Americaplus, sawadee en Djoser.
- Motorhome rental companies compare | WorldWideCampers.com
- Fly & drives compare | Americaplus.
- Cruises and city trips compare | Travel deal.
- Flight tickets compare | Skyscanner, TUI, KLM. as KAYAK.
- Rental cars compare | Sunnycars, Alamo en rental cars.
- Tours and Activities compare | GetYourGuide.
- Campsites reservation| RECREATION.gov
- Hotels & Resorts reservation | Booking.com.
- SIM cards order | USAsim en International sim.
- Parking at airport | Parkos, Central parking of park care.
- travel items (suitcases, world plugs, etc.) | Bol.com.
Shipping RV / Van / Overlander
To be able to travel in your own vehicle on another continent, it will in most cases have to be shipped first. There are various options for this and below I have made an overview of all options. In short, you can ship your vehicle by boat, or by transport in a cargo plane.
You can read the details per type of transport below.
Transport by plane
Yes, it is also possible to transport your 4×4, camper, overlander, van or truck to another continent by plane. Even a huge expedition truck fits in a freight vehicle. However, the costs of this are so high that I don't think it's worth investigating really. It's not the target audience for Wereldreizigers.nl =) Correct me if I'm wrong!
Transport by sea container
If your RV or overlander vehicle fits in a shipping container, this is a good and popular option. Your vehicle is safely locked and locked in a steel box and you have full control over the loading and unloading of the vehicle if desired. Loading and unloading is possible at many logistics companies in the Netherlands, you can be there yourself if desired.
Many 4×4 roof tent overlanders fit in a 20ft (20 foot) shipping container. The larger/longer vehicles usually fit in a 40ft (40ft) shipping container.
There is also a possibility to be transported in a sea container for (motorhome) vans that are slightly higher. This is possible in a 'high-cube' sea container, which is 30 centimeters higher than a regular sea container.
To find out what fits and what does not fit in a sea container, we first take a good look at the dimensions of the sea containers.
20ft sea container
A 20ft sea container is six meters long. Many 4×4 overland vehicles (excluding trucks) are less than six meters long and therefore fit perfectly in a 20ft sea container. Do you have protruding parts, raised your 4×4 vehicle and/or a large roof tent? Then it is good to know exactly what the dimensions of your vehicle are before you even consider shipping it. You must of course be sure in advance that your vehicle will fit in the sea container.
Dimensions 20ft sea container:
- Exterior: L 6,06 x B 2,44 x H 2,59 meter.
- Inside: L 5,89 X B 2,35 X H 2,39 meter.
Suitable for: Many 4×4 vehicles, overlanders and small camper vans. Think of Toyota Land Cruisers, Land Rover Defender, various Jeeps, Volkswagen T1 / T2 / T3 / T4 / T5 vans, Mercedes Vito and many other brands and types, as long as the height remains below 2,39 meters and the vehicle is no longer than 6 meters.
There is hardly any normal vehicle in the Netherlands wider than 2,35 meters, except for buses and large motorhomes. However, they do not fit in a sea container anyway, so more on that later.
40ft sea container
The 40ft container is no less than 12 meters deep and can ship two vehicles of a maximum of 6 meters, or one vehicle longer than 6 meters, possibly supplemented with extra material (such as a roof rack or trailer) and/or other items.
Dimensions 40ft sea container:
- Exterior: L 12,2 x B 2,44 x H 2,59 meter.
- Inside: L 12,02 X B 2,35 X H 2,39 meter.
Suitable for: Many 4×4 vehicles, overlanders and small camper vans. Think of Toyota Land Cruisers, Land Rover Defender, various Jeeps, Volkswagen T1 / T2 / T3 / T4 / T5 vans, Mercedes Vito and many other brands and types, as long as the height remains below 2,39 meters and that be taller than 6 meters.
40ft High-Cube Shipping Container
The 40ft High-Cube sea container is comparable to the regular 40ft container, but the High-Cube variant is 30 centimeters higher.
Dimensions 40ft High-Cube shipping container:
- Exterior: L 12,2 x B 2,44 x H 2,89 meter.
- Inside: L 12,02 X B 2,35 X H 2,69 meter.
Suitable for: the higher dimensions of the 40ft High-Cube sea container make the container not only suitable for 4×4 overland vehicles and small (homemade) camper vans, but also for many factory campers in the middle segment that are often just a bit higher than 2 meters 40 and are longer than six meters. There are also factory campers in the more luxurious segment that fit in these sea containers. However, the maximum width of 2,35 meters must also be taken into account, which can also be a challenge in this case.
✔️ Advantages shipping sea container
- Safe, your vehicle is in a sealed steel box.
- Loading at a logistics company in the Netherlands, possibly even close to home.
- You can take other items with you in the sea container.
- Provided you can share the container costs with someone, it can be the cheapest option.
❌ Disadvantages shipping sea container
- Cumbersome loading and unloading. Also in the country of destination you first have to go to a logistics partner for unloading. The container may not be opened in the port.
- Generally more paperwork and customs issues.
- When only one vehicle per container, it is the most expensive option.
Tips for loading / unloading sea containers
Important tip from a reader with experience: The door frame height of containers is about 11 centimeters lower than the height on the inside.
So even if the inside is, for example, 2,39 meters, you will not be able to get a car of 2 meters 30 'without fuss'. Also because the threshold ensures that you usually drive in at an angle.
What you could do, for example, is to completely deflate the tires and re-inflate them once inside. Or that you take the wheels off and roll in on the brake discs. It also helps to have a long ramp so that the angle you enter is minimized.
What does transport by sea container cost?
To give you an idea of the costs for shipping your vehicle by sea container, I have made a simple overview below with the average prices that you can expect per continent. The prices below are all calculated assuming that the sea container is loaded on a container ship in Rotterdam or Antwerp.
Side note 1: Below you see average prices for a one way† However, there is a fierce price war going on for sea containers in 2021 and 2022, which makes it difficult to say accurately what exactly it will cost. I therefore leave the price war out of consideration because this is (hopefully) temporary. I'll just go with the quotes I've received before.
Side note 2: There is also a considerable price difference in shipping to the east coast or west coast of America. I therefore assume the average price of the most common route (east coast). This is based on the average prices I received through the quotes I requested.
Side note 3: What is also not included in the prices below is that you can in principle share containers with other travelers. If you send a 40ft container, you can possibly store several cars in it, which could potentially significantly reduce the costs per vehicle.
How much does shipping to Canada cost?
- 20ft sea container † Rotterdam / Antwerp – Canada: +- 1200 euros
- 40ft sea container † Rotterdam / Antwerp – Canada: +- 1700 euros
- 40ft HC sea container † Rotterdam / Antwerp – Canada: +- 1900 euros
How much does shipping to the United States cost?
- 20ft sea container | Rotterdam / Antwerp – United States: +- 1400 euros
- 40ft sea container † Rotterdam / Antwerp – United States: +- 2100 euros
- 40ft HC sea container † Rotterdam / Antwerp – United States: +- 2300 euros
How much does shipping to South Africa cost?
- 20ft sea container † Rotterdam / Antwerp – South Africa: +- 2000 euros
- 40ft sea container † Rotterdam / Antwerp – South Africa: +- 2400 euros
- 40ft HC sea container † Rotterdam / Antwerp – South Africa: +- 2600 euros
How much does shipping to Central America cost?
- 20ft sea container † Rotterdam / Antwerp – Central America: +- 1800 euros
- 40ft sea container † Rotterdam / Antwerp – Central America: +- 2200 euros
- 40ft HC sea container † Rotterdam / Antwerp – Central America: +- 2400 euros
How much does shipping to South America cost?
- 20ft sea container † Rotterdam / Antwerp – South America: +- 2400 euros
- 40ft sea container † Rotterdam / Antwerp – South America: +- 2900 euros
- 40ft HC sea container † Rotterdam / Antwerp – South America: +- 3100 euros
How much does shipping to Australia & New Zealand cost?
- 20ft sea container | Rotterdam / Antwerp – Australia and NZ: +- 3800 euros
- 40ft sea container † Rotterdam / Antwerp – Australia and NZ: +-4500 euros
- 40ft HC sea container † Rotterdam / Antwerp – Australia and NZ: +- 4800 euros
Now that you know approximately what transport by sea container should cost, anywhere in the world, let's look at the other option: RoRo.
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Transport by RoRo ship
Does your 4×4 / overlander / camper / van / truck not fit in a sea container of any size? Or do you just want the simplest solution? Then you can still choose Roll on Roll off, in other words RoRo† RoRo ships are in fact oversized ferries that can bridge oceans. The inside of a ship like this looks like a huge multi-storey parking garage.
What is RoRo?
RoRo stands for Roll on, Roll of† In essence, this method of shipping simply focuses on vehicles and not on the transport of containers. The vehicles must be able to independently drive / roll off the ship, which is also where the name Roll On, Roll off comes from.
Roll on Roll off Shipping is the simplest and in most cases also the most economical way of shipping single vehicles. Your vehicle will be driven directly onto the ship and secured on one of the various car decks in the ship (which are wind and watertight).
Roll-on-roll-off ships can handle almost all types of vehicles: motorcycles, cars, 4×4s, RVs, trucks, buses and expedition trucks.
RoRo shipping has the advantage that due to a simpler process, no additional transport is required from a warehouse to a port in a container and vice versa. So you have no extra costs for a logistics partner who arranges the loading and unloading of the sea container for you.
Normally, port and customs procedures are also less complex, making RoRo shipping not only more efficient but also cheaper, unless of course you can share a container with several people.
✔️ Advantages shipping via RoRo
- No container, so you no longer need a logistics partner for loading / unloading / moving.
- Fast and efficient loading and unloading, just drive on and off. Vehicle often already available on the same day of unloading.
- Picking up at destination is easy – the cars are parked in the harbor after unloading. You pick up your keys with your paperwork and you can leave.
- In most cases the cheapest option.
❌ Disadvantages shipping via RoRo
- More chance of damage and/or theft – your car is (albeit anchored) loose on a (dry) deck of a ship. In principle, anyone can access it, you don't have a steel box as protection.
- You have to deliver the car yourself in Rotterdam or Antwerp, so possibly not close to home.
What does transport via RoRo cost?
To find out exactly what you will lose for shipping your vehicle, you will: the volume of your vehicle on the centimeter have to calculate. You do this simply by measuring the length, height and width of your vehicle (in meters) and multiplying them together. The result of this sum is the volume of your vehicle.
For example: L 6.0 x B 2.0 x H 3.0 = 36m3
Note: Protruding parts such as mirrors, antennas and winches do not have to be included in the calculation. Roof racks, cases and roof tents must be included in the volume calculation. Because people regularly try to cheat with volumes, many vehicles are checked for dimensions on site. Make sure that you remove as many protruding parts as possible preventively to save volume costs.
Then you multiply the total volume of your vehicle by the freight rate of the destination. To give you an idea, I have listed the average RoRo rates that I could find on the internet and received via quotations below.
- Rotterdam / Antwerp – Canada: +- 50 euros per m3
- Rotterdam / Antwerp – United States of America: +- 50 euros per m3
- Rotterdam / Antwerp – South Africa: +- 75 euros per m3
- Rotterdam / Antwerp – Central America: +- 65 euros per m3
- Rotterdam / Antwerp – South America: +- 80 euros per m3
- Rotterdam / Antwerp – Australia and New Zealand: +- 110 euros per m3
If I use the example above (the 36m3 vehicle), and send it to the United States would ship via RoRo, this would cost me about 36×50 euros (= 1800 euros), excluding any port surcharges / customs fees and vehicle insurance. For the same vehicle to South Africa this would be 36×75 (= 2700 euros).
Note: Keep in mind that there are usually around 400 to 800 euros in port surcharges and customs costs, depending on your destination.
What additional costs can I expect?
With only shipping to another country or continent, you are not there yet in terms of costs. In every country and/or port you come to you will have to pay port fees and customs fees. It is also mandatory to insure your vehicle separately for the trip at sea (marine insurance). The company that will ship your vehicle will offer you this insurance.
Port and Customs Fees
These costs vary widely and mainly depend on the port. In the US and Canada you usually get away with about 400 euros to total port and customs costs. In South Africa and New Zealand you should rather think of about 800 euros.
Maritime Vehicle Insurance
Since you are shipping your vehicle by sea, your regular vehicle insurance will not cover the trip. When you transport a vehicle by sea, you therefore have to deal with a (often mandatory) maritime insurance. This does not cover damage or defects to your vehicle that may occur during the trip, but only the total loss of the vehicle. This means that if the ship were to sink, for example, you are insured against it. All other damages are at your own risk, unless agreed with your current insurer.
A maritime vehicle insurance costs about 300 euros for vehicles up to 50.000 euros. Those who prefer to be insured up to 100.000 euros about 450 euros lost. These costs are also per one way.
Why ship your overlander or camper?
As you have read, shipping your overlander vehicle, camper or camper van to the other side of the world is a costly process. You will probably have doubts whether this is the solution for you. In addition to the costs for shipping, you will also have to deal with customs costs, port fees and maritime insurance.
So the question you will have to ask yourself is this: is shipping your vehicle worth the money?
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If you look at shipping purely cost-wise instead of renting something on the spot, it can be said on average that when you travel longer (more than three months), shipping is cheaper. Every week or month that you stay longer on the other side of the world is then a profit.
In addition, you know your own vehicle like no other. You know what the vehicle can or cannot do and you have probably also furnished it completely to your liking and taste with gadgets and features that you find important. You may also be someone who, like us, works on the internet as true Digital Nomads, whereby Branding is also not unimportant. Your own vehicle with your name and logo on the other side of the world, that is also worth something.
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So you will have to weigh up for yourself which is more important. Comfort, convenience, costs, benefits, disadvantages, and so on. Sometimes renting is simply the better option! Take a critical look at your own situation and make the decision that feels right.
How long can your vehicle stay in America?
As a tourist, you can drive your vehicle tax-free in North America (US, Canada and Mexico) for 12 months without complying with strict US rules and regulations. A Carnet of passage, or technical adjustments are not necessary for this. If you want to stay in these countries for more than 12 months, you will have to pay tax for the vehicle and have the vehicle inspected.
I want to ship my vehicle, where can I go?
Now that you know the approximate cost of shipping your vehicle to all corners of the world, you can start requesting quotes. I approached several companies for this article and requested several quotes. In terms of price, it was reasonably similar, however, with one company everything is included (port fees, customs, insurance) and with another not. Sometimes the price per cubic meter works off a few euros.
It is therefore important to request several quotes yourself and to compare them well with each other. Below are some companies that allow you to transport your vehicle by sea, in no particular order:
- ivssuk.com – Worldwide – go to website
- Belgaco.com – Worldwide – go to website
- Sea-Bridge.de – Worldwide – go to website
- SCL Rotterdam – Worldwide – SCL Rotterdam
- Schumachercargo.com – Worldwide – go to website
- Roroshipping.nl – Africa – go to website
- Portofrotterdam.com – Europe – go to website
- Rorousa.com – Worldwide – go to website
Conclusion – what am I going to do myself
Now that I know the advantages and disadvantages of the different options and what the associated costs are, I choose the RoRo option when shipping our vehicle. With a height of three meters, our 4×4 camper will not fit in a sea container, unless we remove the demounting unit from the car and load it loosely in the container. In addition, there are all kinds of new challenges, because you can't just move the 800 kilo descaling unit. The demounting unit will therefore have to be loaded separately with a forklift, which greatly increases the risk of damage. In addition, it is quite a hassle to put on and take off the demounting unit, it is not a caravan.
However, what are the main two main reasons is the price and the convenience. For a single vehicle of the dimensions we have, RoRo shipping is simply the most economical. We can also simply pick up the vehicle in the port after unloading the ship and drive it off immediately. This is all a lot more complicated with a sea container.
In short, I'm out. And hopefully after reading this article you will also have a better idea of the possibilities, perhaps you have already made a choice!? If you have any questions or comments, feel free to put them in the comments.
Depends on which 12 months you are referring to.
For the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) in America, that's 12 months total including Canada and Mexico. There is an agreement between the countries. It starts on the day your vehicle arrives in the US. As far as the EPA is concerned, it is best to bring the vehicle to North America via Halifax in Canada because (strangely enough) they do not require EPA forms there. You can then enter America by land. Via Canada you bypass the whole EPA thing and that is also the main reason that so many overlanders move to Halifax. Not because it's so nice or beautiful there, but to avoid the whole EPA thing in America.
In terms of tax, it is 12 months per country. From a tax point of view, the countries have nothing to do with each other.
Very clear story, thank you. A question regarding the residence of the vehicle. If I split my trip into Canada and the USA, is that 12 months per country or always 12 months in total? We want to split up our plans and leave the vehicle (a car) there with relatives for a while, and plan the trip in, say, a year and a half.
thanks in advance
Yes, it will indeed have to be certified at 500 euros. If this is the case, you must indicate this and the carrier will engage a party for this. And yes, we were checked for this upon departure in Antwerp.
A fixed LPG tank is built into my camper. Do I understand correctly from the previous (UK) text that it should be removed? Or certified? How is the latter?
Hello, does this info also apply to caravans? Can they also be transported RoRo, for example? (New Zealand)
No, this is not supported! LPG tanks or propane tanks must be removed when shipped. Or… emptied with a certificate (which costs a ridiculous amount of about 500 euros…). Your best option would be to remove the tanks and buy a new one at the Walmart. The only problem will then be connecting it, because that is also different (they use the Imperial system instead of the Metric system). You will need to replace the hose and connector in the US as well, to make it fit the US propane tanks.
As for 110v, DO NOT connect it to your camper without proper conversion! It can destroy your electronics.
I don't know what your electric system can or cannot do, but we used the EcoFlow Powerstation (click for more info) in the US which was plenty to suit all our electrical needs. We did not hook up to 110v once, in a full year of traveling in the US.
And as I am writing this response, I am actually working on a new article about another powerstation that we have received, which does support both 110v and 230v. The article will be published tomorrow so keep an eye on our front page.
Hey Chris! We are considering to ship our camper from the Netherlands to North-America. How does that work with electric compatibility (220 vs 110 V) and gas tanks? Is that compatible with the US standard?
Hello world travelers!
In 2017 we had our camper shipped by Eimskip from Rotterdam to Portland Maine, Halifax and Baltimore were also options.
Contact with Eimskip went very well, they helped with everything.
Downside was that on the way back the camper had been between the fish containers and that was good to smell so make sure that that is not the intention
Perhaps a tip for future American travelers.
It must indeed 'look empty', so everything is stored in cupboards, etc. In terms of steam cleaning: nonsense. You do have to clean it PROPERLY and then cover it with thin plastic. No sand, mud, etc. may be visible, they are strict about this, both inside and outside. Go to the car wash just before you dock it!
And just buy a roll of plastic from the range so you can wrap everything after washing and delivering it.
But certainly with an overlander 'car', it will hardly be feasible to be 'empty', but they absolutely do not want loose containers that want to slide in all directions. The car must be seaworthy.
I myself shipped with SeaBridge, not the best experience by the way, a lot of misery and even stuff stolen… I do hear a lot of good experiences about Belgaco.
I am also planning to leave my car (land cruiser 90) in Mrt. to ship to the USA or Canada.
I am looking into this and have heard from a number of carriers that in the case of RoRo the car must be COMPLETELY EMPTY and that it must be steam-cleaned inside and out. Shipping your car under these conditions is of course not an option! I can't imagine that your car was completely empty during the RoRo transport. I would therefore like to know the name of the carrier that shipped your car.
By the way, thank you so much for all the information you have collected and shared!
Hey Jean Paul.
Cool prospect! Yes, I know where to go. I spent weeks trying to figure it all out in terms of insurance, I wrote a full article on that. See: https://www.wereldreizigers.nl/noord-amerika/verenigde-staten/voertuig-verzekeren-overlanding-amerika-canada/
Hope it helps you and thank you!
hello world travelers
how are things in the usa?
at the beginning of 2023 I want to do the roro crossing with my toyota hilux with roof tent, I already know a lot and all news is therefore welcome!
I'm going to put it on the boat from antwerp to baltimore in mid-march i guess, then i'll have it back at the beginning of april.
I have read at sea bridge that a car insurance is quite expensive ... in my case for six months USD 3500 since I already have an omnium in Belgium, do you know a better alternative?
so hopefully some news from you and have a nice trip !!!
Thanks for figuring this all out and then putting it back online!
After several trips with a camper in North America and Canada, we are considering either buying one locally or here (Belgium). The latter gives us the advantage that we can also use the camper in Europe afterwards and so our children can use it more easily. borrow once. Curious about how it went with the shipping.
That EPA form is mandatory and I think the company you ship the bus with to the US will gradually send it to you. This was also the case with us.
If not, you can also request it yourself. In the US, the point is that your car leaves the country after 1 year. The EPA form is a matter of ticking and signing some things.
Just a question. We are already busy with our trip and are going to ship the bus to America from South America.
Have you heard of an EPA letter of approval?
We don't come here whether we have to or not.
Thank you for your enthusiastic response. That sounds like a great plan, do it! We are now in the USA indeed, in Baltimore where we can finally pick up our camper tomorrow (!) after a three-week delay… We didn't go on the boat and luckily because that crossing had bizarre delays because the ports have major congestion due to the Ukraine/Russia war. Everything that was/is intended for those countries is now piled up in ports all over the world.
Anyway, tomorrow it will be there, all's well that ends well 🙂 Unfortunately, we were thrown off Instagram (long story..) so unfortunately we can't follow you there. But if we can meet somewhere sometime, we think it would be nice!
Have fun in Fuerteventura
Thank you very much for this delightful blog. We were due to ship our box truck (IG @offthemainroad_) to Halifax in June 2023, for a six month road trip in Canada followed by hopefully 6 months in the USA!
You are now safe and sound?! With us, the RoRo is the only possible option. Did you go on board yourself? How was that experience? Not so long ago we took a 32-hour ferry from Spain to the Canary Islands, and we have to admit that we are really dreading it haha! Would be nice to get in touch. Thanks again and wish you a lot of fun traveling! Belgian greetings from Fuerteventura ?
Hey Zoe, thanks for the kind words. And you're welcome of course! It will indeed take a lot of time. With regard to your question: the transport to (eastern) Canada is the shortest possible, because the boat stops there before it goes to America. Depending on the type of ship, this will take approximately 7 to 9 days.
For Australia you should think about 4 to 6 weeks.
So thankful you put this online! Saves a lot of searching!
How long does the transport to eg Canada or Australia take?
You're welcome Wilbert, good luck!
Thank you! I've been looking forward to this for a year to find out .. so great this knows enough immediately 2 quotes requested??