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Thread: Batimore Highway's Current Position

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aidan1150 View Post


    She must be calling in at Southampton on her way back so TT2.
    Feckin hope so dude!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddy Dakar View Post
    Feckin hope so dude!!



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    These ships work on a round robin delivery schedule. It's due in Southampton on 30th July.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt Bilco View Post
    These ships work on a round robin delivery schedule. It's due in Southampton on 30th July.

    Hey Chris.
    Was wondering ......is my bike "enjoying it"???????????????
    We have faith dude...


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    Docked in Bremmerhaven, on the right side of the Atlantic now lads!

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    I miss me bike


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt Bilco View Post
    These ships work on a round the houses delivery schedule. It's due in Southampton on 30th July.
    Fixed it for ya!

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    What is the journey time for bikes on the Baltimore/Southampton route. I am probably shipping out in April 2011 using HJ travel. What I want to so is to put the bike on the ship and then hike off to Heathrow, get a plane to the Big Apple and then hire a car and spend a few days travelling down the East coast to Baltimore but I don't want to miss the arrival and incur customs storage charges so I'm really trying to establish how long I've got - my guess is about 8 days ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by strimstrum View Post
    What is the journey time for bikes on the Baltimore/Southampton route. I am probably shipping out in April 2011 using HJ travel. What I want to so is to put the bike on the ship and then hike off to Heathrow, get a plane to the Big Apple and then hire a car and spend a few days travelling down the East coast to Baltimore but I don't want to miss the arrival and incur customs storage charges so I'm really trying to establish how long I've got - my guess is about 8 days ???
    In reality, you need a minimum of 14 days each way. On the return trip, US customs need the bikes for 7 days before they will even load the bike

    I'll give you a call tomorrow as I can do it a bit cheaper than HC
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    Quote Originally Posted by the lost soul View Post
    I miss me bike

    Me too Martin.
    There are two opinions of the GS. There are those who have ridden one who think its fantastic and there are those who haven't who know its crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aidan1150 View Post
    Me too Martin.
    Me three

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    Quick look-see at the tracking log....
    The old tub is due in Sarfamton tomorrow at 22.00Hrs.
    Dont you guys start gitting all excited now or you gonna mess your britches....yee-haaaaa.

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    oops!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    to late....


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    Quick, will someone put a flag at Southampton, so he doesn't pass again??????


    one of these maybe

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    ....or one of these more like
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    They're home!!


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