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Boat Shipping to Vietnam

As one of the top fishing destinations in the world, Vietnam is a great place to own a boat. The coastline of the country is studded with seaports big and small, providing many avenues of entry for vessels of all sizes. Purchasing a boat in the United States and having it shipped to Vietnam can seem like a major endeavor, but it doesn't have to be that way. With more than 15 years in the boat shipping industry, Atlantic Pro understands the ins and outs of importing boats to this southeastern Asian country--and we do it for less than the competition.

Vietnam Fishing and Boating

Fishing is more than a leisure activity in Vietnam. Many families subsist off of the fish that they pull out of the sea, and the country's fishing industry is robust. With a coastline of 1,988 miles, however, the country is rife with excellent fishing destinations. There are 114 seaports along it, including 14 relatively large ones that see a lot of activity. The three largest are the Port of Saigon, the Port of Hai Phong and the Port of Da Nang. Some of the best deep sea fishing can be found at Phu Quac Island, where the waters teem with kingfish, snapper, grouper, tuna and many other species.

Shipping Process

Atlantic Pro isn't just a boat shipping company; we are a full-service boat purchasing company too, so we can remotely inspect and purchase boats on your behalf. When shipping a boat to Vietnam, we secure it well to ensure that it arrives in perfect condition. This includes draining it of fuel and other fluids and removing and securing pieces like the bimini top, the battery, the T-top and the windshield. For faster processing, please make sure that all required documents are complete.

Import Laws

Vietnam has very extensive boat import laws, so shipping a boat into this country can be confusing for the uninitiated. That is another reason why it pays to work with Atlantic Pro. Our company will acquire a customs form for you. You must then provide us with the purchase and sale contract, the certificate of origin and the commercial invoice. The standard important rate is 10 percent, but it varies depending on the sum of insurance, cost and freight. VAT and sales tax may apply; sales tax ranges from 10 to 65 percent. Imported boats with a cost, insurance and fuel value of up to 1 million VND are exempt from duty.

Shipping Options for Vietnam

Without question, the best and most affordable way to ship a boat to Vietnam is via ocean container. If your vessel measures no larger than 28' by 8.6', it can fit into the 40' HC containers. This shipping option will save you up to 40 percent. Otherwise, we also offer shipping to Vietnam via trailer roll-on and crane. We also offer flat-rack boat shipping, in which we design a custom frame for the boat to ensure its safe passage to Vietnam.

Why Choose Atlantic Pro for Boat Shipping to Vietnam?

At Atlantic Pro, we know that you have lots of options when it comes to shipping a boat to Vietnam. Since 2011, we have distinguished ourselves in the boat shipping industry in a number of ways. From our location in Florida, we handle all of the logistics for our customers, ensuring the smoothest, easiest process possible. Because we are also a full-service purchasing company, we can inspect boats remotely for you, negotiate prices for you and ship your purchase to just about any port in the world via the most convenient and affordable shipping methods.

Get Started Today

Whether you already own a boat in the U.S. and want to ship it to Vietnam or if you are in the market for a boat from the U.S. and would like to have it shipped there, Atlantic Pro has you covered. We sell a variety of excellent boats on eBay, so be sure to check them out. If you are just looking for boat importing to Vietnam, you will be pleased to know that we strictly rely on the highest quality carriers. For more information or to schedule service, please contact us today.