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I would say as you are not trying to ship your yacht to a well known "milk run" port you may well have to resort to the Fairline shippers or to another specialist shipper such as: http://www.boats.com/boat-transport/index.jsp http://www.petersandmay.com/co/14350
-These guys are a well known freight Co in the UK with a good reputation. http://www.completefreight.com/?gcli...FR0GZwodtn5Xdw
You could also ask Fairline for a detailed proposal and then contact the Co directly alter your details slightly- say you are a friend of someone who is shipping one and you have one yourself you want to ship. You might be able to get a better deal that way.
Someone from there might also read this and try to gouge you so be alert at all times. If it seems to good to be true then it probably is.
Make sure whoever you use has a verifiable history- ask for and check references from so called satisfied customers. Make sure they have the correct insurance and licences for hauling your boat through wherever they are going to haul it if going by road.
Do you have all your paperwork sorted out for importing it to Egypt? It is often easier to arrive somewhere on a boat than to have the boat arrive onboard another one or a truck.
I hope haven't put you off, I would just like to make sure you are aware that there is a lot more to some of these things than meets the eye.
Good Luck and Happy Cruising.