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longboard travel in Bali« on: December 28 2008 15:12:00 »
Thinking of going to Bali next March-April on a longboarding trip. Can any one tell me if there are any hassles taking longboards travel-wise. I would like to take a 9'4 & a 9'6. Will I get on the aircraft allright etc. I am an experienced surfer with the old school surfer spirit.
RE: longboard travel in Bali« Reply #1 on: December 29 2008 05:12:00 »
There is nothing that can't be done in bali... if you can be bothered lugging the things around, you'll find a way. take your own straps to hook em' on the roof.
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RE: longboard travel in Bali« Reply #4 on: February 16 2009 23:02:00 »
From Australia Jetstar air planes are too small. Only Garuda and Virgin can carry longboards, but phone them to check maximum size. Maybe consider renting a longboard in Bali? Saves a lot of hassles. SURFTECH Rentals has a huge range available in Legian, http://www.surftravelonline.com./contact.php - Or you can easily rent battered old boards all along Kuta beach.