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Steph« on: July 17 2014 05:07:00 »
Hey there :)
In November me and my 3 friends are going to Nicaraqua for 2 months, especially for surfing. We are thinking about leaving our boards at home because it will cost a lot to take the boards by plain (or do you know a company that takes boards for free?)
We were wondering if there is a good shop somewhere in Nicaraqua to buy a nice surfboard….
I hope you can help me…
RE: Steph« Reply #1 on: July 30 2014 09:07:00 »
Myself and a buddy are doing the same trip, leaving late October. starting to figure out some things now. My friend knows a guy in San juan who sells boards, will get some more information out of him soon. I'm in the same position, left my board in Scotland. maybe we can meet along the road.
RE: Steph« Reply #2 on: August 01 2014 07:08:00 »
I was there a year and a half ago and I took my boards. It airlines said $200 one way by airplane. I had a large travel bag and they charged me at the first leg good for the whole trip for two hundred total. I had a board and two friends also had a board, we had three total and the ticket person was cool. i dont know if we got lucky or if they let this happen all the time. We split the cost 3 ways. If you rent a board there , which I saw some people doing, they told me it was $15/ day. The boards were ok.