[Fwd: Re: Kiteboards checked as baggage]
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Subject: Re: Kiteboards checked as baggage
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2005 02:53:27 -0000
From: Larry_Gorham <larry_gorham@...>
We are going to St Croix. If I have trouble getting the board
checked, I'll leave it and rent one there.
Have fun in the Bahamas.
--- In email@example.com, "Tonya Landry" <Cajungirl@c...>
> There is a bag designed specifically for kiteboarders, called the
> NSI Deceiver Kite and Board Bag; however, it accommodates boards
> to 147cm in length: http://shop.store.yahoo.com/offdal/28-bringing
> decever.html You can find it sold at other websites as well.
> My boyfriend and I are travelling to the Bahamas at the end of
> December and he will be leaving his 157 at home. We will be
> his 140 and my 136. Where are you going exactly? Do you know anyboard
> kiteboarders or schools there? Do you have access to a smaller
> Good luck,
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Larry_Gorham"
> > I'm flying to the Caribbean this winter from the US and wonder
> > anyone has had any recent problems getting their kiteboards[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> checked as
> > baggage. My TT is 157 and in it's bag exceeds their L+W+D < 80
> > criterion. I know there may be an excess baggage charge but the
> > airlines say nothing beyond 80 inches can be checked unless it's
> > a "golf" bag.