Shipping Cars To Or From Port Of Nawiliwili, Hawaii
Nawiliwili Harbor is a cruise port, and a commercial cargo ship harbor. It is also home to the Nawiliwili Yacht Club. It is located just outside the town of Lihue in Kauai Island (also Kauai County) Hawaii, US. It is the northernmost port in the Hawaii Islands chain. The harbor lies 97 nautical miles by air from Honolulu City, the Hawaii islands largest and most popular destination. The commodities shipping through the port include cars, equipment, trade goods, and foodstuffs, among others.
Read on to find out more about shipping cars to or from Port of Nawiliwili, Hawaii.
Cost & Time To Ship Your Car Examples
|Shipping To/From||Cost||Distance||Estimated Time In Transit|
|Los Angeles to Port Of Nawiliwili||$1118||2795 miles||6-9 days|
|Port Of Nawiliwili to Albuquerque||$1378||3445 miles||8-12 days|
|Port Of Nawiliwili to Oklahoma City||$1594||3985 miles||9-13 days|
|Port Of Nawiliwili to Memphis||$1793||4483 miles||10-14 days|
|Port Of Nawiliwili to New Orleans||$1796||4490 miles||10-14 days|
|Atlanta to Port Of Nawiliwili||$1925||4813 miles||11-15 days|
|Jacksonville to Port Of Nawiliwili||$2005||5012 miles||11-15 days|
|Cleveland to Port Of Nawiliwili||$2032||5081 miles||12-16 days|
*Prices and times are estimated. They can vary depending on the season and what type of vehicle you are shipping.
Car shipping through the Nawiliwili Harbor
The Hawaii’s Department of Transportation Harbors Division owns and operates all three piers in the port. All the piers ship and receive general cargo, and containerized cargo such as cars. The piers can accommodate ships of up to 390 meters long. The most convenient method of shipping cars to or from Port of Nawiliwili, Hawaii, is container shipping due to the lack of a RORO dock.
Container car shipping
Even with the rise of RORO car shipping, container shipping is still the most popular option of international car shipping. The shipper will pick up the car from its location and transport it to the port of exit. They will then load the car into a container. Containers are large enough to fit cars and personal items making container shipping the best option when moving to or from Nawiliwili, and the entire Kauai Island.
Customers who are only shipping one car need not pay the full cost of shipping a whole container. Under the Less than Container Load (LCL) option, we offer you the chance to share the container with other customers shipping to the same destination. This option is cheaper as we can ship as many as four vehicles in the 20-foot container, and even more in the 40-foot container.
Safety and convenience are the main advantages of container shipping. Since the container is enclosed, the car is less exposed to weather elements. Container ships don’t wait long at the port as they are loaded with all types of containerized cargo.
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What to consider when shipping to Nawiliwili Harbor
The port is a designated port of entry. Foreigners shipping cars to the harbor have to consider the Customs and Border Protection vehicle importation regulations on vehicle importation. Americans shipping cars from the other 49 states of the US need not worry about these regulations. However, do not forget to carry your driver’s license if you plan to drive around the Kauai Island.
Car transportation services we offer at Nawiliwili Harbor
A-1 Auto Transport is an American transport company that ships cars to and from Port of Nawiliwili. The services we offer include;
- Shipping cars from the contiguous states of the US to the port and vice versa.
- Transporting cars from the port to any location within the Kauai Island and vice versa.
- Shipping cars from the island to foreign country destinations and vice versa.
- Moving services from mainland US to Kauai Island and from Kauai Island to mainland US.
Talk to us today about our services of shipping cars to or from Port of Nawiliwili, Hawaii. On this page, you can also request an online quote, which is free and non-obligatory.