Motorhome Shipping to Canada – RORO
Explore Canada by Motorhome
Ship your Motorhome to Canada by RORO, the UK, Belgium or Germany it’s the perfect way to explore . With the freedom of the open road, explore Canada at your own pace and have a break where and when you want.
RORO Shipping your motorhome to Halifax Canada
We specialize in transporting & shipping a wide variety of vehicles RORO, including Campervans, RVs, trailers, and caravans from the UK, Belgium, and Germany to Canada.
Our services include Roll on Roll Off (RORO) shipping and container shipping to Halifax, Canada on fast and frequent vessels. We also offer a Seabridge, shipping across the Atlantic, providing the perfect starting point for your self-drive tour or road trip across Canada and beyond.
Whether you’re shipping for tourism purposes or permanent import, we have the experience and knowledge to ensure your motorhome is transported safely and securely. Trust us to handle your shipping needs with the utmost care and attention to detail. Contact us today to learn more about our motorhome shipping services to Canada.
Which ports can you ship Motorhomes to Canada from?
How much does it cost to ship a motorhome to Canada?
To find out how much it costs to ship motorhome, Campervan, Trailer or RV to Canada via RORO, simply fill out our online quotation tool with your vehicle details, and receive pricing seconds.
How does Motorhome Shipping to Canada work?
Step 1 – Quotation
Request an instant quotation.
Once you have entered your details you will receive a comprehensive quotation covering all of the expected shipping costs in a matter of minutes for your review and consideration
Step 2 – documentation and confirmation
Send us a copy of your documents and when you’d like us to ship:
- vehicle registration
- shipping date
We will then process your booking, and in a few days provide you a booking confirmation.
We will then start working on your delivery documentation and the export process.
Step 3 – Shipping documents and delivery
Around 14 days prior to the shipping date, we will send you a full package of shipping information covering the following
- Port delivery instructions
- Port delivery documents
Step 4 – Arrival
Shortly prior to arrival of the vessel we will be in contact to provide you the following.
- Port collection instructions
- estimated timeframes for arrival and collection
You will then shortly be off on your adventure to explore Canada
More information on shipping to Canada
Canada Temporary import - tourists and temporary residents
Vehicles may be admitted into Canada without having to comply with TC’s import requirements when used exclusively by a person entering Canada as a visitor for a period not exceeding 12 months, or temporary residents such as students s, or individuals with valid work permits for a period not exceeding 36 months.
CBSA – Importation of Motor vehicles into Canada
Visas & personal entry – Visit Canada
Canada Sailing schedules
There is normally one vessel per week, leaving from Liverpool, Antwerp and Hamburg.
The sailing time ranges between eight and 12 days
additional options are also available from Southampton, Zeebrugge and Bremerhaven.
Canada Vehicle insurance
Vehicle insurance is required to legally drive your vehicle in North America and Canada, with your booking we will provide you a list of insurers which you can contact for a quotation
How much does it cost to ship to Canada?
The price depends on the size of your vehicle, the length x the width x height = the vehicles cubic metres (CBM), this usually determines the price of shipping.
You can enter your vehicle details in our online pricing to receive an instant quotation
When do i have to deliver my vehicle
Normally, you would have to deliver your vehicle around four working days prior to the sailing date. However this is dependent on specific vessel
When will I be able to collect my vehicle
Normally you would be able to collect your vehicle around 2 to 3 working days after the vessels arrival. It is important to note that sailing dates are only estimates and there is a possibility of delay. Therefore you should always plan to be flexible