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Why choose Seven Seas Worldwide?

Packing boxes and materials

High-quality boxes and packaging provided

Trusted for 25 years

Trusted with your shipments for over 25 years

Delivery and collection

Pick your own dates for shipment collection and delivery 

Free storage

Enjoy 2 weeks of FREE storage before and after shipping


We support you through quarantine and customs clearance process

Why ship your snowboard overseas?

Renting snowboards at the resort is never as good as using your own  they feel different, glide differently and could give us worse results. Using boards that we know and love means more comfort and more fun. After all, we want to move as fast and free as possible!

From professionals travelling for competitions to winter getaways with family, there are many reasons to send a snowboard overseas. Luckily, our international luggage delivery company can transport all your equipment to your destination stress-free.

Send snowboards overseas with our trusted shipping services

Whether tackling the steepest slopes or zig-zagging down untouched glades, it's not the same without your favourite board. But travelling with snowboards plus your other luggage can be difficult. You have to lug your snowboard and any other bags to the airport, pass security and hope they appear unscathed at the baggage carousel.

Skip the stress by choosing our international shipping services. We've been shipping skis, snowboards, bicycles and all kinds of sports equipment and luggage abroad for over 25 years. We'll come to your door, collect your snowboard, box it at our nearest depot, send it to your destination country, pass it through customs and deliver it.

Simply get a free online quote in minutes, make an order, prepare your snowboard for collection and complete your online documents.

Because our luggage delivery company controls a worldwide network of depots, we offer a door-to-door experience. You can also send your other snowboard equipment using our Boxes and Bags Worldwide service for an affordable cost. Plus, our expert team and multilingual customer service support you at every step.


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How to ship a snowboard in 5 easy steps

Number one

Get a free quick quote
Our online quote tool provides a clear, itemised cost with no hidden fees or nasty surprises.

Number two

Pick your date
When placing your order, choose the shipment collection date that suits you.

Number three

Prepare your snowboard
Bag your snowboard for collection. We'll then take it to our closest depot and box it for shipping.

Number four

We ship your snowboard
Complete the documentation. Then we'll ship your snowboard to its destination.

Number five

Delivered to your address
Our team will help you clear your snowboard through customs and safely deliver it.

Don't just take our word for it

Customers love using our services to ship snowboards!


How to pack a snowboard for international shipping

We make the process of shipping snowboards internationally stress-free. As part of our Boxes and Bags Worldwide service, we'll collect your snowboard bag from your home and take it to our depot. Then, we'll carefully box it into a double-walled cardboard container and ship it to your destination country.

Double-check your quote to confirm that our vans are collecting your shipment. If collection is by one of our partners, your shipment won't be inspected until it arrives at our hub before export. In this instance, we strongly recommend buying a hard snowboard shipping box or case (Seven Seas Worldwide does not endorse these products), which can be reused and is cheaper than having to repair or replace a damaged board.

But there are a few important things for you to do to prepare your snowboard for shipping:

  • Thoroughly clean and dry your snowboard. Doing so means you'll have clean equipment at your destination. If we receive an unclean board, you'll incur a cleaning charge. Plus, if a local environmental agency discovers organic matter during inspections, it could lead to delays and fines.
  • Ensure your bindings are undone and folded down to prevent them from ripping your bag during transit.
  • Protect the ends of your snowboard by covering them in cushioning materials such as bubble wrap, jackets, hats and scarfs, and secure with parcel tape.   
  • If possible, pack your board into a hard snowboard shipping box or bag for added protection.
  • Weigh your snowboard inside its bag or box on bathroom scales to ensure it doesn't exceed our weight limit of 30kg/66lbs.

You can ship your snowboard boots, protective clothing, goggles and other winter gear in the same order. But please wrap them well with cushioning materials and pack them into strong cardboard containers. Top tip: place small accessories like gloves and sunglasses inside your boots!

Although not a professional packing service, our expert staff box your snowboard to a high standard. Our chemically strengthened cardboard containers protect your board during long journeys via land, air and sea.

We start by inspecting the exterior of your snowboard's bag for defects such as scratches. Then, we protect both ends of the bag by wrapping them in large pieces of foam tubing and securing them with parcel tape. We then further protect both ends with several layers of bubble wrap, secured with more parcel tape.

Next, we gently place your snowboard bag inside our box. If there is any movement, we'll add more bubble wrap until it stops. Finally, we secure the box's lid with several layers of parcel tape and label it, ready to be stored or shipped.

You can ship your snowboard boots, gloves, goggles and other winter gear in the same order. But please wrap them well with cushioning materials and pack them into strong cardboard containers.
Large cardboard shipping box

Please note: your snowboard will be packed into a box made from the same materials, but a different shape.


Couple completing online shipping documents

Customs regulations when shipping snowboards abroad

Since we control a global network of depots, we can offer a door-to-door luggage delivery service, including customs clearance, in most countries where we operate.

All countries have certain items banned from importation to protect their people and environment. Please reference our Prohibited Goods page before booking for the latest information.

Log in to your account and complete the following:

  • An inventory listing every item you want to send. Custom authorities will have access to it, so accuracy is a must.
  • Optional insurance forms for peace of mind in the rare case your snowboard is lost or damaged.
  • Colour scans of the shipment owner's passport picture and signature pages.


I was a little worried about having to send a snowboard and a large box from New Zealand to the US, both the cost and the idea of shipping it on a boat for three months. But the entire experience from start to finish was excellent. Communication was clear, everyone I spoke to was kind and helpful, and they answered any concerns and questions immediately. The price was very reasonable for shipping something so large and for the service you get. They really did a great job of making a somewhat stressful and annoying process as painless as possible. I highly recommend Seven Seas Worldwide. If I need to ship any larger packages, I definitely know who I will be using.



FAQs about international snowboard delivery

We keep fees low because we own and operate a global network of depots. However, the shipping cost depends on how soon you need your snowboard, your origin and destination addresses and your budget. Grab a quick online quote today for a transparent delivery cost breakdown.

Thanks to more than 25 years of international shipping, we simplify your luggage delivery experience.

Follow these steps:

  1. Start with an instant free quote for a total cost breakdown. Place your order, pay the deposit and choose a suitable date so we can drop off any requested packing materials.
  2. Next, prepare your snowboard by wrapping both ends in plenty of bubble wrap, placing it in a snowboard bag and packing any accessories into sturdy containers.
  3. Then, complete your online documents and choose a convenient date so we can come to your home and pick up your shipment.
  4. Once you've paid your Shipping and Transportation fee, we'll send your snowboard and accessories to your destination country, guide them through customs and deliver them to your chosen address.

As an experienced international shipping company, we've considered everything. You can store your snowboard and accessories for free at our secure depots for 2 weeks in both the origin and destination countries in most locations where we operate. If you'd like additional storage at an affordable fee, let us know 24 hours or more before we collect your belongings.

Yes! Check first if your hotel or B&B accept deliveries on your behalf. If so, we recommend shipping your snowboard well in advance of your arrival.

Transit time depends on the location of your origin and destination countries and your preferred shipping method. Sea shipping is cheaper and uses less C02, which is better for the planet. Air shipping gets your snowboard to its destination faster, which is ideal if you have a bigger budget and less time to plan.  

Consider one of our comprehensive insurance plans to cover the rare chance your snowboard is damaged or lost. Plus, our online tracker lets you monitor its worldwide location.

All sea and air routes are predefined to ensure your goods arrive via the most efficient delivery method possible.


Top 4 snowboarding holiday destinations

With so many exciting cities and towns to choose from, working out where in the world to go for your next snowboarding trip can be a challenge! We've put together some of the best-rated snowboarding destinations based on terrain, scenery, accommodation, leisure activities and more:


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Verbier, Valais, Switzerland

Verbier is one of the famous Four Vallées ski areas in Switzerland. It's best known for its large terrain, varied runs and breathtaking Alpine scenery. Enjoy a broad mix of slopes suitable for all snowboarders, from beginner and intermediate to challenging runs. The resort has reliable snow conditions and extensive infrastructure to supplement natural snowfall.

Beyond the slopes, there are many bars, restaurants and nightclubs to enjoy. Plus, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, paragliding, art galleries, shopping and spa facilities.

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Yongpyong Resort, South Korea

Yongpyong Resort gained international attention as one of the selected venues for the 2018 Winter Olympics. The resort features around twenty-eight slopes, all with varying degrees of difficulty. For snowboarders interested in freestyle riding, there is a terrain park with jumps, rails, and boxes.

The resort offers diverse accommodation options, including hotels, apartments and private villas. Outside of snowboarding, you can enjoy plenty of fun activities such as spas, a water park, golf courses and even a zip line adventure.

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Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA

Jackson Hole is best known for its steep and challenging terrain. As such, it's a favourite among advanced riders, especially for iconic runs like Corbet's Couloir. It offers a mix of powder-filled bowls, chutes, glades and a vertical drop of over four thousand feet, one of the steepest in North America. The peaks of the Teton Range provide a dramatic backdrop.

There is a lively apres-ski scene featuring varied restaurants, bars and live music venues. Enjoy guided tours and access to vast wilderness areas for those seeking a more adventurous experience. 

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Revelstoke, Canada

Revelstoke Mountain Resort sits in the Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia, near the town of Revelstoke. The resort offers a mixed terrain, from groomed runs to challenging glades. It's a paradise for snowboarders seeking deep, consistent natural snowfall.

The resort offers high-quality accommodation options, including hotels, lodges, condos, and vacation rentals. Outside the slopes, the apres-ski scene is considered more laid-back than some larger resorts. But there are several excellent restaurants, pubs, and lounges to relax in after a long day on the slopes.