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For west coast deliveries, the shipping company's website (NYK Lines) is http://www2.nykline.com/home/index.html. You can also use dbh Logistics IT AG | dbh Logistics IT AG
to track the departure of your ship from Bremerhaven to Port Hueneme. Apparently NYK Line doesn't make it easy to find your ship. After that, if you want to know when your ship is planning to dock in San Diego, San Diego Marine Information Systems will give you the arrival schedule for Port Hueneme (west coast delivery) at
http://www.sdmis.org/schedule/.
 

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No genius didn’t know. I saw on some forum (can’t remember which one) that BMW uses ArcShipping.com to transport their vehicles. If you go to their website, you will see the schedules for the East and South to Texas.I’m not sure where the West coast schedule is.
Thanks. Seems we can expect our vehicles in respective dealerships around June 20.
 

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For some reference for the west coast U.S. folks, ours got unloaded off the ship near Oxnard, CA on May 1st and arrived at our dealership in AZ on May 11th. Seems like a while but I'm not sure how all that works. But hopefully that gives you all a frame of reference for anticipated timing. Picked ours up yesterday!
 

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For some reference for the west coast U.S. folks, ours got unloaded off the ship near Oxnard, CA on May 1st and arrived at our dealership in AZ on May 11th. Seems like a while but I'm not sure how all that works. But hopefully that gives you all a frame of reference for anticipated timing. Picked ours up yesterday!
How long did the journey take once it left the factory. Mine is in quality check today and I am hoping that it will leave the factory next week to head to the port, where it will probably sit for a while. I am getting anxious and am looking to upgrade my current EV to the iX.
 
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