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Complete Marine Freight Partner with Superyacht Cup

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Complete Marine Freight has been announced as the official shipping and logistics partner for the Superyacht Cup 2014. This is the fifth year the shipping transport company has been associated with the prestigious superyacht regatta held in the Bay of Palma 18 – 21 June.

Complete Marine Freight, have provided a suite of logistics and shipping services to a number of the Superyacht fleet including pre, during and post Superyacht Cup.

Complete Marine Freight Sales Director Tom Sell says:

“We are extremely proud to be involved with Kate Branagh and the Superyacht Cup team again at the coming event this June.
All we would say is if you are looking to ship equipment and or containers into Palma for the event, please contact us very soon so we can co-ordinate with other boats making life easier for all and more importantly more cost effective.

We look forward to seeing all of you here and look forward to some great racing!”

Superyacht cup PR image Helena CLegg

Kate Branagh, Director of the Superyacht Cup, adds: “We are really pleased to welcome Complete Marine Freight back this year as our official shipping and logistics partner, they do a great job and work closely with many of the SYC participating yachts so it works well for us all.”

Running since 1996, The Superyacht Cup Palma is the longest running superyacht regatta in Europe and attracts many of the most prestigious sailing yachts from all over the world. The regatta is a favourite with yacht owners, friends, captains and crew who visit Palma de Mallorca annually for the 4 day regatta. 

Complete Marine Freight is a freight forwarding and boat shipping specialist based in Palma de Mallorca, Spain and Southampton, UK. For more information on Complete Marine Freight go to: www.completemarinefreight.com

*Photo credit: Thumbnail image: Ian Roman, courtesy of J Class Yacht Association; Image in text : Lia Tyson (Planet Space), Meredith Muller (US Olympic Manager), Lucy Shortland (Complete Marine Freight)  

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