DYT Yacht Transport Appoints New Agents in Australia
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (December 18, 2013) – In an effort to strengthen and streamline its network,DYT, headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has appointed Sevenstar Yacht Transport-Australia as its new agents servicing the Australian market. DYT is the premier yacht transport company dedicated to shipping yachts to popular cruising destinations worldwide and the only provider of float-on, float off yacht transport service onboard its semi-submersible vessels. Sevenstar Yacht Transport is the leading provider of yacht transportation services to a multitude of exotic cruising destinations worldwide offered on a lift-on, lift-off basis and utilizes its own fleet of over 120 ships. The new partnership has allowed DYT to gain access to Sevenstar Yacht Transport’s large network of agents and its acclaimed fleet of cargo vessels traveling worldwide, thus enabling DYT to offer its clients an even larger range of shipping options.
DYT’s upcoming voyage, which commenced in Palma de Mallorca (Spain) in November aboard the semi-submersible yacht carrier Super Servant, will call on Le Marin (Martinique), Port Everglades (Fla.), and Golfito (Costa Rica) in December and January before reaching its target in Brisbane (Australia); she will then return to the Mediterranean via Auckland (New Zealand) followed by the aforementioned port calls, and will arrive in Spain in due time for the Med spring/summer cruising season.
DYT’s semi-submersible yacht carrier Super Servant in Golfito
Sevenstar Yacht Transport, Australia, led by Dean Sharples, a familiar figure to many in the maritime industry, remains available to DYT and its clients to assist with their yacht transport requirements while in the area. “We are delighted to include DYT, with its highly rated float-on, float-off yacht transport service, as our partner,” says Sharples. “In combination with our lift-on, lift off specialty we can now offer the complete suite to clients.”
Shipping a yacht may not be a captain’s natural choice, as they have a passion for sailing the ocean blue; but practically speaking, it saves yacht owners wear and tear on their precious possessions and helps preserve their yacht resale value down the road. Cost-wise, it is comparable to sailing a vessel on its own keel, without all the follow-up hassle and added expense of maintenance required after a long ocean passage.
For more information on DYT, visit http://www.yacht-transport.com or contact Catalina Bujor, DYT Yacht Transport, +1 954-525-8707, email@example.com.
More about DYT Yacht Transport DYT Yacht Transport (DYT), headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida (US), specializes in the maritime transport of private luxury yachts. DYT utilizes semi-submersible dock bays that allow yachts of any size to be safely and easily floated on and off as cargo, making it a leading provider of yacht transportation on a regular liner service. Since its maiden voyage in 1987, the company has transported over 13,000 motor and sailing yachts to various destinations around the globe, offering owners and charterers safe and easy access to many of the world’s premier cruising grounds. Along with area representatives around the globe, DYT has additional operating offices in Italy, Martinique and Newport (R.I.).
More about Sevenstar Yacht Transport Sevenstar Yacht Transport is the world’s leading provider of yacht shipping services, with a global network of destinations and a fleet of over 120 independent carriers. Sevenstar Yacht Transport is headquartered in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and runs a worldwide network with offices in the United States, the UK, Australia and Turkey, and agents in Monaco, Germany, Russia and New Zealand. In October 2013 Sevenstar acquired DYT Yacht Transport including two semi-submersible vessels dedicated to float-in, float-off yacht transport, making it a perfect fit with Sevenstar’s lift-on, lift-off yacht transport speciality. Paving the Way
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