Dockwise Christens Super Ship in China

Friday, May 25, 2007
Dockwise Yacht Transport , a group company of Dockwise, recently merged with Sealift Ltd, has christened the largest and most modern yacht carrier in the world. The vessel has been built at the Yantai Raffles Shipyard in China. The 687.5-foot (209 meter) Yacht Express is purpose-built with a semi-submersible dock bay that allows yachts of any size to be safely floated on and off as cargo. Dockwise is considered the global leader in maritime transports of extremely large and heavy cargoes. Dockwise Yacht Transport LLC (DYT), which also operates four other semi-submersible yacht carriers, is based in Fort Lauderdale, USA.

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