DYT Announces Partnership with BBC

Monday, October 29, 2007
Dockwise Yacht Transport (DYT), a wholly owned subsidiary of Dockwise Ltd., has announced a cooperative partnership with BBC Chartering & Logistic to expand global shipping options for its clients -- owners and captains of private luxury yachts. The strategic alliance allows DYT to continue offering its unique float-on/float-off yacht transport service with its own fleet of four semi-submersible ships while adding an alternative lift-on/lift-off service option through BBC, which operates more than 140 vessels worldwide. Among the new regular routes accommodated by BBC will be regular connections from the Caribbean to Northern Europe, Florida to Brazil, and to Dubai. All other worldwide requests can also be accommodated. DYT's global routes for its semi-submersibles currently include the U.S. East Coast (Newport, Rhode Island and Port Everglades, Florida), the Mediterranean (Toulon, France; Genoa, Italy; Marmaris, Turkey; Palma de Mallorca, Spain), Northern Europe (La Rochelle and Cherbourg, France), the Caribbean (St. Thomas, Martinique and Freeport), the Pacific West Coast (Golfito, Costa Rica; La Paz and Ensenada, Mexico and Vancouver, B.C., Canada) and the South Pacific (Papeete, Tahiti; Auckland, New Zealand and Brisbane, Australia).

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