US Coast-to-Coast Yacht Delivery Partnership Formed

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Wednesday, August 14, 2013
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United Yacht Transport LLC, a Fort Lauderdale-based yacht transport company, has reached an agreement with PACC Container Lines Pte. Ltd. to provide regular yacht transportation service between Port Everglades, FL and multiple West Coast North American Ports.

With this backing, United Yacht Transport will provide regularly scheduled sailings from Port Everglades to Costa Rica, Mexico, Canada and Japan aboard a fleet of thirteen, 27,000 DWT multi-purpose ships. PACC currently operates a semi-monthly express liner service between U.S. Gulf and Atlantic Ports and S.E. Asia.

“This strategic support from PACC is a natural fit for United Yacht Transport as the frequency of their existing service will allow us to offer a reliable transport option to our clients," said Paul Haber, Chief Operating Officer for United Yacht Transport. “We are both honored and excited to deliver a reliable and consistent service to our West Coast clients.”

United Yacht Transport LLC is a premier yacht transportation company based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and is a direct provider of yacht transportation services for yachts from 30’ to 150’. Primary routes include North America, Caribbean, Central America, Mediterranean, Middle East and Asia.

PACC Container Lines Pte. Ltd. is the liner division of Pacific Carriers Limited, one of Singapore’s largest and most diversified shipping companies. PACC’s operations comprise of a regional container feeder unit and a parcel liner service serving South East Asia and U.S. Gulf and Atlantic Ports.
 

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