Dockwise Offers Southbound Superyacht Discount Deliveries

Press Release
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
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Dockwise Yacht Transport (DYT) teams up with New Zealand Millennium Cup for competitor yacht deliveries

DYT offers an attractive discount on southbound shipping for the 2013 as well as 2014 and 2015 editions of the popularNew Zealand Millenium Cup superyacht event.

The discounted  DYT voyage for 2013 will sail from Palma de Mallorca, Spain at the end of November and stop in Le Marin (Martinique),  Port Everglades (Florida) and Golfito (Costa Rica) in December before arriving in Auckland in perfect time for the regatta’s February 14 start.

The New Zealand Millennium Cup, hosted by the New Zealand Marine Export Group from February 14-17, 2013.  It is now an annual fixture on the superyacht circuit and is set to become the premier superyacht regatta of the South Pacific.  Its format is a mix of harbor and passage races in the Hauraki Gulf to make the most of the spectacular yachting environs.

“We transport yachts of all sizes to different ports around the world,” said DYT’s exclusive agent for New Zealand, Dave Ross, who will handle all arrangements for interested parties, “but owners and captains of superyachts are especially appreciative of our knowledge of the South Pacific and the service we provide with our fleet of semi-submersible ships, which utilize a float-on/float-off method that is unique to Dockwise Yacht Transport.”
 


 

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