Peters & May launch Mediterranean and USA to East Coast Australia
by Propel PR on 23 Jun 2014
In conjunction with its Australian agents Aurora Global Logistics and the newly located Peters & May Fort Lauderdale office, Peters & May will be launching its first part charter sailings to Australia.
Peters & May and Aurora Aurora Global Logistics . www.auroralogistics.com
The first sailing will leave from the Mediterranean to the East Coast of Australia and the second from East Coast USA to the East Coast of Australia.?Over the past year Peters & May has noticed a significant increase in enquiries for this route.
This demand combined with the well established partnership that it holds with Aurora Logistics, has prompted the scheduling of this new service.?
Robert Blades, Global Sales & Marketing Director, comments 'We successfully perform sailings throughout the year from a variety of global destinations and we are excited to work with Aurora to add this route to our portfolio of premium part charter sailings. Due to the increased demand for this type of charter service to Australia from both Europe and EC US, we are confident these services will become annual successes for both Aurora and Peters & May.'
The first vessel is due to start loading in Palma, Spain at the end of September, it will then make its onward journey to Genoa, Italy and then onto the East Coast of Australia. The second sailing will follow shortly after, loading in Fort Lauderdale at the end of September/beginning of October.
'We are pleased to be part of the Peters& May network and excited to offer the Australian marine industry a high level, part charter option,' says Jason Roberts, Marketing Director of Aurora Logistics.
'There are very few reliable international yacht transport services available in the trade routes between Australia, Europe and the USA, however with the implementation of these part charter sailings, both Aurora and Peters & May are able to offer alternative transport options for yacht owners, dealers, race yachts and commercial craft alike.'
More at www.yacht-transport.com.au and www.petersandmay.com
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