The Great Southern Route : 2008 - 2009
AUSTRALIA - SYDNEY Dean Sharples Tel. +61 2 9700 8664 firstname.lastname@example.org CARIBBEAN - ANTIGUA George Clarke Tel: +1 268 460 1122 email@example.com FRANCE - LA CIOTAT Alain Rigaud Tel:+33 (0)442 73 59 98 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org GERMANY - LEER Torben Waalkes Tel: +49 (0)491 928150 email@example.com NEW ZEALAND - AUCKLAND Colin Pendergrast Tel: +64 (0)9307 8534 firstname.lastname@example.org SOUTH AFRICA - CAPE TOWN Craig Garrow Tel: +27 21 551 5692 email@example.com SPAIN - PALMA Tom Sell Tel. +34 971 436 020 firstname.lastname@example.org SPAIN - VALENCIA Isabel Albiach Tel: +34 963 673 648 email@example.com UK - SOUTHAMPTON Craig Stanbury Tel: +44 (0) 2380 480 480 firstname.lastname@example.org UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - DUBAI David Holley Tel: +971 428 23966 email@example.com USA - NEWPORT Anthony Motta Tel: +1 401 851 7916 firstname.lastname@example.org PLUS SPECIALIST AGENTS IN MANY OTHER COUNTRIES OFFICES WORLDWIDE PALMA 2007 More than 50 of the largest and most beautiful yachts competed in the racing around the Bay of Palma, supported by a comprehensive logistics service by Peters & May. Yachts supported included: Alpha Romeo Hamilton II Hyperion Kokomo Maltese Falcon Midnight Patient Falcon Ranger Sojana Velsheda Staff from Peters & May Palma were on hand throughout the Regatta to receive and deliver urgent consignments for the participants. LEOPARD III Yacht transportation specialists based in Southampton, have transferred the 30m (98ft) high- performance racing yacht ICAP Leopard III from its builder, McConaghy'sBoatyard,Sydney, Australia, to Southampton in time for the racing season. The yacht was transported by sea in an operation that involved trans-shipment in Malaysia. They also shipped the 47m (154ft) one-piece carbon mast built by Southern Spars in Auckland, New Zealand to Sheerness. As the mast was too long for road transportation in the UK, the Peters & May team arranged a dedicated barge to transport it around the coast from Sheerness to Southampton Docks where large cranes stepped the mast into the yacht. Expected to become the world's fastest charter yacht, ICAP Leopard III made its debut at Cowes in the JP Morgan Asset Management Round the Island Race, completing the 55-mile course in just four hours, 23 minutes and ﬁve seconds. Mike Slade's Ocean Marine sailing team has already announced plans to attempt a non-stop, round-the- world record in under 80 days in late 2008. PUMA RACING TEAM Having purchased the successful "ABN AMRO TWO" which competed in the last race, the yacht has been repainted and renamed "PUMA" in Breskens, Holland. The hull, now sporting dramatic new graphics, plus all her support equipment - two containers, keel, bulb and spars, were then shipped from Zeebrugge to New York. A barge was then arranged to move the consignment to its ﬁnal destination at Newport, RI. The shipment was managed by Peters & May who supported all the teams during the last Volvo Ocean Race with essential shipping logistics. AMERICAS CUP Peters & May offered a comprehensive logistics service for many of the America's Cup yachts competing in Valencia. This included ﬂying yachts for the two ﬁnalists.
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