Builders, owners, and racing enthusiasts now have more yacht-transport options at their fingertips. Peters & May and its sister company, Peters & May Global Logistics, are now integrated. As a result, six new specialized divisions can seamlessly assist clients.
Those six divisions include three related to yachting: Global Boat Transport, Superyacht Transport, and Racing Logistics. The other three divisions target commercial vessels, freight, and the automotive sector. The disparate industries don’t matter, though. A superyacht owner can request his or her private aircraft, car, even a hovercraft, be shipped overseas, for example. In the words of Dave Holley, Peters & May’s CEO, “Broadening our reach and re-structuring the business in this way means that we can offer our high-quality bespoke service to a wider range of customers; in fact to anyone that has freight, a seagoing vessel, vehicle, machine or aircraft that needs transporting internationally. Whether by sea, road, rail or air, our reach is truly global with a port-to-port or door-to-door, cost-effective solution every time.”
Peters & May’s yachting services are used by a number of yacht builders. They include Sunseeker and Viking. Superyacht owners regularly use its services to enjoy cruising on both sides of the Atlantic without putting wear and tear on both their crews and the yachts themselves. In terms of racing, Peters & May has been transporting the maxi racer Comanche on her record-chasing runs around the world.
Remaining unchanged are the Peters & May offices. They’re remaining here in the United States as well as the UK, throughout Europe, and in Asia. In fact, Peters & May says it has added offices in Genoa, Italy, a regular port of call for its ships. Partnerships with other transport firms in Australia, Dubai, South Africa, New Zealand, South America, Belgium, and Russia remain the same, too.