UPDATE, SEPTEMBER 21, 2020: The Italian courts have referred the lawsuit back to the British courts. The owner of My Song and Peters & May received the word following a hearing on September 10. Read on for our original article. The owner of My Song, which suffered irreparable damage last year after falling off
Despite a salvage company pulling her from the waters off Menorca, Spain, the sailing superyacht My Song cannot be repaired. The confirmation comes from her owner. My Song fell overboard from a Peters & May transport ship on May 26. The incident occurred in France’s Gulf of Lion. She was en route from the
UPDATE, JUNE 4, 2019: My Song is now in Palma de Mallorca. Having been recovered from the water, she awaits inspection and evaluation by her insurer. Images show significant hull damage. She lost her mast as well, though that occurred during the initial accident. Read on for our original article. Editor’s note: On May
Sometimes owners don’t want their superyachts setting off on their own bottoms. It’s wear and tear not just on the yacht, but also the crew. That’s where transport companies like Peters & May come in. The company recently shot the video below to give owners, crew, and more an inside look at the logistics of
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.
Yachts and megayachts being transported by Peters & May through the winter have a colorful option, for a good cause, for their lashings. The company is offering pink straps in an effort to raise £25,000 (about $39,800) for a breast cancer charity. Specifically, the Peters & May Pink Lashings effort is to benefit Breast Cancer