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Amsterdam-based Sevenstar Yacht Transport had added two new sailings from the Med to the Caribbean after the summer season. Estimated loading in Tivat, Montenegro, is between Oct. 20 and Nov. 5. Estimated loading in Genoa is between Nov. 20 and Dec. 5.



Ports of call en route include Palma, St. Thomas, and Palm Beach.



“With in excess of 200 yachts being shipped in the past four months from Florida and the

Caribbean to Europe, we can look back on the most successful summer season in Sevenstar

history,” said Richard Klabbers, managing director of Sevenstar.



Sevenstar Yacht Transport offers roundtrip deals for yachts returning to the Med in March, April and May 2014. ARC Rally 2013 participants can be moved back to Southampton in May 2014.



Sevenstar Yacht Transport is part of The Spliethoff Group, which has a fleet of more than 100 independent carriers. For more details, visit www.sevenstar-yacht-transport.com

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