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Peters & May partners with Pantaenius

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UK-based Peters & May, a provider of global boat transport, has joined forces with Hamburg-based yacht insurance broker Pantaenius.

This alliance offers yacht owners, brokers and yacht management companies transport as well as insurance coverage of their vessel’s transportation, according to Peters & May CEO David Holley.

Peters & May has 45 years of experience in commercial, racing, megayacht and leisure boat transportation. It offers in-house VAT, customs expertise and experienced loadmasters through 12 offices worldwide, covering Europe, the U.S., the Middle East and Asia, according to a company statement.

The Pantaenius Group has been providing risk management solutions – whether hull and machinery insurance, P&I, third party or crew cover – since 1899, when the family-run company was established in Germany as an insurance broker for commercial shipping.

For more information, visit petersandmay.com or pantaenius.co.uk.

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