Year: 2020

13 Feb 2020

Sunreef 70 Delivery to Ft Lauderdale

Karl and Dylan, two of our yacht delivery captains, are currently on board the stunning Sunreef 70 Sea Bass in Antigua, making their final preparations before setting off later today to deliver this stunning Catamaran to Fort Lauderdale, a journey that will take them over 1500 nautical miles.

This incredible catamaran is powered by twin Caterpillar 873 HP motors along with two 8000 litre fuel tanks and a top speed of 26 knots, it’s perfect for long distance ocean voyages. It’s interior provides a beautiful and luxurious experience and is packed with the latest technology, to make the captains journey a rewarding experience.

On arrival in Ft Lauderdale, the Sunreef 70 Sea Bass will be listed for sale with Michael Harris, a broker from the Catamarans Company, which is the largest Catamaran dealer in the world.

We are proud to be working alongside Catamarans Company and Michael Harris, the broker who will be selling this beautiful yacht.

You can find more out about the Catamaran company and Michael Harris by clicking here:

06 Feb 2020

Joint Venture on the High Seas

Due to an unexpected turn of events, our Captain, Mike Stewart, was recently featured in The Sun Newspaper for discovering £250,000 worth of hashish off the coast of Gibraltar. Mike and his crew were en route from Les sables D’olonne in France to a charter company in Mallorca to deliver a brand new 42ft catamaran.
Our crew, who are always encouraged to remove ocean plastic, picked up a little more than they bargained for. After a swift call to the Spanish police and coordinating a rendezvous at sea, the authorities arrived promptly and thanked our team for their vigilance.
According to experts, the drugs were discarded into the ocean by traffickers, from fear of being followed by police. It is suspected that the stash was anchored to the ocean floor for collection, but that it somehow floated free, leaving the stash open for discovery.

Mike stated that while it’s normal to see various floating debris at sea, typically plastic and other objects, it was a surprise to himself and fellow crew members when they saw the box of ‘solid green hashish’ in the water.

The police were informed immediately who rendezvoused with the catamaran at sea to recover the bale

For more information on the article, please see The Sun link below:

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