Ter Haak transports superyacht
Designed in 2005 by renowned Dutch naval architect Pieter Beeldsnijder, the yacht was built at Heesen Shipyards in Oss. She was refitted at Vitters Shipyard - part of Royal Huisman - in Zwartsluis and also had her Lloyd's certification renewed this year. THL has managed the entire logistics process within the Netherlands, from yard to yard and through Eemshaven port to Jacksonville, where she will finally be delivered to the owner.
The yacht’s overall length of 32 metres is combined with a beam of 8 metres, vertical clearance of 12 metres and weight of 155 tonnes. She offers exclusive accommodation for six guests and three crew members. Two MTU engines and twin propellers deliver 7000 hp and allow a top speed of no less than 30 knots.
The owner is keen to enter her in fishing competitions for tuna and swordfish in the Caribbean and off the east coast of North America up to Canada. With this in mind, the yacht has been fitted with separate facilities for storing fishing gear and preserving the catch. THL specialises in resolving complex logistical issues for customers, ranging from one-off projects to continuous processes. The company is ideally suited for managing these types of projects thanks to its extensive experience in cross-border transport of all types of dry cargo, excellent contacts in ports throughout the world, and in-depth know how regarding laws, conditions, licensing rules and international customs regulations.
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