Global Yacht Transport


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What happens on the day of loading?

It will be your responsibility to arrange for the yacht to be delivered to a pre-agreed destination at a specified time for lifting. If arriving by water, you will need to contact the Peters & May Loadmaster who will confirm the berth location and the positioning required for lift.

Once alongside the vessel, lifting gear will be carefully positioned by the Loadmaster and diver ensuring slings are safely supporting your yacht. Once satisfied the crane will lift the yacht and she will be offered up to cradles aboard the vessel. Final adjustments will be made before settling and lashing the yacht to the cradles and/or deck using lashing points such as cleats and bollards. Final checks and preparations are made before your yacht is ready for shipping.

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