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Dockwise Yacht Transport partners with German company

Dockwise Yacht Transport entered into a legal partnership with Global Boat Shipping of Leer, Germany.

DYT initially formed a strategic alliance with GBS in November 2008 that enabled increased shipping options for reaching the Northwestern shores of Continental Europe and popular cruising grounds off the southern coast of the United Kingdom and the Baltic Sea.

"GBS is the perfect fit with Dockwise," DYT president Clemens van der Werf said in a statement. "GBS is a great complement to our offerings, with well-established routes and networks for complete transport logistics to and from Northwest Europe."

DYT's additional global routes for its semi-submersibles currently include the U.S. East Coast, the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, the Pacific West Coast and the South Pacific.

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