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Outer Reef Yachts has teamed with SHY Aviation to offer an aviation concierge service that utilizes a network of private airports around the world. The service is open to Outer Reef owners, as well as cruisers who are outside the builder’s network.

“In partnering with SHY Aviation to provide private air and concierge services, our customers will find various travel needs are met with ease, safety and comfort,” Outer Reef president and CEO Jeff Druek said in a statement. “Utilizing this service will help our customers spend less time traveling to and from their yacht or destination.”

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The program can accommodate parties of all sizes and can be used for short or long flights.

Click here for Outer Reef’s aviation portal.

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