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Sunseeker launching yacht-management service

A new service designed to offer seamless yacht management to Sunseeker owners will launch this week at the London International Boat Show.

Sunseeker Superyacht Management looks after every aspect of the maintenance, operation and administration of a Sunseeker vessel.

"It’s also no secret that a properly managed and maintained yacht retains a much higher value long-term. With our specialist knowledge we can provide exceptional management support — reducing the risk of incidents onboard and making financial savings in the day-to-day running of the vessel,” Ben Young, founder and managing director, said in a statement.

Sunseeker Superyacht Management’s close relationship with Sunseeker International gives them direct access to key personnel and infrastructure, yet the company’s independence from the shipyard and brokerage houses allows them to make decisions and give advice quickly and without bias, the company said.

Sunseeker Superyacht Management is based in Port Camille Rayon, Golfe Juan in the South of France.

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