DYT superyacht launches giant purpose-built semi-submersible

DYT Superyacht Transport, formerly known as DOCKWISE YACHT TRANSPORT, has announced the delivery of its purpose-built semi-submersible vessel, YACHT SERVANT. The official delivery took place on 4 January at Yantai CIMC Raffles Shipyard on China’s Shandong Peninsula. Three days later, the vessel embarked on her maiden voyage from Shanghai to Panama.

With an LOA of 213.70m, a 46m beam and a 4.6m draft, YACHT SERVANT provides virtually double the capacity of her predecessors. The IMO Tier-III compliant vessel is also 32% more fuel efficient, while her 6,380msq deck space – 30% larger than her sistership Yacht Express – facilitates the transport of more vessels per crossing, including deep draft sailing yachts.

We’re all hugely excited about the addition of YACHT SERVANT to our semi-submersible fleet,” says Richard Klabbers, Managing Director of DYT Superyacht Transport. “Her sheer size and volume allow for so much more capacity, and we’re looking forward to discovering how the vessel’s additional capabilities – such as onboard cranes, reduced board draft and increased submerged draft – will further what we can deliver.”

 

Source: breakbuk.news

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