Harry Bristow-Holmes reports that the recently sold Sunseeker Manhattan 70 “Gatsby III” is currently en route to her final destination of Venezuela.
Motoring herself from Marina Sukosan in Croatia to La Spezia in Italy, the Manhattan 70 “Gatsby III” was loaded onto a cradle on board cargo ship MSC SOCOTRA earlier this week with shipping company Complete Marine Freight. From La Spezia, the ship will sail onwards to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where she is expected to arrive by the 1st June, weather permitting.
Stopping in Florida to undergo specific works, “Gatsby III” will be converted from a 220v boat (European Spec) to 110v (American Spec) before being reloaded onto a ship and embarking on the second stage of her voyage to Caracas, Venezuela.
This is the third time that Harry Bristow-Holmes of Sunseeker London has sold “Gatsby III”, a somewhat impressive sales achievement. He describes how “Gatsby III is one of the nicest Sunseeker Manhattan 70s ever built owing to her original owner using the Sunseeker Interior Design team lead by Stuart Jones. Having toured Italy with her first owner, Croatia with her second, she now embarks on her next adventure in Venezuela”.
Gerald Price from Complete Marine Freight comments “We are delighted to be shipping yet another Sunseeker safely on its way across the world. The last 12 months has seen our business developing steadily and we are putting our reputation and experience to good use meeting the challenges that these types of shipments bring both for competitive pricing and for on time delivery. We thank both Sunseeker London and the final client for showing faith in our abilities and look forward to the next move.”
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