The yacht transporter will provide tailored logistics solutions to various regions

Sevenstar Yacht Transport

Sevenstar has a fleet of over 100 independent carriers

Sevenstar Yacht Transport has been made the logistics partner of choice for the Panama Posse fleet of motor and sailing vessels.

Under the terms of the agreement, Sevenstar will provide tailored solutions from Golfito in southern Costa Rica, Manzanillo and La Paz in Mexico, to Ensenada, Mexico and Victoria, Canada.

The company will also provide services in Papeete, Tahiti; Auckland, New Zealand; Sydney, Australia, as well as east coast ports and the Caribbean.

“Our partnership with Sevenstar Yacht Transport adds tremendous options for the Panama Posse fleet in Mexico and Central America who want to ship their boats back to their home ports or to their next dream destination. For example, if you have sailed from Seattle, WA all the way down to Panama you can now ship your vessel back to Victoria, BC and avoid a long uphill beat,” says Dietmar Petutschnig, a founding member of the Panama Posse.

The Panama Posse has a fleet of 173 vessels from North and South America, the South Pacific and Europe. The fleet that travels to seven countries between Mexico and Panama has an online network that receives 24/7 updated info on weather, anchorages, marinas, check-in and clearing processes, boat services, fuel stops, provisioning, cultural shore excursions and group events.

Sevenstar Yacht Transport is a leading provider of yacht shipping services, with a global network of destinations and a fleet of over 100 independent carriers. The company is headquartered in Amsterdam, The Netherlands and runs a network of offices worldwide.

Supporting the Panama Posse locally is Sevenstar’s San Francisco representative Kris Caren. “We are excited to add the Panama Posse fleet to our roster of partners including TransPac and other vessels interested in moving around the world aboard our transport ships,” he says. “We will provide Panama Posse members the top-level service that we are known for.”