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New-build superyacht shelters from storms with GAC in the Netherlands and UK

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    10 December 2015

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Dartmouth, UK - The 91-metre new-build superyacht “Lady Lara” was forced to make an unscheduled port call in Amsterdam due to bad weather after leaving the Lürssen shipyard where she was built in Bremen, Germany.

She was the largest yacht ever to have called at the port, and it was GAC Netherlands that was appointed to act as her agent, ensuring the Captain and his crew had all their requirements covered. Her next port of call was Dartmouth in the UK, again under GAC’s care, where she continues to wait for the weather to improve before embarking on her onward voyage to the Caribbean.

For more about how GAC can support superyachts, go to www.gac.com/superyacht.  

(Photo: The “Lady Lara” at Amsterdam. Credit – Jan Kegel.)

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