New British-Turkish joint venture for yacht transport

The global shipping and logistics company, Peters & May, has announced a joint venture with BATI Yacht Transport.

Effective from 6th July, this strategic investment will integrate BATI Yacht Transport into the Peters & May Group. Alongside this joint venture, BATI Yacht Transport has been formally nominated as Peters & May Limited’s exclusive agent in Turkey.

Having served as Peters & May’s trusted partner in the Eastern Mediterranean for several years, this joint venture with BATI Yacht Transport formalises and strengthens their already reliable and successful relationship, the company says.

Focusing on yacht transport in the Eastern Mediterranean

“We are extremely excited about this move. Having worked with the BATI Yacht Transport team on numerous projects, integrating them into our family is a natural progression that benefits everyone. They are an exceptional team, and there is no doubt they will continue to provide the outstanding service they are known for”, Stefano Grotti, Regional Manager for Europe at Peters & May, comments.

“We are excited to join forces with Peters & May, a company that shares our dedication to excellence in yacht transportation,” says Kaan Aydin, General Manager at BATI Group. “This partnership is a significant milestone for BATI Yacht Transport, enabling us to enhance our service offerings and deliver even greater value to our clients. Our combined expertise and resources will undoubtedly strengthen our presence in the Eastern Mediterranean and beyond. Together, we will continue to provide bespoke, door-to-door yacht shipping solutions that exceed our customers’ expectations.”

Yacht transport
“Trade Navigator” leaving Southampton and heading for Izmir, Turkey

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Caption: "Trade Navigator" leaving Southampton and heading for Izmir, Turkey