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Sevenstar partners with Transpac 50

by Transpacific Yacht Club 16 Mar 09:44 PDT 10 July 2019
Sevenstar partners with the Transpac 50 Race © Drone Caraibes

The Transpacific Yacht Race from Los Angeles to Hawaii is one of the oldest and most prestigious ocean races in the world, first raced in 1906 and held biennially nearly every year since. Besides the long length, downwind tradewinds sailing, and iconic finish in paradise, this year's 50th Transpac makes this race even more special. No wonder the entries are already up to over 100 yachts, with many overseas teams signed on to participate as well.

The Transpacific Yacht Club is pleased to announce Sevenstar as the logistics partner of choice for the global transports of these members of the Transpac fleet, and will be providing tailored solutions from Australia, the USA, Europe and the Caribbean.

Supporting the race locally is Sevenstar's San Francisco representative Kris Caren: "We very much look forward to work closely with the race organization and the teams to provide them with the top-level service that we are known for. In addition to the international transports we are working on providing a mast-up, keel-on solution from Hawaii to the West Coast."

"We are pleased to establish this partnership with Sevenstar," said Transpacific YC Commodore Tom Hogan. "Their help in providing logistics solutions means we can have even more entries from all over the world, giving their owners and crews the ability to take part in this special anniversary edition of this great race."

For more information about how Sevenstar can help your team, with both the transport of your yacht, but also containers, personal gear, spares and sails, please contact Wouter Verbraak at , or Kris Caren at .

For more information on the 50th Transpac, visit the event website at 2019.transpacyc.com

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