On a cloudy day early last week John loaded an impressive Sealine SC42 in a rather wintery looking Conwy Marina. "Turbulence" was bound for the rather sunnier climate of Menorca. The Sealine has a beam of over 4m so our "air suspended" trailer and later on, the Spanish escort vehicle were going to be much needed to make the long journey and the 2 x ferry crossings, one to mainland spain and then one to the Port of Mahon, Menorca.
John successfully unloaded the Sealine and then re-loaded with a magnificent Fairline Targa 40, again with a fairly substantial beam of 3.7m. This time the destination was back to the UK, where hopefully the weather will soon improve!
Both these boats are world renowned brand names. As Fairline says "The Targa range sets a benchmark for the modern express cruiser, combining powerful muscular grace with large luxurious equipped living areas". Whilst the Sealine is well known for its light, space and design. Their marketing says "enjoy the light, feel the space and experience functionality with design".
We transport many of these boats every year and they always travel well on our low-loader air suspended trailers. One of our trailers is well equipped for moving extra wide loads whilst another one can extend to cope with the slightly longer than "normal" load. We can cope with almost any size and shape of boat whether it be a motor cruiser or sail boat with a 19m mast.
Anyway, John will soon be home and enjoying a well deserved long-weekend, ready for another busy two weeks ahead. Well done and thank you again John!