Boat firm gets its job done

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SEGENSWORTH-based boat transportation firm PSP has played its part in getting some of Britain’s most well-known boats to the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in America.

The firm transported boats and equipment for Sunseeker, Sealine and Fairline more than 4,000 miles by sea, ready to be exhibited at the international event. The nine boats and items of exhibition equipment were loaded onto one of PSP’s vessels in Southampton and arrived in Port Everglades on October 26, when PSP’s Brian Woods oversaw the unloading.

He said: ‘It was quite a sight seeing the ship arrive fully loaded with all these amazing boats – a real tribute to British design and manufacture. The PSP team here felt a very real pride!’

Paul Burgess, from Sunseeker, said: ‘PSP always comes through for us, even under tight timeframes and schedules.’

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