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Fraser facilitates personal submarine sale

Fraser facilitates personal submarine sale

By Staff Writer - February 14, 2017

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Fraser and Triton Submarines have announced the sale of two newly constructed 1000m Triton 3300/3 Submersibles. The submersibles are the sixth and seventh deliveries of this hull model from Triton’s Florida-based manufacturing facility, and the fifth and sixth Tritons constructed in the last 12 months.

Liz Howard and Jan Jaap Minnema of Fraser represented the buyer in the purchase. The buyer is a long-standing repeat client of Fraser. Mr Minnema said: “This sale highlights the strength and diversity of the Fraser team worldwide. With Liz in San Diego, Triton in Florida and myself in Monaco, we have had a flawless operation in obtaining exactly what the client wanted. With two subs he has the pleasure of diving together with many family members and friends, while in the same time the safety and redundancy is doubled.”

 

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