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This summer, to mark its 70th anniversary, Fraser Yachts has partnered with the German sports car manufacturer Porsche to offer their clients in the South of France the “Porsche Ultimate” service.
Clients using the “Porsche Ultimate” drive will be able to benefit from access to a brand-new selection of exclusive Porsches, including the latest 911 GT3, which will be delivered at their chosen location to ensure a completely hassle-free experience.
For those seeking exhilaration while on dry land, Porsche also provides a number of “ultimate” experiences including driving on the 24 Hours of Le Mans racetrack or the adrenaline-inducing thrill of driving a Porsche 918 Spyder on the world-famous Circuit Paul Ricard with official Porsche race drivers.
Monaco is famed for its racing, and as the global headquarters for Fraser this partnership is a great addition to the world’s largest superyacht brokers exemplary offerings, the company says.
CEO of Fraser, Raphael Sauleau commented: “As we celebrate 70 years of industry success, we recognise the many values that Porsche shares with Fraser in terms of quality, attention to detail and exceptional service offerings to clients. A Porsche is more than just a vehicle, it is an expression of freedom and a unique attitude to life, and, like a yacht, is more than just a boat.”
Porsche will have a fleet of luxury vehicles available for Fraser clients during both the Monaco Yacht Show and Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Porsche and Fraser will also take the Porsche Ultimate Service to Miami from November.
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