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The Danish Baltic Sea is one of the most popular sailing areas of German Chartercrews. Jim Soeferie Danish charter company offers Charter guests not only yacht of Hallberg Rassy noble brand, but also a base in the middle of the most beautiful sailing area in the Baltic Sea. There are boot in Dusseldorf for more information also on the fair (22-January 30, 2011). If the hobby is to the profession, are generally very good performance to expect. The customers of the Danish sailing yacht Charter in Jim Soeferie I/S in Kerteminde on the island of Funen that realize when they start with the company to the sailing vacations yachts. Meanwhile, a large part of the clientele comes from Germany.

In 1984, the couple Inge and Joergen Lorenzen had founded the Charter company. The sailing enthusiast with an own yacht the Swedish noble shipyard Hallberg Rassy (HR) knew made exactly what their future Charter customers wanted to offer, namely only high-quality yachts of Hallberg Rassy, that they were many years in the Baltic Sea and best experiences had. A sailing yacht is made up of many components, there should be always on high quality and careful design,”Joergen Lorenzen justified the choice of considerably more expensive when compared to sailing yachts from large series manufacturers Hall mountain of Rassys. The former Danish Navy officer and longtime Ocean regatta sailor knows from his decades of experience as a sailor, what he’s talking about. Hallberg Rassy has always specializes in the construction of offshore yachts. The HR concept with its solid construction, timeless lines, beautiful woodwork, a windscreen protect the cockpit and the powerful engines has proven itself on all seven seas”, the Charter company praises the products of the Swedish boat Builder. Actually apply the yachts of shipyard, whose construction the Swedish boat Builder Henry Hallberg and Christoph Rassy, a boat Builder from the Starnberg Lake, at the end of the 1960s on the Swedish island of Orust have started as something like the Mercedes of the yacht world.