Steber sets sail for Seychelles

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Fregate Island's latest resort vessel leaves Steber's Taree factory on the first leg of its journey to the Seychelles, a road trip to Sydney before being placed on a container ship.
Fregate Island's latest resort vessel leaves Steber's Taree factory on the first leg of its journey to the Seychelles, a road trip to Sydney before being placed on a container ship.

Third Steber vessel en route to Seychelles Island resort.

A third vessel built by Steber International in Taree, NSW, is now on its way to an island resort in the Seychelles Islands in the Indian Ocean.

The resort on Fregate Island Private has purchased the 38 foot boat as a transfer vessel for taking passengers to and from the resort to the main island, 55km to the west. It will also be used for game fishing, dive charters and general sightseeing cruises.

The island is home to Oetker Collection’s secluded private resort which purchased its first Steber vessel, a 43 footer, in 1999. The hull of the new vessel has been painted a unique Jade Mist Green which is the resort's new 2017 livery.

The new addition to the Fregate fleet is being trans-shipped to the Seychelles via Sydney and is due to arrive in late November.

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