All SHARES SOLD - 1/6th Share of the Gran Turismo 40
Second boat underway
Buying a yacht can be both costly and time consuming business, one that demands high initial investment and annual running costs not to mention the hassle of organising and arranging maintenance/servicing of your vessel. This is an opportunity to be a part of a yacht syndication programme which gives clients a complete yachting experience without the added stress or hassles of sole boat ownership.
The Syndicate Offers:
54 Days Use Per Year
Unlimited Standby Days-Simply Call on the day - if the boat is available you can book for a nominal fee (conditions apply)
The Luxury Comes at a fraction of the cost:
As you share the expense of owning the boat with multiple shareholders the individual expense of owning the boat goes down considerably
Enjoy hassle Free Boating Lifestyle:
All you need to do is make your booking and enjoy. Your boat will be kept and ready to go. Your free time is yours to spend out on the water enjoying your boat- not looking after it.
Boat Maintenance is taken care of:
As your boat will be professionally managed all servicing, regular checks, cleaning and maintenance will be taken care of.
Professionally Managed Syndicate:
You turn up. You walk onto a clean, well- maintained boat complete with fresh linen ready to go. You sail away. And you unwind and relax. On your return to the marina you hand your boat back and head home.
New to boating? Limited experience? We can support you!
We offer a comprehensive handover to every new owner. Training can be arranged or professional skippers accompany you until you have gained sufficient experience and confidence in your handling abilities.
*NZ Boat Share GT40-1 Ltd is the issuer of the shares subject to this offer. The product disclosure statement including the application form for the offer can be obtained by emailing email@example.com, calling 09 903 1001. An annual use charge and rules applying to the use of the boat apply.
Read more about Gran Turismo 40 here
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