Fractional Yacht Ownership in Australia & New Zealand

The waters of Australia & New Zealand offer more variety than virtually any other waters worldwide.

They contrast from Australia’s idyllic Great Barrier Reef to New Zealand’s spectacular Fjords and everything imaginable in between like South Australia 5000km of coastline. It’s quite unique and considerably different from the rest of the country. As well as an extensive shoreline fronting ocean water, South Australia has two gulfs – Spencer and St Vincent – which are essentially vast, shallow inlets. It’s on and around these gulfs that most boating and fishing takes place. SA’s boating facilities are now generally first class. Small, but well-equipped marinas have sprung up in most coastal regional centres and there’s high-quality infrastructure in place for boaters of all persuasions. Further north, the Whitsundays is a group of more than 150 islands and islets surrounded by brilliant turquoise-coloured waters off the sub-tropical central coast between approximately 20° and 21° south latitude. Most of the islands are uninhabited, pristine national parks.

New Zealand is a yachting paradise. Each part of the country offers a range of different fresh and saltwater boating environments. The Bay of Islands in the north is one of the country’s top boating desinations, dotted with islands to explore and full of beautiful snorkelling and diving spots. Situated on Auckland’s doorstep, the Hauraki Gulf contains a number of diverse islands offering calm sandy beaches, rugged wild landscapes and areas dedicated to wildlife conservation. The waters of the Waikato River are perfect for small boats and those who enjoy kayaking, water skiing or exploring. The harbours around the sunny Bay of Plenty in the central North Island provide shelter, sandy beaches and great fishing. As well as sheltered coastal waters, Hawkes Bay offers a variety of rivers and lakes for exploring. Dolphins can sometimes be seen in the area too! Home to New Zealand’s largest lake, Taupo’s typically calm waters are great for kayaking, sailing, watersports and freshwater fishing.

Rayglass Legend 4000 | New Zealand | 1/3rd Share | 16 Weeks p.a. | (NZ) $ 110,000

This syndicate is offering the remaining share in a very well equipped and very tidy Rayglass Legend 4000.

She was launched in 2005, and boasts 2 x 320hp Cummins diesels (890Hrs), 24-38 kts, accommodation for 6, LPG oven, electric toilet, holding tank, 2 showers, fridge, diesel cabin htr, vhf, GPS/plotter, radar, remote capstan, transom island BBQ.

Easy access to a great sport fisher through fractional ownership for only NZ $110,000.

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Aquila 44 Powercat | Queensland | 5 weeks p.a. | (AUD) $ 129,000

This is a wonderful opportunity to part own one of the most prestigious power cats in the world, a new Aquila 44.

On the Aquila 44 you will enjoy the 360-degree view from the spacious salon and galley that features a large seating area, hidden TV stowage and plenty of storage to make a live-aboard vacation easy and pleasant.

Galley features include Corian counter tops, electric fridge and freezer, stove and stainless steel microwave oven as well as a double stainless steel sink. The large staterooms each feature ample headroom and large windows for excellent views.

A fresh water flush, separate shower stall and teak flooring compliment the boat’s design and exceptional living comforts. Additional features include an oversized flybridge with added enclosure, electric grill and sunpad seating on either side of the central helm station.

Complete with revolutionary bridge to bow direct access, the Aquila 44 is a fresh revolution of classic boating traditions.

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