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Fractional Yacht Ownership in Washington
Anacortes, the “Gateway to the San Juan Islands”!
For centuries the call of the San Juan Islands has lured adventurous mariners seeking a special place. Long before Spanish and English sailors explored this vast myriad of islands, Native Americans plied the straights in their canoes as they traded, raided and gathered seafood.
The San Juan Islands are comprised of hundreds of islands ranging from small rocky outcrops to large forest-clad and mountainous masses. The waters are rich with seafood… salmon, rockfish, scallops, Dungeness crab, mussels and clams. Wildlife abounds on the land and in the sea. You’re just as likely to encounter tiny squirrels, deer and migratory birds as you are to see seals, sea lions and whales.
Have you ever seen a whale breach, heard the whoosh of air exhaling through its blowhole or been amazed by the sheer beauty of a pod of Orcas gliding through glassy waters? If you own a fractional yacht in these waters you soon will!
Specification Volvo diesel engine Garmin Electronics w/chartplotter Garmin Autopilot Garmin radar Zodiac + Davit system SS antennae mast Bentley Helm seats King size bed main stateroom Standup lav w/shower Additional aft shower Wallas Diesel Furnace Windless Bow & Stern thruster w/remote control Wallas heater Cruise ready pack Sirius Satellite Radio – 6 speaker system Hand polished teak and holly table and floors Extra inverter Kicker mount Interlux bottom paint 2 sea kayaks + gear, and other outfitting.
Aspen PowerCat Syndicate Information
*New Price for pre-owned share!
Fractional 1/8 share located in Anacortes, WA.
Full retail C90 yacht price, well equipped with Optional Equipment and all initial outfitting – $220,955, available at a fraction of the price.
Do not try this at home, but, the other day I did a C90 demo ride (just me and one other) in 4 to 5 foot wind blown chop and swells with the winds gusting to 40 – whitecaps inside the marina. Thruster away from the dock into the wind, held its position no problem. Rotated the boat in the alley 90 degrees, put it in idle and was doing 3.5 mph idling into a 30 knot wind without even hearing the wind and rain. No other boats on the water – and frankly I would not have taken another boat out that day, gale warnings posted. However, as I tell people, if you boat enough, eventually you will run into conditions that scare you – when that day comes, it will be a traumatic and very memorable day for everyone on board – those who boat and fly a lot know what I mean. When that day comes and you’re riding in an Aspen, forget the trauma. You will probably remember it, but you won’t be remembering the trauma, you’ll be remembering how well that boat rode and how it kept you and your loved ones protected.