Fractional Yacht Ownership in the Western Med
The Western Mediterranean is famed for its glamorous ports where the nightlife often surpasses the rock-star styled fun filled days at anchor.
This region is very much about active lifestyle yachting, where coming back into port at night to enjoy some land based gastronomic delights and a cool vibe in the bars and clubs, is very much the norm for yacht owners.
Fractional yacht owners in the western Med tend to use their yachts more as a floating holiday home than a passage-maker. Fractional ownership therefore works particularly well in these waters as berthing costs tend to be among the highest in the world, and an idle yacht can become restrictively expensive. Through shared ownership, the mooring is in constant use, balancing-out the value proposition.
Yachts in these waters tend to fall into two primary categories:
• Sleek flybridge yachts designed to offer high occupancy levels of accommodation coupled with ample living space. Sub 60ft yachts often boasting 3 spacious cabins, and over 60ft yachts offering 4 cabins or more. These make ideal holiday-home type fractional yachts, as they are perfectly configured to blend the mix of style and comfort desired.
• Rapid and purposeful looking open yachts to offer extensive outdoor entertaining areas, very much with day boating in mind. These yachts are ideally suited to fractional ownership when combined with a land based holiday home and often bought by villa owners who would like some time at sea but wish to avoid the costs and hassle of outright yacht ownership.
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (700 Litres) Fuel Tanks: 1 (3200 Litres) Holding Tanks: 1 (150 Litres)
Number of single berths: 1 Number of twin berths: 1 Number of double berths: 2 Number of cabins: 3 Number of heads: 2 Number of bathrooms: 2 Seating Capacity: 12
Log-speedometer – Raymarine Repeater(s) – Raymarine – (On the Flybridge) Radar – Raymarine TV set – Panasonic Flat Screen CD player – Fusion Head system – Flybridge Depthsounder – Raymarine Autopilot – Raymarine Radio – Fusion Head system – Flybridge Plotter – Raymarine VHF – Raymarine DVD player – Sony Blue Ray – Saloon Cockpit speakers – Fusion Speakers GPS – Raymarine
Heating Air conditioning Battery charger Hot water Air compressor Electric bilge pump Microwave oven Washing machine Deep freezer Dishwasher Oven Stern thruster Refrigerator Manual bilge pump
Generator Inverter Shore power inlet Electrical Circuit: 220V
Teak sidedecks Gangway Radar reflector Liferaft Cockpit cushions Swimming ladder Teak cockpit Cockpit shower Hydraulic gangway Cockpit table Tender Total Liferaft Capacity: 12 Electric windlass
This is a fully maintained and skippered package currently available. All the advantages of cruising a 2015 yacht with no hassle at 1/4 of the price!
Azimut Magellano 53 Syndicate Information
This Azumit Magellano 53 is available to purchase in 4 shares.
If you think Italian motoryachts are all about style, Azimut would beg to differ. The eminent shipyard’s Magellano line does have a certain look, it’s true, but this is design that expresses not so much la dolce vita as la vita in crociera—a kind of yachting where being at sea is an end in itself, when the business of travelling is as important and enjoyable as actually getting there, and where allowing the land to recede astern and disappear over the horizon is kind of the point.
It’s all about the cruising life, in other words, although not of the globe-encircling sort pioneered by the Portuguese navigator from which this intrepid line takes its name. Instead, these boats are designed more for the modern, motoryachting equivalent—family adventures on the high seas, where your mettle is tested by your ambition, and voyages aren’t measured in weekends but in weeks. If this is your bag, then not just any boat will do.
So, as you might expect on a 53-footer designed for extended cruising comfort, the Magellano has just three cabins: onboard space is all-important. There is a really well-appointed master suite amidships, with a luxurious head and shower, distinctive circular hull windows, and opening portholes. The VIP is forward, and has en suite access to a shared head compartment on the starboard side. Headroom below ranges from 6 feet 5 inches to 6 feet 10 inches and the berths are all full size—although at 6 feet 2 inches, the double berth in the VIP might not be long enough for some.
This is a dynamic and all inclusive way of purchasing a brand new yacht which includes extensive advantages. The most seasoned single yacht owners will know that it costs a small fortune to own a yacht, let alone to sustain the per- annum inflating overhead expenses it entails, from acquisition, taxes, increasing port fees, insurance, maintenance and upkeep, transportation, mooring, legal and operational paperwork fees just to name a few. The aim here is to provide all yacht owner/s and those in the market for a yacht, a cost-effective and stress-free ownership structure.
Becoming a member of this club allows you to experience this magnificent yacht at a fraction of the price with no hassle factor! By sharing the cost of purchasing and maintaining your yachts with other club members you get to save a considerable amount of money without having to sacrifice any of your personal wishes.