New Zealand - Auckland
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1/4 Share, 57 days per annum
Fractional Yacht Ownership in New Zealand
The Marlborough Sounds are one of New Zealand’s natural treasures, with 20 percent of the country’s coastline, rich with heritage and wildlife.
Beautiful beaches and native bush surround the sunken valleys of water, and every bay beckons. Some can be reached by road, but the only way to really discover the sounds is by boat. Kayak, sail or motor your way around the Marlborough Sounds and share in our beautiful treasure.
One fifth of New Zealand’s coastline winds its ways through the Marlborough Sounds, where blissful beaches, beautiful bush and pristine waters are everywhere you look. We’ve included a few of our top bays for boating, perfect for an overnight stay or day trip.
The sheltered waters of the Marlborough Sounds are paradise for cruising, with countless bays to drop an anchor, sit back with a glass of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and watch the evening close over the bush clad hills. Wake to the sound of a rowdy dawn chorus, before setting sail to the next beautiful bay. Pack a picnic and head to Governors Bay, pack your water skis and cruise to Ruakaka Bay, pack your fishing rod and head to D’Urville Island, or pack your tent and cruise to Blumine Island. Better yet, pack them all, and see what the Marlborough Sounds can offer.
Marlborough has three of the best marinas in New Zealand, each with its own unique identity. Picton and Waikawa marinas are gateways to the Queen Charlotte Sound, and Havelock sits at the edge of the magical Kenepuru and Pelorus.
Step aboard where a calm sanctuary awaits, created through elegant simplicity and luxurious finishes. The three beautifully crafted cabins comfortably sleep six and include the full beam master stateroom – with makeup vanity or study – and a third cabin with side by side single beds that can be converted to a double. The versatility and clever use of space is highlighted with the addition of an optional fold out bed on the flybridge bringing the total guest accommodation to eight. Together with a beautifully appointed aft galley equipped with Miele appliances and large pantry, you’ll want for nothing when entertaining or during long stays abroad.Outside enjoy a large storage space at the back of the boat which is perfect for a tender and all the water toys you could want. The cockpit is accessed from both sides with openings to the hydraulic swim platform (optional) and because of the large beam the space is substantial.Encompassing all its Maritimo lineage is known for, you will enjoy wide walk around decks, an internal staircase to fully enclosed flybridge, extended aft balcony and sun roof. Coupled with Maritimo’s inherent strength and offshore capabilities, the Maritimo M59 will intuitively cut through the water in perfect motion.
Maritimo M59 Syndicate Information
This is one of a number of yachts run by this extremely experienced syndicator, who have managed many boats for many years of co-ownership in New Zealand.
Since their inception in 2007 their purpose has been to help as many Kiwis as they can to get out on the water. It’s about making everything to do with boating fun, easy and accessible.The share price will be advised once the vessel is delivered to our dock.A share entitles you to 85 days per annum, plus unlimited standby usage.Bookings are made through our online booking system.All our boat shares are walk on / walk off.Management fee includes:Cleaning and Valeting after usePremium BerthageMaintenance and ServicingInsuranceStandard ProvisionsTraining and 24hr support
57 days per annum
4 (plus crew)