Fractional Yacht Ownership in Canada
The challenge of cruising the West Coast’s Pacific Northwest region is not figuring out what do to, but how to do it all. By sea and onshore there are unparalleled opportunities.
If there is such a place motor yacht cruising heaven, it most surely looks like the Pacific Northwest. A maze of inland passages are protected against the Pacific swell, and some of these comprise the fabled “Inside Passage” of British Columbia.
With cobalt blue waters lapping against forested shores and a backdrop of snow capped crags and peaks, these cruising grounds are surely the most magnificent North America has to offer, and the fishing and crabbing is incomparable.
There are five principle cruising grounds in the Pacific Northwest, each distinct and a world-class yachting experience;
The Gulf Islands And Victoria
The Queen Charlottes/Haida Gwaii
San Juan Islands And Seattle
Alaska & The Inside Passage
LOA: 58 ft 0 inBeam: 17 ft 0 in Maximum Draft: 4 ft 10 in Displacement: 58000 lbs
Total Power: 1250 HP Cruising Speed: 18 knots Maximum Speed: 22 knots Engine 1 Engine Brand: Detroit Year Built: 1997 Engine Model: DDEC III 6V-92 Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Location: Starboard Drive Type: Direct Drive Engine Power: 625 HP Engine 2 Engine Brand: Detroit Year Built: 1997 Engine Model: DDEC III 6V-92 Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Location: Port Drive Type: Direct Drive Engine Power: 625 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (290 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: 1 (1000 Gallons) Holding Tanks: 1 (56 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 2 Number of double berths: 2 Number of cabins: 3 Number of heads: 2
Sonship 58 Pilothouse Syndicate Information
This fabulous syndicate is based on a Sonship which is certainly not just a standard 1996, 58′ Westbay.
She has been through a major refit in the last 2 years, which includes, new electronics, new dark finished wood interior throughout (a $60,000 upgrade), new granite, upgraded (a $30,000 update) entertainment system including IPad control integration and much much more. Mechanically checked out and maintained throughout the boat.
The owners have put over $250k in upgrades and improvements in the boat during that time. This was supposed to be their last boat, however, they decided to go larger, so someone will reap the benefits of tender loving care and major improvements.
This exciting fractional ownership prospect is managed by a professional syndicator who specialises in fractioning yachts in Canada.
$30,000/Less Charter Income