Menorca - Mahon |
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.
She boats 6 Berths in 3 Cabins plus crew.Her master stateroom is midships with island double berth, large panoramic windows either side of hull, seating area with twin sofas and a coffee table, contrasting sideboard opposite for storage, hanging wardrobe, various drawers for storage. Access thru to en-suite with large shower stall (with rain shower and separate handset), electric vacu-flush toilet and hand basin.Her VIP guest cabin is forwards with island double berth, high level storage cupboards either side of bed, emergency deck hatch, opening portlights and hanging wardrobe. Access thru to en-suite with large shower stall. Second access door to provide day heads access (and 3rd cabin access).Her twin bunk guest cabin to starboard with split-level beds and hanging locker.The lower dinette has seating with expanding table and storage cupboards and her lower galley comes with full-electric facilities; dishwasher, 4-burner ceramic hob, Smeg oven, stainless sink, large fridge and ample storage for provisions.In the main deck saloon there is U-shaped seating to port, expanding table, AV and drinks storage oppositeEquipment:2 x CAT 6 data cables to be run from remaining TV location to the console to help assist in networking the boat2 x Sockets in the Forward Guest Cabin to be combined (USB and Euro socket) in lieu of standard double socket.220V sockets – Euro 2 pinCAT 6 data cables to be run from the deck saloon TV and Apple TV to the console to help assist in networking the boatCCTV switch on console2Kw inverter system to be fitted to powers the AV, fridges and ice maker90 Metres of Galvanised 9.5mm anchor chainCeramic Hob 240V Plastimo touch control 4 ring 230V in the Galley Compass Swinging and adjustment with correction cardDeck Saloon Samsung 40” Television on a fall and rise system with Harmon Kardon Blueray/DVD/CD/Radio 2:1 cinema system with Bluetooth and Stereo flush mount speakers and SubwooferAdditional AC 220v double socketAdditional pair 10″ Oval Mooring Cleats fitted to the aft lower edge of the hull band facing aftAft Cockpit zone with Four Sonance Extreme Speakers with Sonos Connect and amplifier.Diamante or Sunbrella premium exterior upholstery upgradeDimmer switches on overhead interior lightingElectric canopy for aft cockpit in BlackElectric cooling unit for top loading cool box Coolmatic chiller in the Deck SaloonFender bar to be located inside the anchor lockerFexicovers to supply and fit metal tie clips in lieu of plastic.Flexible arm Polished Chrome reading lightsFlexicovers to bow sunbathing cushion with an additional track to be located on the front edge of the bow sunbathing cushion.Flexicovers to supply a black mesh cover for each sunroof glass panelFlexicovers to supply an additional solid one piece windscreen cover in (WHITE). (No solid cover required for the upper saloon windows).Folding Stainless steel bathing ladder stowed under a GRP lid.Fore Deck zone with Two 4” Speakers and Sonos Connect amplifier.Forward cabin 22” Television only 2. Starboard Cabin 22” Television.Aft docking stationAir conditioning European specification – 68,000BTUAir Horn upgradeApple 4th generation TV to be connected to the Deck Saloon and Lower saloon TVAutopilot system with Simrad QS80 pilot controllerBow Sunbathing Cushions with folding back rests in Sunbrella – Charcoal GreyBow Thruster – Sleipner Side-Power SEP170/250T-24V – 10.7hp 2 CV 561Camera monitoring and docking system Carbon fibre effect console panelsLewmar Anchor winch Stern docking WinchesLiferaft 8 Man Canister in cockpit storage space (Ocean ISO9650 RAF0125 24hr)Simrad Halo 4 Pulse Compression Radar 64nm 4 foot open array radar scanner.Simrad IS40 Speed/Depth Instrument with fishfinder Sounder module and depth/speed/temperature transducerSimrad VHF Radio with DSC function.Simrad wind meter (110WX Weather Station) to be supplied and fittedSleipner 5 hull stabiliser unit with Vector FinSocket located and the top of the Deck Saloon stairway to be a combined double socket (USB and Euro Socket)Sonos Connect amplifier connected to the cabin AV system.Fresh water deck wash system with outlets fwd and aft including hose kitMiele 220V Slimline Dishwasher in the GalleyMulti Alert Security and Monitoring System – Intruder, Fire, smoke, bilge flood, shore power loss, personal attack and MOBPair of Retractable Cleats for tender on port and stbd corners of platform.Quick Audrey in the Master Forward and Starboard CabinRadar Chair to be supplied in Black in lieu of the standard WhiteRear Camper with windows in Sunbrella Plus – Jet Black 5032Refrigerator Waeco CR50 fitted in wet bar in the CockpitSanshin Twin Beam remote controlled Searchlight to be located onto the bow pulpit noseSealand 8600 series 24V toiletFresh water marina connection pressure regulatorGeneral Ecology QC1 Nature Pure in-line system with spare cartridgeGenerator Onan 13kw 50Hz – 13MDKDPGlendinning CablemasterHand Bilge Pump systemHand held swimming shower – Whale twisterHardtop outboard sides to be kept clear for the future fitment of a satellite systemHob Extractor fan Bosch in the Galley. Integrated microwave oven – Smeg in the GalleyIcemaker Vitrifrigo in the Cockpit.Infrared dome camera and two engine view infrared room camerasInstrument Cover for the Helm Station in Stamoid Light – WhiteSecond Shaft drive throttles, Thuster control, Multi panel and horn Simrad Class B Transponder.Simrad Go-Free wireless bridge to control the NSS from your iPad or iPhone.Hydraulic 3 stage Gangway in S/Steel with teak walkwayHydraulically lifting platform with maximum lift capacity of 450kgLow level LED cockpit lights in WhiteLow level LED side deck lights 8 per side in WhiteLower Saloon 22” Television with Fusion Head unit and stereo speakersMaster Cabin Samsung 40” Television with Harmon Kardon Blueray/DVD/CD/Radio with Bluetooth and Stereo flush mount speakers.Spot Light to be located on the pulpit bow rail in lieu of the standard locatioStainless steel ensign staff and socket.Stainless steel LED interior overhead lightingStarboard Guest cabin socket to be combined (USB and Euro Socket) • in lieu of standard double socketStern Thruster – Sleipner Side-Power SEP100/185-24V IP – 8.4hpTender recovery roller system for Williams R IB Turbojet 325Teppanyaki plate to be fitted in lieu of the Marine Electric BBQ Grill in the aft cockpitThe additional AC 220v double socket to be fitted in the aft cockpit above wetbarTwo Simrad evo colour 16″ Multifunction touch screen Chart Plotter displays with Simrad GPSTwo Stern Docking LightsUltra Anchor UA35 and swivel to be fitted in lieu of standard DeltaUnderwater lights Lumishore TIX202 LED x 4 in WhiteVolvo Penta single 7″ Colour display for shaft enginesWaeco Coolmatic Refrigerator with freezer compartment in the Galley.Washing machine to be fitted in lieu of crew toiletWater Maker HRO Seafari 140 lt per hour (SFM 900 -1) including pre filter, freshwater flush and oil/water separatorWater purifier for ice maker Windscreen Cover in Black MeshThe zoning audio to be linked to the Deck Saloon AV system via Sonos Connect with one iPad mini supplied for control of the zones through a Sonos App.Thermal imaging Camera to be located onto the Radar chair in the Spot Light location
Sunseeker Predator 57 Syndicate Information
This is the fifth yacht run by this extremely experienced syndicator in Menorca, Pedros Boat really do provide a complete turnkey boating environment. Add this stunning yacht to the mix and you have the perfect solution. This yacht is fully matriculation and IVA tax paid meaning Spanish residents and Spanish Nationals can co-own her too.
This really is a fantastic opportunity to co-own an award winning highly specified Predator 57 with fin stabilisers. There has been no expense spared when equipping her which makes her a unique and rare find. She is stunningly crafted to perfectly balance style with practicality with speeds of up to 32 knots, she cuts a sharp, impressive figure on the open water. Add her exemplary sea keeping and you truly do have unmatched agility. The electronic sliding roof and large cockpit doors open up the saloon effortlessly providing more social spaces to relax in. Her garage and hydraulic platform provide a means for having a Williams and/or jetski. This syndicate is made up of 3 shareholders each enjoying up to 16 weeks use a year each. The owners are all British and there is an even spread of retirees and parents with school age children.Having a Capt available at all times means this yacht can literally come to your local beach to pick you up if Mahon doesn’t appeal! This syndicate is a Fractional Association Platinum Member, working to the association’s Code of Conduct and fulfil their Maintenance Management criteria. This includes an owners’ website for the selection of their weeks, a communication forum and real time access to the management accounts.
16 weeks per annum (1/3rd Share)
6 (plus 1 crew)