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YACHT INVESTMENT OWNERSHIP PROGRAM

Investing in “floating assets” is fun. An example: The investor buys a sailing yacht and brings in around 20 percent equity. The property is available to a charter company for the next five years. The yacht should then be booked for at least 15 weeks per year. The loan can be financed from the income. The yacht is then sold again. The residual value after deducting the debt service is then earned money. The current low-interest-rate level also favors investment in “floating assets”. Those who want to invest in “floating luxury” do not necessarily have to calculate with high six- or even seven-figure sums. After all, you can get a sailing yacht twelve to fifteen meters in length for just under 200,000 euros.

Yacht Investment examples

DUFOUR CATAMARANS 48

LEOPARD 53 POWER CATAMARAN

Charter revenue at 22 charter weeks

176.500,00

Discounts, commissions and VAT

– 55.000,00

Yacht insurance

– 4.900,00

Berth fees

– 7.990,00

Annual survey, legal expenses, taxes

– 900,00

Maintenance costs

– 1.900,00

Service; up to

– 2.800,00

Spare parts and materials; up to

– 2.900,00

External services; up to

– 1.800,00

Annual service and repairs; up to

– 1.900,00

TOTAL NETTO INCOME (EURO)

 96.410,00

Charter revenue at 16 charter weeks

 248.200,00

Discounts, commissions and VAT

– 90.600,00

Yacht insurance

– 8.150,00

Berth fees

– 11.970,00

Annual survey, legal expenses, taxes

– 1.200,00

Maintenance costs

– 4.200,00

Service; up to

– 3.000,00

Spare parts and materials; up to

– 3.500,00

External services; up to

– 1.900,00

Annual service and repairs; up to

– 1.200,00

TOTAL NETTO INCOME (EURO)

122.480,00

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