We have already told you about the “boat under management” phenomenon and all its benefits in this article. In a nutshell, how does it work? A shipowner buys a boat that he gives to a charter company, which guarantees him an income for a number of years, derived from renting out his boat. The shipowner can make use of its asset during certain periods and has not charged any management and mooring fees or charges.
At the end of the agreement between owner and management company, the boat returns to the availability of the owner who decides whether to sell it or keep it. The advantages for the owner are many, he does not have to take care of the boat, with the proceeds from management he can pay back the lease payments, he uses the boat whenever he wants.
Also certain are the benefits to the rental company, which does not have to finance the purchase but do its job: make it pay off by renting it out as many weeks as possible over a year. But charterers also have advantages: these boats are often better equipped, newer, more prestigious models than a boat used only for charter. This is because the boat is owned by an owner who also equips (and chooses) it for personal use. These are the mechanisms and benefits that benefit the three parties involved: shipowner, charter company, and party renting the boat.
Here are this month’s three boat under management offers (by three major charter companies, Spartivento, North Sardinia, Kiriacoulis). You will also find, by Iccrea BancaImpresa, the leasing purchase quote.