As the number of people looking to charter a yacht for a holiday is growing, so the costs will likely come down in the next few years. However, if you would prefer not having to wait for the prices to come down a range that is affordable to you. Then of course it is worth considering investing in a scheme where you become part owner of such a vessel.
Just as with the resort ownership schemes you pay a one off fee that allows you the opportunity to use the yacht for a number of weeks each year at the same time. The fee that you pay initially results in you actually becoming a part owner of a yacht rather than owning it outright. But as a result of this you will find that the costs you then pay towards the upkeep of the yacht along with the mooring fees and insurance are reduced quite substantially as well.
However, if you are thinking about this way of being able to own a yacht just as with resort ownership you need to consider a number of factors first. Below we take a look at what some of these are.
Factor 1 – Are you willing to use the vessel at the same time each and travel to the same location? If you are then of course this is the ideal way for you to become the proud owner of a yacht for a lot less money.
Factor 2 – What sort of yacht is it you would like to charter? This will actually be something that is based on your level of sailing skills. For those who are experienced sailors then a single hull vessel would be fine. However, if you have little sailing experience and want to improve on what you have then opting for a catamaran would be better.