Luxury Yacht

HOW TO Purchase A SUPERYACHT!!! 72M “SOLO”





Owning a luxurious yacht is the desire of lots of, and achievable for more men and women than you may well think.
Some hectic organization homeowners just don’t have time to determine out the order process although, and so are set off checking out yacht possession owing to time constraints.

This sequence of films is built to choose the secret out of yacht possession, displaying not only the process concerned in shopping for a yacht but also the expenditures.

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30 comments

  1. I’ll keep my dream as a dream…😆😆😆

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  2. Step One: Realize It wont make you happier person to buy a superyacht.
    Step two: Celebrate that you are happy and contented without a superyacht.

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  3. I'll take it!

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  4. great video . just one question , does the owner has to carry more money while yatching ,for expenditure of the yatch like fuel and other stuff ,or is it done by the management comapany ? and what other things does the management company can handle ?

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  5. What if u draw a yacht design who and how do u sell your own yacht design may u make a video about it

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  6. Much smarter to rent / charter. Unless you are money laundering or spending money you stole (dictators / oligarchs and such)

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  7. 1: Talking about legal but yet no mention of a yacht's VAT status…
    2: Any commercial yachts over 500GT need to have a manager involved and would need the relevant documents on them including a Document of Compliance in order for them to be registered on an Operational Commercial Basis
    3: It is extremely hard for a charter company to make any profits… in fact its rare…

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  8. I would like to honor you for NOT saying, "SMASH THAT SUBSCRIBE BUTTON. "

    Which is absolutely becoming really annoying. Maybe it's turning into a meme?

    Thank you for having more class.

    Thanks

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  9. Just curious, the boat has a capacity of 18 crew…do they need all 18 to run the yacht? What happens if the owner wants to hire a security crew as well, does that mean you have to run with less crew?

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  10. Step One: Become a billionaire.

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  11. There’s lots of yacht videos – but few practical yacht videos. Well done. You provide valuable insight for those who need it.

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  12. Step one…Have money
    Step two…Spend money!

    Sounds pretty simple to me, except for the first step!

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  13. I thought Russian oligarchs were prevented to buy items in from western companies with things like the Magnitsky Act.  Are the sellers more interested in profit rather than selling to known criminals, murderers and obeying their local laws?

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  14. 4M seems a bit low to run an 18 crew vessel. Can't wait for you to own SOLO 🙂 I'll be in Antibes this coming Feb.

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  15. Great video.
    This is the first video I’ve seen that made me consider chartering my super yacht, if I ever get one.

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  16. If I willing to buy one no shoes and more toilets and high selling

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  17. Very interesting information.

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  18. You failed to cover just how to get them to accept a post dated chack.

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  19. sorry it should have been thank you for info this has help me out a lot🙂

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  20. Good video! Thanks!

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  21. Hi david, a very informative video in the series of buying different yachts on individual circumstances. A management company to oversee all aspect of the purchase and furthermore continue with the running of the yacht to ensure the crew, maintenance are looking after the buyers interest. Great video.

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  22. How many weeks in a year does a yacht like Solo get chartered? And does that rely upon both sailing the Med and Caribbean? Does the owner then have to use the boat in the off-season weeks rather than peak to be able to cover ownership costs?

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  23. You are so right in stating that buying a half million € is more difficult. However, you often mention charter income – could you do a video on how charter income is sourced for a 70m+ long M/Y.

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  24. @Yachts For Sale I really like your buying videos as they are very informative. What I miss there: who pays the broker? It is an expense the seller has to cover? What when I ask a broker to search for me for the right yacht?

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  25. Nice info

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  26. Are such yachts more generally registered and financed via COMPANIES rather than by INDIVIDUALS?

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  27. Do people or business consortium's buy yachts for the sole purpose of charting them out? It seems like it could be pretty profitable if you did the math right and bought the right boat. Also, I have noticed that it seems some owners will commission a yacht, only to turn around and sell it immediately. Are these owners the equivalent of a real estate developer?

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  28. You know there is more Small vessels that circumnavigate the world than those who own those Giant Super yachts ..True Fact

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  29. I swear the running costs for this yacht as compared to the cheaper one from before actually seems dare I say reasonable? Also the legal and survey costs seemed actually once again, reasonable? LOL

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  30. With large transactions like that the (hidden) wire fees are gut wrenching. Having recently had a super yacht size finance business transfer, I felt outraged at how much the banks thought they could charge for moving digits. With transactions on that scale you will usually have multiple banks involved and the rates were widely different. Since I wasn't paying the fees, I'm not sure why it upset me so much, but I know what goes on in the back end of banks, so seeing how much some banks skim made me wonder if the lawyers even bothered negotiating fees.

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