Mega Yacht

HOW TO Get A Luxurious YACHT!!! PERSHING 80





Possessing a luxurious yacht is the aspiration of lots of, and achievable for additional people than you could feel.
Some hectic business enterprise house owners just you should not have time to determine out the acquire procedure though, and so are put off exploring yacht ownership because of to time constraints.

This series of movies is developed to take the thriller out of yacht possession, demonstrating not only the approach included in obtaining a yacht but also the prices.

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49 comments

  1. Boss video 👊

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  2. Hi David. Your videos on purchasing are an eye opener to all the complex details. Registry out of the eu definitely, having a good broker (the best) like you to guide me with marine lawyer, surveyor etc or a management company. Great video as always.

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  3. Just my personal view: Any M/Y that needs a captain is too big for (long) weekend use – I just dislike the idea of having crew on board. Frequent weekend use also eliminates chartering to off-set costs. A 50' M/Y is enough for most people, and I can take a 43' sail yacht anywhere with space for 4 in comfort on long trips (4-6 weeks).

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  4. This was one of the most informative yachts videos ever! This is the inside info, that I have been waiting for!! Bravo David, you knocked it out the park! (again!…)

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  5. Would you kindly do a video for an owner-operator of a smaller boat of maybe 40-60 feet?

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  6. And yes sometimes I do pilot by yachts my feet because they put the wheel so far away from the chair now I'm not moving on too fast when I do that I mean I wouldn't want full throttle and steering the yard with my feet but also my feet are a lot more dexterous than the average person

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  7. by the way another Joy of owning your own yacht is you can pilot it with your feet while in your bathrobe wearing bunny slippers

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  8. Now the reason why I said I would prefer to pay it out right is because I don't want to be in any banks pocket I don't like to carry a lot of that if I can help it and I do not finance that if I can afford to pay. Right I mean I like to have the pinks in the clear

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  9. You forgot about one thing food and fuel and other fluids the I will need such as if it has an internal cooling system antifreeze oil for the engines and what other chemicals that are needed on board make the run properlyplus if you're not going to be there it would be prudent for the captain to live on board mainly because a twelve-year-old myself would see that yard with no one on board and we be taking it for a joyride that's why I always would want some life on the iPad all time want to say some life a person on board that will be seen on board so no stupid kids want to take it for a joyride and believe me I was one of those stupid kids when I was younger

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  10. Now since you're financing wouldn't it be cheaper to pay it outright if you have the asking price and avoid the interest and no balloon payment at the end? Plus it's harder for a crooked repo Man to come and take it and say you didn't pay the notes even though you had it so it's electronically deposited in the proper account each month so you don't even have to produce check to the bank that holds the note on the yacht

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  11. 480 foot yacht it should be easy to find the yard that can dry docket for a day also do cut a few cost is if another vessel was going to be in the dry dock for one day and there was still gods of space in that same dry dock you and the other vessel can share the expense and maybe get away with $1500 a piece

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  12. I wonder why you haven't pointed out that you can avoid the v80 altogether if you make the yacht your primary residence. Have an excellent day 😀🛥️😀🛥️😀🛥️😀🛥️

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  13. Buy a 92 140 ft Pershing sell the large house and live on the Pershing and avoid the v. a. t tax.other way you can recoup allari cost is use it for about two to three weeks out of the year in charter for the rest

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  14. I like her she's style and speed very much but I wish Pershing would love the customer that use the material that the hall is made out of I am so skeptical of fiberglass composite great for the super structure but I think for a while large Pershing 70 ft on up, the hulls should be made out of either aluminum or steel. Have an excellent day David

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  15. Great series. Would it be possible to make a video from the perspective of an owner looking to put the yacht out on charter during part of the year in order to offset some of the running costs, or even make a small profit?
    As an accountant, the brain says no to yachting, but the heart screams YES!!!!

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  16. The Pershing 80 is nice but I'd prefere the Pershing 115 though… which looks allmost as sleak as a Mangusta 165 or a Leopard 46 or a Palmer Johnson 130

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  17. Great video. Thanks for the information. But, if the new owner wants to lease the boat out to gain some income to help cover the costs, how will that work? Tax benefits for USA owners but now you need a crew.

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  18. The reality of yacht ownership….

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  19. Excellent video. I also wondered about how to purchase a Yacht. You made it easy to follow(understand).
    I cant wait to see your next video on the Super Yachts . Great job and thank you.

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  20. My boat is an Oyster

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  21. Had no idea Putin was also a yacht broker.

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  22. Is it difficult to operate a boat like this or even bigger ones?

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  23. So in conclusion, become a marine lawyer, not a marine surveyor!

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  24. Too many middle men too own a yacht but if you have it too waste why not then sell it for a pile of 💰

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  25. I plan to purchase a yacht in the future but am not looking to charter it for the first few years. Will my cost for crew be higher than a yacht that will be chartered? Should I offer more so that I can compete with the charter yachts for the best crew members? There have been so many factors in my purchase that your videos have helped with. A lot of considerations I had not thought of have been answered. Unfortunately I still have many more questions before I decide to jump into ownership over a simple charter I can have my event coordinator book. I look forward to your thoughts.

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  26. Excellent video full of lots of very useful information! Great job.

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  27. Would it be possible to avoid VAT and lots of complications by having yachts owned by companies, and never sell the yacht, just the company that owns it?

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  28. Another stellar one David, well done.
    In your current experience, are the EU finance companies still offering their funding to yachts that are 20 years old or less, or has that been relaxed at all in certain circumstances/for certain yachts?

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  29. Let's say…a fictitious buyer wants to own a yacht and has £3.70 in disposable cash and lives with his mum and works part time at a Mcdonalds.
    Any advice for me…i mean the fictitious buyer?

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  30. This is absolutely the best boats and yachts channel on yt 👍👍

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  31. How much is the cost for the sale or buy broker?

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  32. Can you make a t shirt or mug that says, "my other boat is a lurssen."

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  33. Better to have a friend with one.

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  34. I really enjoyed this. One thing of note that I did not see is slip fees or costs associated with berthing in a marina. Currently I am about to close on a 41ft. Survey was $1,100, finance is 20 years at 6%, and Coast Guard docs and title transfer fees is $700. At the end of the day, I hate to use the word "affordable" when buying a yacht, but a reasonable sized yacht like the one I am purchasing puts the dream within reach and allows you to get a taste. As things get better and with time, maybe a Pershing 80 will be in the future….

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  35. Love the videos and the info but would love you to do a walk around to show them off

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  36. Good show, sir!

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  37. What about the depreciation costs, shouldn’t they be factored into the running costs?

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  38. I’ll have £167m tonight, I’ll be in touch 😜

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  39. making your money work for you! I like it.

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  40. At the end of the day money is the main factor and if no money no Yacht lol

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  41. great vid 👌 I m glad to have a trailer for slipping my 🚤 save my 💸

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  42. How to buy a luxury yacht. Uh, have a few million dollars at your disposal?

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  43. Great video David, and very informative. Thanks

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  44. I 100% agree for me Pershing is the best of this style of yachts and the 80 is most likely the best size as you can (if you are an experienced yachtie) use it with just some friends without the need of expensive crew aka fixed costs.

    Just loved that you took the Pershing as an example, btw the coffee from the 'I love big boats' mugs taste much better 🙂

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  45. can you made a video of where to keep a yacht,super yacht, mega yacht? and also which country is the best to register them?

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  46. Another fabulous episode. The snappy mixture of glamour shots, layout walkthroughs, cute graphics, and practical information make it both educational and a joy to watch as a cinema unto itself. You just keep getting better and more polished as a producer while keeping a down to earth personal presentation in an otherwise ostentatious subject matter. One can feel both the excitement and the prospective relaxation of indulging in this world of yachting.

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  47. 528th like.. thats me 😇👍🏻

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  48. Unless it's the law, there is nothing forcing a person to sign an MOA which is skewed to the vendor and broker. Just like real estate. I have bought a few houses in my time and I decide the terms to complete the contract. 24 hours is ridiculous. I would ask for at least 2 weeks and if the vendor and/or agent don't like it, I would walk. It's a lot of money and presumably the vendor has a good reason to sell.

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  49. You need to do a review on the new Azimut s10. Ever since it was unveiled I’ve been waiting for someone to do a review and tour

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