As interest in superyacht ownership continues to grow following the pandemic outbreak, as does demand for new builds. One of the safest, securest and luxurious ways to travel, more individuals are seeking out alternatives to sole-ownership, like fractional ownership. SeaNet Europe, one of the industry leaders in fractional yacht ownership, is known for its pioneering co-ownership models that offer the ideal middle ground between sole ownership and chartering. Its unique, dependable and variable co-ownership models take all owner’s unique needs and preferences in mind while reducing the overall cost. For potential owners keen to get out on the open waters sooner than, SeaNet Europe currently has shares in one new-build yacht available. Set to be delivered right before next summer, SeaNet Europe is offering two shares in the latest Oasis 40M from Italian builder Benetti. This 40.8-metre superyacht model is known for its innovative and flexible living concept, including spacious outdoor areas. Debuted in 2020 with the delivery of Rebeca, this superyacht standout features include a 90-square-metre main aft deck complete with an infinity pool and fold-down bulkheads that create an broad, open space that’s ideal for leisure and entertaining.
Co-owners are guaranteed usage of their yacht during peak European and Caribbean yachting seasons. This means they can enjoy weeks on board their yacht in the Mediterranean during the summer and in the Caribbean in the winter. Rather than wait another two or three years for a new build to be complete, potential co-owners can already head out and explore popular cruising grounds come summer next year and then soak up the sunshine in the Bahamas or St. Barts come winter. If co-owners are not interested in booking a double season, then SeaNet Europe also grants them the freedom to offer their weeks to other interested cruisers. An experienced custom yacht ownership firm, the company specialises in finding the perfect match for chartering next to overseeing and hiring the crew, yacht management and maintenance and more. Matty Zadnikar, CEO of SeaNet Europe, is an owner and captain himself and has ensured the company offers an all-round take on co-ownership.
SeaNet Europe currently has a six-year partnership with Azimut-Benetti Group and offers various co-ownership structures in several superyachts. This ranges from the popular Benetti Delfino 93 to the new Azimut Grande 35 metri. The company offers new and pre-owned co-ownership superyachts next to providing consultancy services, advice on yacht sales and more.