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Discussion in 'Unique, Custom or New Yachts' started by Yacht News, Mar 18, 2010.

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  1. Betsemes

    Betsemes New Member

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    Don't own a yacht right now
    Just my opinion on aesthetics, I don't find these yachts ugly. I actually like them, but not to the point of wanting one.
  2. CNRules

    CNRules New Member

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    On a different aspect of the Yachtplus yachts -- does anyone know why two of the yachts are currently for sale on Yachtworld at drastically different prices -- one is offered at over $10 million ( built in 2009) and the other (a year newer, 2010) is offered at less than $8 million. I am surprised at the different prices, and that the latter one is offered so low -- $8 million is less than half of what the yacht was sold for to the initial fractional owners ( if they paid the advertised price on the Yachtplus website) and almost two-thirds lower than the prices currently offered on the Yachtplus website for fractional shares (in the aggregate). Anybody know what is going on with Yachtplus? Thanks -- CNRules
  3. Yacht News

    Yacht News YF News Editor

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    A glimpse at Ocean Sapphire in Cannes. The design of these Yacht Plus vessels are interesting....odd and interesting at the same time.

  4. olderboater

    olderboater Senior Member

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    As a follow up to this question from 7 years ago that was never responded to....

    I've seen many attempts to promote fractional ownership but it seems still there are very few boats owned this way. A couple of Florida brokers pushing it but from what I'm aware of still very few boats involved. So what have others of you observed, here and worldwide. Is it growing? Failing? Or has just reached it's level that it will likely stay?