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Ownaship expands again adding Maritimo to their growing list of offerings

by Melanie Webster 30 Sep 2019 00:16 PDT 30 September 2019
Maritimo X50 and M51 are the latest additions available through Ownaship © Fotomedia

Ownaship — New Zealand’s leading boat share company — are expanding again, adding authorised Maritimo sales consultant to their growing list of offerings.

The company now offers a full range of syndicated and sole ownership options in a variety of premium vessels, both mono and multihull.

Maritimo have been represented by Ownaship for several years within the syndication market, so the transition to whole boat sales was a logical next step for managing director Simon Barker, who has three Maritimo M51’s in syndication and another on order. “Maritimo are a leading luxury motoryacht provider, popular with Kiwi’s who appreciate the quality of construction and design, performance, strength of resale value, and of course the fact that they are manufactured in Australia”.

By expanding Ownaship’s offerings to include sole ownership the company has given its loyal client base more options, which Simon says is perfect for those shareholders who use syndication as a platform to sole ownership.

Ownaship will be at the Auckland on Water Boat Show this week with representatives on the Maritimo stand as well as on their joint stand with Multihull Solutions & Fountaine Pajot.

Ownaship will also have their most popular syndicate boat, the Rayglass 3500, on display.

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