Many Australians prefer to spend as much time on the water as they can. They may rent or hire boats to take them wherever they desire or may consider ownership at some point. If you’re on the fence about owning a vessel, you may have been listening to all the scary stories that previous owners have. Instead of thinking that your only choices are to rent or have daily headaches with owning, you may want to consider a boat share in Sydney Harbour. The problem with full ownership is that you rarely get to use the vessel more than a month or so out of the year.
With a boat share in Sydney Harbour, you and seven others own the ship. With eight full members and 365 days a year, it averages out to about 45 days of use. Shockingly, most owners only get about that much time throughout the year anyway. They have to work and maintain their ship, which takes more time than they realise. With a syndicate program, you don’t have to deal with all that. You just walk on and start sailing, returning at your allotted time and walk off. The management handles the rest.
At Luxury Boat Syndicates, they realise that you don’t want all the hassles of ownership, which is probably why you don’t currently own a vessel. Even those who have own boats in the past have turned to them because it’s more cost-effective and easier to handle all the extras, such as fuel, storage, and insurance. You’ll quickly forget about all your troubles when you step onto your ship and enjoy time with your friends or family. A boat share in Sydney Harbour gives you the chance to experience the boating lifestyle without all the hassles it usually brings.