SeaNet Europe brings yacht co-ownership to this year's Cannes and Monaco Yacht Shows
As the global sharing economy continues to thrive and attracts a growing number of current yacht owners and those seeking to move away from the cost and hassle of chartering to having a yacht of their own, SeaNet Europe is cementing its position in the market with a significant presence at this year’s Cannes and Monaco Yacht Shows.
SeaNet offers a unique yacht co-ownership model thanks to its global partnership with Azimut-Benetti that is based on three cornerstones: a 75 per cent reduction in the initial yacht purchase price and yearly running costs; guaranteed usage during the peak European and Caribbean yachting seasons; and completely hassle-free ownership with comprehensive SeaNet management and concierge services and this based on full cost transparency.
This model has enabled SeaNet to become a market leader in yacht co-ownership and they will be at this year’s main European yacht shows to discuss their model and share future plans, including SeaNet’s 2019 presence at the Singapore Yacht Show which will signal the entry of SeaNet into the Asian market.
SeaNet Europe’s success is driven by CEO and fellow yacht owner Matty Zadnikar who wanted to offer owners such as himself the opportunity to have all the benefits of having a superyacht but without any of the hassles of crew management, maintenance and a significant reduction in initial investment and annual running costs. Matty’s business ethos of honesty, transparency and trust is reflected in the SeaNet model which ensures that every element of the SeaNet process is clearly laid out to provide owners with a direct path to the ultimate yachting journey.
Whether it’s a 29 metre Benetti Delfino 95 or the new 41 metre Benetti Oasis 135, SeaNet offers owners the ultimate all encompassing yachting experience, from design and build right through to concierge services and itineraries. Visit its stands at Cannes and Monaco to find out how you can become a SeaNet yacht owner without the stress and hassle of managing crews and maintenance, but with the reduced initial investment and annual running costs that makes SeaNet the best option for those seeking to own a luxury Azimut-Benetti Yacht.
CEO Matty Zadnikar comments, “The great thing about SeaNet is that it is opening up the world of yacht ownership, it is complimenting the current offering not detracting from it. SeaNet is a great opportunity that appeals to those who have dipped their toe into chartering yachts but are wary of ownership. It also appeals to those who have owned yachts in the past (such as myself) but want to reduce the hassle of management, the annual running costs and maximise their time spent on-board. As a yacht owner who has built my own yachts, I am able to guide those owners who want to build a yacht but are hesitant due to the complicated, potentially overwhelming process that is required. Having been through the process myself, I am able to share my knowledge and experience and guide owners to ensure that they have the best end product possible. I am already doing this for an owner with an Azimut Grande 35M in-build and we are almost in the final stage to sign the contract for a new build Benetti 41M.”