We work hand-in-hand with our clients to guide and advise on every single aspect
of the purchase. Ultimately, our goal is to ensure that the process is smooth and
STEP ONE: FINDING THE RIGHT YACHT
We begin by working with you to determine exactly what type of
yacht you’re interested in. The first and most important thing is to determine
all of your unique requirements, to help us find the perfect match:
- Are you interested in power or sail?
- Where do you plan to berth?
- What interior and exterior styling do you prefer?
- What length would you prefer?
- Where do you plan to cruise?
- How many guests do you need to accommodate?
- What is your preferred cabin layout?
- What range do you need?
- How many crew will you have on board?
- What tenders and toys would you like?
- Do you intend to offer the yacht for charter
- What is your budget?
STEP TWO: NARROWING THE SELECTION
Constant interaction with all levels of the industry ensures we have the most up
to date information on all yachts available for
purchase. We’ve also developed a unique database which enables us to keep
a detailed archive of all of the large yachts in
the world. We can cherry-pick owners to approach, even if their yacht is
not necessarily on the open market.
STEP THREE: HANDLING THE OFFER & PURCHASE
Once we’ve found the vessel that fits your needs
and a successful agreement has been reached, we assist in arranging sea trials and
surveys. We handle the myriad aspects of the negotiation phase and closing process
of the project. Our sales brokers work closely with our yacht management, legal
and construction teams, allowing them to call on the top technical and legal experts
in the industry throughout the survey and purchase process.
STEP FOUR: AFTER THE PURCHASE
Fraser Yachts will continue to add value to the process, remaining by your side
long after the ink on the contract has dried. We’re focused on providing yacht owners
with services that simplify the details associated with
yacht ownership, whether that be
yacht management, charter marketing
or crew placement.