THE CHARTER MANAGEMENT PROGRAM – base marina Tankerkomerc Zadar „Sunturist charter d.o.o.“
The Charter management program is the simplest and “most painfree” way of supplying a new boat that will pay for itself over a period of just 7 years from charter incomes, with the aim of returning the invested capital to the owner and lowering the current costs as well as optimising boat maintenance costs. Should you already be a boat owner, this is a way of lowering and optimizing costs as well as a way of earning extra income.
You will have the boat at your disposal for 2-3 weeks during the season and the rest of the time the vessel will be used for charter bringing an income that covers the costs of mooring, maintenance and insurance as well as part of the initial investment in the vessel.
The Charter management program is ideal for you if any of the following questions concern you:
- You need help in choosing the boat to buy?
- You need help in deciding the way of financing the boat you intend buying?
- You are already a boat owner and do not have a mooring for it?
- You do not have a technical knowledge for the maintenance of your vessel?
Depending on the buyer’s interest, we can offer a number of ways for them to purchase a vessel. Therefore, clients can purchase a vessel in cash, by means of a loan or through leasing.
Purchasing through leasing is a way of buying through rental. The user of the leasing pays monthly instalments for the vessel in leasing that does not yet belong to him. After termination of leasing, the user can have the option of buying the remaining value of the boat although this is not obligatory.
We can advise you regarding types of leasing, possibilities of use and supply you with accountant and tax details regarding leasing. We can also recommend our partner leasing houses that will willingly help you to accomplish your dreams.
The vessel’s gross incomes make a total income sum of charter weeks based on the pricelist, less the discount given to the client.
The gross income of renting a vessel is divided according to the following principle:
- 65% in favour of the vessel’s owner, that is the financing bearer (investor)
- 35% in favour of the charter company.
With 35% of gross income the company covers all agency commissions for the completed booking, marketing costs (promotions, advertising, visits to trade-fairs and similar), costs of guest check in and check out of the base as well as all technical costs at the base including winter maintenance and regular boat maintenance during the charter season.
From his 65 % of income, the boat’s owner (financing bearer) is required to pay an annual mooring fee, preparations of the vessel for the season, boat insurance, consumable material, an annuity to the bank or leasing house and any other administrative costs.