If a member wishes to withdraw from a union, they would generally offer their share to the remaining partners before putting it up for sale elsewhere. However, a change of shareholders can sometimes lead to a sense of unease, so ideally, the remaining members of the union should have the right to refuse any potential partner if they consider it to be unfurleaed – within reasonable limits, of course. Sometimes an existing shareholder will offer to buy back replacement allowances or new allowances, giving himself a larger part of the boat and therefore giving him an additional allowance of sailing time, but it must be understood that in exchange for double the gliding, he would also be responsible for double the maintenance costs, unless it was otherwise agreed. Boat owners have been operating successful private unions for years and many swear it is the best way to participate in sport. Others were not so lucky. As with partnerships in each country, the fewer members in the group, the less likely you are to fail. In both cases, you should always consider the most pessimistic scenario when you create it first and create the rules. No annual maintenance, insurance or berthing costs – Modern boats, regularly replaced – Wide range of cruise areas in the UK and abroad Most standard UK yacht policies cover continental Europe from Brest to the Elbe, but these can also be easily extended to other destinations. Of course, it is possible to get coverage for global sailing, even if only a small number of suppliers offer it and the standard is to keep them informed of your location and your plans, so that the geographical limits of insurance move by boat. Following a major incident, a damage assessment will be required to determine the extent of the work required. The surveyor then usually works with the shipyard and approves the work in two or three key phases. In some cases, it is also feasible to combine different delivery methods.
For example, a boat in the Ionian Sea, on the western coast of Greece, was able to sail more than 800 miles to the south of France, then be taken less than 400 miles to La Rochelle, on the French Atlantic coast, before the end of the sea voyage. In this case, if the schedules permit and if the yacht is well equipped and in good condition, an experienced owner could complete the passages of the lake during the holiday period, so that only the relatively short delivery of the route must be paid. One of the best-known boat share companies, YFL, was founded in 1991 to offer special mediation for the exchange of shares in sailing yachts. The company sells used shares of existing groups, creates new union shares on 100% boats and can even supply new boats for potential partnerships. Although it sells shares worldwide, the main British territories covered by YFL are the Solent, the East Coast and the West Country. Abroad, he specializes in the Ionian and Aegean islands in Greece, with the Spanish island of Mallorca. The average share is for a 38-40ft boat that costs just under 15,000 $US per share. The size of the shares depends, to some extent, on the location. In the United Kingdom, third- or fourth-quarter equities are popular, while a ffth or sixth share is the norm abroad. However, YFL sells portions of boats under 30ft at more than 70ft and $1,500 to $300,000, which can meet all budgets. If you have a comprehensive policy, the ship must be accompanied by an evaluation. In some cases, it will be market value, but it is not always reflected in the money and time spent on the redevelopment of an older vessel or on replacing and modernizing equipment and systems.
In many cases, therefore, there will be coverage for an „agreed value.“ This is often the purchase price, plus the cost of renovation work and additional equipment. An agreed value can also be determined using a surveyor. Nevertheless, there are a number of light day boats, weekends and RIBs up to 32ft, light and narrow enough to ride