I'm sorry to say that the Sailor V co-ownership syndicate no longer exists.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sailor V forms the basis for a boat-share (boat share, boatshare) co-ownership syndicate on the French inland waterways (in France, on the French canals). Boat-share (boat share, boatshare) co-ownership syndicates in France work a bit like time share except that, in boat-share (boat share, boatshare) co-ownership syndicates, shareholders actually own part of the asset and members of boat-share (boat share, boatshare) co-ownership syndicates receive their share of the proceeds when the asset (boat) is sold. Our boat-share (boat share, boatshare) co-ownership syndicates on the French inland waterways (in France, on the French canals) run for a minimum of 10 years and at the end of this period members have the option of dissolving the boat-share (boat share, boatshare) co-ownership syndicate and selling the boat and distributing the proceeds among themselves according to the number of shares they hold or keeping the boat-share (boat share, boatshare) co-ownership syndicate running.
What is the difference between boat hire and boat share, or boatshare or boat-share, as it is sometime written whether in France on the French rivers and canals (inland waterways) or somewhere else? In the first case it is a matter of hiring or renting a boat, say, in France on the French rivers and canals (inland waterways) that belongs to someone else. With boat share, or boatshare or boat-share, a group of co-owners form a syndicate – hence the expression co-ownership syndicate – and buy a boat between them with a view to sharing costs.
Then the fact is it makes no essential difference whether the boat hire or boat share, boatshare or boat-share, boat is in France on the French rivers and canals (inland waterways) or somewhere else. The principles are the same. With boat share, boatshare or boat-share, in France on the French rivers and canals (inland waterways) or somewhere else, the syndicate members or shareholders do avtually own part of the basic asset. In this boat share, boatshare or boat-share, in France on the French rivers and canals (inland waterways) or somewhere else differs from time-share where the members only own the right to use an asset rather than owning part of the asset itself. This is a vital distinction.
JAJA forms the basis for a boat-share (boat share, boatshare) co-ownership syndicate on the French inland waterways on the French inland waterways (in France, on the French canals). Boat-share (boat share, boatshare) co-ownership syndicates in France work a bit like time share except that, in boat-share (boat share, boatshare) co-ownership syndicates, shareholders actually own part of the asset and members of boat-share (boat share, boatshare) co-ownership syndicates receive their share of the proceeds when the asset (boat) is sold. Our boat-share (boat share, boatshare) co-ownership syndicates run for a minimum of 10 years and at the end of this period members have the option of dissolving the boat-share (boat share, boatshare) co-ownership syndicate and selling the boat and distributing the proceeds among themselves according to the number of shares they hold or keeping the boat-share (boat share, boatshare) co-ownership syndicate running.