Archive for October, 2015

All IN One With Saveene!

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After a detailed due diligence on travel and leisure market needs,  Saveene’s management ca,e up with UNIQUE and COMPLETE package for it’s clients.

If you are looking for luxury but by a low price, Saveene is your choice!

At one place you can choose your villa located at few exotic locations and yacht to fulfill all your dreams.

Saveene offers to it’s clients:

* Fractional Yacht Ownership

* Fractional Real Estate Ownership and

* Yacht charter if you only want to part-time enjoy at salt water beauties.


All this is available for small investment, now mid class can enjoy like a high class, HASSLE FREE!!!

Inform more at and call us we are here for you!

Market overview: Canada

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Having weathered the economic storms that marked the beginning of this decade, Canadian marine equipment manufacturers enjoy comparatively smooth sailing these days, with a stable domestic market and a growing interest in developing export trade.

Following a short-term spike in 2010 and 2011 that was fuelled by the combination of an unusually strong Canadian dollar and extremely low interest rates, sales of new boats and marine engines have settled back to sustainable levels that are more in line with long-term averages.

The 2014 Canadian recreational Boating abstract published by NMMA Canada estimates retail sales of new boats and outboard engines at c$2.0bn, a 2.3% drop from 2013. However, personal watercraft sales for the same period were up by 3.9% in units and 5.4% in dollars, suggesting more of a market shift than an overall decline. Indeed, 2014 marked the fourth consecutive year of growth for the personal watercraft market in canada, both in terms of unit sales and total revenues.

NMMA Canada notes that total combined revenues for the recreational boating industry continue to hold at about c$8.9bn annually, representing a GDP contribution of about c$5bn. Viewed as a whole, the recreational boating industry in Canada represents approximately 1,300 marinas, 400 manufacturers, and thousands of firms involved with boat sales and service. Collectively, these companies employ nearly 70,000 people representing almost c$2.6bn in employment income.

Note: This is an excerpt of the latest report on the Canadian market that appeared in the October issue of IBI magazine. IBI Plus subscribers can download the full report from IBI Plus website.

US Boating Industry Overview

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A side-by-side comparison of 2006’s retail unit sales for new boats with the most recent numbers is confusing, especially when most industry analysts sound ecstatic about the current market. Almost everyone in the US industry, except the sailboat and sterndrive segments, see 2015 as the definitive recovery year, with expectations for sales in the high-single digits.

But the numbers are less than impressive. Aluminium fishing outboards, long touted as one of the comeback categories, stood at about 40% of 2005 unit sales in 2014. Fibreglass outboard deckboats reached about 55% of their 2005 numbers, and ski- and wakeboard boats stood at 56%.

The pontoon segment reached 92% of its pre- recession levels, making it the poster child of the recovery. The other strong performer, fibreglass outboards, made it to 67% last year. But categories with impressive pre-recession numbers are abysmal: Sterndrives are only 24% of 2005 levels, while fibreglass inboard boats are just 29%.

But there is a new normal, according to the leading analysts in the industry, one predicated on very different boat- buying patterns. “The industry is quite healthy in the segments that are doing well,” says Dustan McCoy, chairman and Ceo of Brunswick Corp. “in fact, we’re seeing a full-blown recovery. The big difference is that the consumer is making very different choices today than before the downturn.”

Note: This is an excerpt of the latest report on the US market report published in the June/July 2015 edition of IBI magazine. IBI Plus subscribers can download the report in full from IBI Plus website.

What Saveene Offers to Fractional Owners

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Fractional ownership is essentially partial ownership of a property. Fractional ownership allows several unconnected buyers to collectively share ownership of a specific property that usually forms part of a holiday resort, residential building or private members club. The purchaser owns part of the title and therefore, if the property appreciates in value then so does the owner’s share.


Under the Saveene Program, Fractional ownership is perfect for yacht owners who want the yachting experience with no hassles and no waste of their hard earned capital. We have owners in the Saveene Program who own 10% of a yacht through to 70%. Many purchase 10% of a yacht for their personal use and another 10% for business use including entertaining, corporate retreats, chartering, and hosting clients. Virtually all of our owners could afford to purchase the entire yacht outright, but do not want the waste that comes with letting a major asset sit idle in port and the hassle of management.

Some of the benefits of fractional yacht ownership are that you don’t have to personally take care of the maintenance, repairs, docking fees, insurance, storage, and staffing costs. Owners (Investors) choose a fractional approach to investment ,when they do not want to spend the amount of money required to own the entire asset . Also, the owners do not want all of the risk or hassle, that accompanies ownership of the entire asset. Saveene has pioneered the use of fractional ownership applied to a specific class of asset, the luxury yacht.

Fractional Ownership Became a Trend!

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After doing the math, some homeowners are set on fractions.

Fractional real-estate ownership differs somewhat from timeshares. It typically applies to high-end properties, and ownership is split among fewer people. Periods of annual usage are typically three to four weeks rather than one to two, and privileges may extend to more than one luxury property. Another draw is concierge-level services that a guest would receive at a luxury hotel.

Like deeded property owners, fractional owners can sell their stake, leave it in a will or put it in a trust. Fractional owners pay a share of property taxes as part of their annual dues, depending on the property, which also covers their concierge services and utilities. Some borrowers are able to write off mortgage interest on their taxes. On the down side, owners who want to make changes to the property are limited.

A number of other U.S. companies and developers offer fractional ownership, including Four Seasons, Fairmont and Ritz-Carlton, and their terms and requirements vary.


What’s New At Fractional Ownership Industry?

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For a while fractional ownership model is active at World’s Real Estate Market. Recently it has been expanded on yachts and jets.

Saveene has pioneered some of crucial advantages in this industry.

Saveenes advantages are as follows:

1. We offer a higher level of quality in upkeep and selection of luxury yachts and watercrafts with high end amenities under the industry average pricing.

2. Our marketing and advertising cost will be low due to outsourcing some of the work to Eastern Europe, but effective to minimize the cost and maximize the sales.

3. The company plans to implement a sophisticated web based management information system that will provide management with the tools necessary to track project results, manage its financial resources and otherwise maintain cost efficient and effective operations. As the company grows, it will from time to time, augment management information systems requiring the investment of sufficient time and educational commitments on the part of Management and its employee base to ensure timely and effective implementation of new and upgraded systems as they are brought online.

A yacht is used for pleasure voyages, where the voyage itself and the ship’s amenities are a part of the experience, as well as the different destinations along the way. Transportation is not the prime purpose, as yacht operate mostly on routes  that return passengers to their originating port, so the ports of call are usually in a specified region of a continent. Although often luxurious, yachts have characteristics that made them suitable for cruising, such as decent fuel consumption, shallow draught that allows them from entering shallow ports, non-enclosed weatherproof decks that are ideal for tropical weather, and designed to maximize passenger comfort

Cruising – yachting has become a major part of the tourism industry, accounting for U.S. The industry’s rapid growth has seen several new fractional operators spawn up in recent years and growing more aggressively since 2011, as well as others servicing European clientele. Europe is on a cusp of growth with just a couple of operators offering only “Mega Yacht” offerings for fractional buyers.

We are here to make your cruising even luxurious than it has ever been before.

Dream big, dream with Saveene!

Yachting Industry Unites for Cogs4Cancer 2015

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Following a highly successful 2014 campaign, members of the yachting industry are taking part in another ‘Cogs4Cancer’ cycling event this October to raise significant funds for cancer charities in the UK and France.

The 2015 Cogs4Cancer event will see industry professionals from various parts of the industry unite to cycle an even longer track in a bid to beat the impressive total of €286k raised last year. 24 riders will cycle an 850m track from Barcelona, Spain to Antibes, France in just 5 days.

This year’s team comprises of an array of people working in the yachting industry, ranging from those working at brokerage houses to marine services, to those working for the charities themselves and cycling professionals.

The yacht charter industry will be significantly represented at the charity event, with team comprising of Engineer Andy Worth from 62m/204ft Feadship yacht VIRGINIAN, Captain James Griffith of 66m/215ft Amels superyacht IMAGINE and Captain of 47m/154ft Heesen motor yacht RAASTA, Alan Griffith, lining up with 57m/189ft Royal Huisman sailing yacht TWIZZLE’s Captain, Gordon Percy.

Rihanna famously sported the green Cogs4Cancer wristbands on a yacht vacation last year, and celebrities including model Lily Aldridge have been showing their support for the charity bike ride with wristbands, as well as the World No.1 in men’s tennis Novak Djokovic and Formula 1 driver Jenson Button. Monaco’s HSH Prince Albert II has additionally shown his support, and will once again be sponsoring cyclist Adrian Long for the bike ride.

All money donated to the campaign – currently standing at a total of over €100,000 – will be divided between 4 charities carefully selected by the C4C team. They include Cancer Research UK, L’Archet Hospital (in Nice), Cancer Support Group 06 and Clinique Tzanck Wellbeing.

The main ride will begin on Monday 5 October and close with a finish party on 10 October 2015. To find out more about the cause and donating, please visit the Cogs4Cancer website.

Fractional Yacht Ownership With Saveene

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We are taking fractional yacht ownership orders for the 2016 season. Our prices are the lowest in the industry for fractional yacht ownership bar none!

For 2016 season we are offering fractional ownership of our 80 foot. The yacht sails from Fort Lauderdale Florida. Starting in 2017 plans are to add a second vessel to cruise from Santa Barbara California.

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Under the Saveene Program, Fractional ownership is perfect for yacht owners who want the yachting experience with no hassles and no waste of their hard earned capital. We have owners in the Saveene Program who own 10% of a yacht through to 70%. Many purchase 10% of a yacht for their personal use and another 10% for business use including entertaining, corporate retreats, chartering, and hosting clients. Virtually all of our owners could afford to purchase the entire yacht outright, but do not want the waste that comes with letting a major asset sit idle in port and the hassle of management. The most common misconception about fractional ownership is that it is a timeshare by another name. This is a mistake. With timeshare arrangements, you do not own a share in a property, merely the right to use that property for a set period of time. When your time runs out, you are left with nothing. With fractional ownership, you own the asset and receive a deeded title reflecting your ownership. If you desire, you can transfer or sell your asset whenever you want.



Stress- Free Ownership with Saveene!

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Buying a part-share in a holiday home abroad is simple, stress-free and profitable!

The old rules about buying second homes are being torn up and thrown out of the window. As of last month it no longer makes sense to own your own holiday homes. Making money out of your property abroad through fractional ownership is the next big thing.

In the United States, fractional ownership is the fastest-growing segment of the property market – and now it is catching on here.

Fractional ownership has been around for nearly 20 years but it has always been in the shadow of its evil cousin, Timeshare, a concept that makes everyone in the industry shudder. “We are nothing at all to do with timeshare,” insists, well, everyone in the fractional ownership business. Yet despite a long and convincing list of advantages over conventional property purchase, until now fractional ownership has accounted for a only tiny percentage of property sales for British citizens up. Until now.

Even the most cautious forecasters see prices in Spain and Portugal continuing to rise at about 5 per cent per year. So as well as being able to purchase a share in a property for a fraction of the cost of buying a house outright, the Dimbylows have already seen a 20 per cent capital appreciation on their investment in just two years.

Another big attraction is the fact that you are buying into property run by a management company. You don’t have to worry about what is happening to your home in your absence; you arrive to a clean, aired property with all the support you need.

So how can you get yourself a piece of a fractional property? Check out at

Sunny and share: the joys of fractional ownership

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In these troubled economic times, fractional ownership schemes have struck a chord with asset-hungry buyers.

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Pleasure and profit: fractional ownership gives owners good-value holidays while also helping them make some cash

Spending smartly through an economic crisis is a tricky feat; even more so when faced with the current snail’s pace of economic recovery. But while traditional business sectors struggle with back-to-back budget shortfalls, one developing industry bucking the downwards trend is that of syndicated or fractional ownership. Having cast a firm footprint on the world of luxury acquisitions, namely private jets and designer yachts, the investment concept is now making serious inroads into the property arena.

“Many private investors have been spooked by the euro crisis,” he says. “They recognise that the return of high inflation is a distinct possibility and are keen to transfer cash into assets, especially property. Shared ownership offers a potential solution: targeted coverage with reduced risk.”

As with any investment proposition, the proof of the pudding comes with measurable results.

Market expansion is also bringing with it much needed consumer legislation. Syndicated investments are a breed apart from conventional real estate purchases. Selling shares in a property is much more complex than a straightforward resale, with share promotion legalities and transfer duty issues to take into account, plus there’s the issue of planning a workable exit strategy. Like any emerging product there are good and bad examples – so specialist advice is essential.