Yacht Charter Management San Diego
Start making your boat earn it’s keep!!
Why should I put my boat in Charter with West Coast Multihulls?
The West Coast Multihull Yacht Management Program (YMP) was designed specifically to benefit owners looking to defray the cost of a boat they can’t use all the time. Owning a boat in the YMP gives you the best of both worlds. The freedom to use your boat whenever you want; and benefiting you financially as WCM maintains and charters your boat. Our San Diego yacht management program gives you a monthly cash flow to help offset the cost of boat ownership.
Depending on use, our owners typically offset 50-100% of their costs.
And did you know you can have a substantial tax benefit by having your boat with West Coast’s San Diego yacht charter management program? Section 179 Federal Income Tax Deductions allow up to $250,000 in write-offs, plus standard deductions. Of course, you should consult your tax advisor for details related to your particular circumstances.
Need Another Great Reason?
The goal of our San Diego charter yacht management program is to market and reserve as many or as few weeks of charter as you like to either maximize earnings or simply cover basic costs. We professionally maintain your investment, and generate revenue too! When your boat is chartered, we maintain fuel levels, propane tanks, take regular inventory of all gear and go through a complete maintenance check list every time. Your boat will be cleaned and/or detailed before and after every charter. We clean and empty holding tanks and see to all maintenance issues as needed.
YOU DECIDE if you want your boat used for classes and/or bareboat charters, or only as a captained charter vessel.
A Few Examples: Three Boats
Seawind 1160: This owner was able to offset 100% of expenses while the boat was listed for sale. He and his family could still use it when they chose, and it cost them virtually nothing to moor or maintain.
Fountaine Pajot Saba 50: The owners will be taking delivery of this boat in France Spring of 2017, and then delivering it to the Caribbean via the Canary Islands. WCM will book crewed charters for this boat while it is in the Canaries, and later in the Caribbean. This Saba 50 will arrive in San Diego early 2018 and be available for classes and captained charters. This owner is looking to offset about 50% of their expenses.
Seawind 1160 Lite: This 1160 Lite will begin its West Coast life at Ensenada, where it will be available for captained charters out of Marina Coral Hotel & Resort. Arriving around Christmas 2016, Look for this boat to be available to charter in San Diego starting Spring of 2017. This owner may choose to offset nearly all of their expenses.