With a clear picture of what you want from your superyacht, we will compile a shortlist and help you narrow down the search, ultimately arriving at a final decision on the best-fitting vessel for you. The next step is to begin negotiations on price, which are subject to the standard caveats associated with a yacht purchase, as well as a final Memorandum of Agreement (MoA).
In most cases, a brokerage yacht is sold Subject to Sea Trial and Survey, and so this is the time to bring in experts in their field to assess the technicalities and complex structures which are part of yacht ownership. Whether that’s a marine lawyer, a tax advisor, or a survey engineer, TJB Super Yachts will liaise with the relevant parties making the entire process streamlined and efficient.
It may be that you are considering either a partial or complete re-fit of your new yacht, and so logistical, financial and design considerations will need to be considered and advised upon beforehand. Consultation with refit shipyards and engineers may be necessary before closing the deal.