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ranworthbreeze

School Share For Sale On Ranworth Breeze

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We have a School share for sale on Ranworth Breeze for the start of 2019 Season.

There are 20 owners in the boat syndicate each having a 5% share that gives two weeks allocation each year. Ranworth Breeze is a 2001 Birchwood 340AC that is moored at the Tingdene Marina at Brundall. 

The boat is the sea going specification with a Yanmar 210bhp diesel engine, trim tabs, bow thruster, full deck safety rails and side ladders. We do however limit the boat to just the Broads now.

The boat is fitted with a full canopy (new in 2010) that can be partially or fully let down for bridges or cruising.

Dual controls are standard in the boat. There is an aft double cabin with en-suite toilet/wet room, lounge with seating for 6 to 7 people; forward toilet/wet room a fully fitted galley that includes inbuilt gas oven and grill, gas hob and sink, the fridge is 12 volts. The forward seating/dinette converts into another double berth.

The heating is hot air diesel. 

School Share allocation dates for 2019 & 2020.

2019: 19/03/2019 & 06/08/2019

2020: 31/03/2020 & 18/08/2020

The Share is for sale at £5100.00

The Management Fees for 2019 have be paid by the selling owner. 

The 2020 allocation dates were drawn at the 2018 AGM in November.

Ranworth Breeze is now self-managed by the Management Committee that is made up of five of the owners voted on at the yearly AGM. 

The 2012 management fee was £700

The 2013 management fee was £500

The 2014 management fee was £600

The 2015 management fee was £700

The 2016 management fee was £600

The 2017 management fee was £500 

The 2018 management fee was £650

The 2019 management fee was £700

Prior to the start of the 2018 season the forward and lounge seating and the bow thruster were replaced as part of the winter service

Prior to the start of the 2019 season the heating is being replace and a power windlass (for the mud weight) is being fitted as well as the on-going improvements on the boat, these include the replacement of the bathing platform rubbing strips, VHF radio, all gelcoat repairs and compound and polishing of the hull as well as the standard winter service 

For more information please visit the Ranworth Breeze website or contact Alan Hood.

0114 247 0242 work

0114 265 0934 home

07768 342075 mobile

alan-hood@datex.co.uk

www.ranworthbreeze.co.uk

 

Regards

Alan

Alan Hood

Chairman & Trustee.

Ranworth Breeze Boat Syndicate

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Not that I'm a candidate to purchase but what is a "school share" (as opposed to an ordinary share)?

I've never come across the term before but maybe that because I've been out of the UK for 35 years apart from rare visits.

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It basically guarantees that the owner will always get weeks which are in the school holidays in their area.

 

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It basically guarantees that the owner will always get weeks which are in the school holidays in their area.
 


It does on some boats but on Ranworth Breeze I am not so sure. Best get Alan to to confirm.


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9 hours ago, Matt said:

 


It does on some boats but on Ranworth Breeze I am not so sure. Best get Alan to to confirm.


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Yes the owner gets one of the summer school holidays drawn out of the hat and gets a corresponding week from the beginning of March   into April.

Regards 

Alan

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