About Boating Syndication Australia

The BSA team has a wealth of knowledge and experience and is focused on the boating requirements of our clients. That is why we already have a variety of luxury boat brands, styles and sizes in our fleet as well as various syndication structures. It is your boating choice, your lifestyle and we aim to deliver what you need.

After many years of managing and syndicating vessels, we fully understand the fundamentals of syndicated ownership. You are not only buying a share in a syndicated boat but complete peace of mind and a boating lifestyle that is totally stress and hassle free. You arrive at your boat to begin a day, a weekend or a week on board and your boat is exceptionally clean, fuelled, checked and ready to go. When you return, we are waiting to help you dock if you require. You simply step off and we take care of the rest.

We believe our service and our attitude to boating lifestyle is what keeps our clients coming back, again and again.

Why BSA?

BSA's boat share structure is designed to ensure that your asset - your boat - is always unencumbered and owned by the owners. BSA finances and structures the initial syndication between the owners but, once the syndicate is formed, we step back to become managers on your behalf. You own the boat. Should anything happen to BSA, you continue to own the boat.

Generally, you will find it is much more cost-effective to own a portion of a vessel than an entire vessel. How many times have you driven past a marina and seen all those boats sitting there doing nothing? All that money tied up in a depreciating asset. BSA ensures that the asset is maintained to the highest degree, allowing a good return on the initial equity invested, having entertainment while not breaking the bank.

BSA can facilitate boat syndications throughout Australia and New Zealand with two to 10 owners and we also manage various private vessels.

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