Rayglass 2500 TDI Diesel
You’re thinking of the family, of course.
If safe family sorties around the Hauraki Gulf are your idea of waterborne adventure, the Rayglass 2500 TDI could very well be the boat for you. Versatile, fast and dry, the 2500 cruises comfortably at 28 knots with a maximum speed in excess of 35 knots. That’s putting the family first.
Expression of interest
Indicative terms of the proposed offer
Indicative share price $26,900
Number of shares: up to 10 shares
An annual use charge and rules relating to the allocation of boat use will apply.
The Rayglass 2500 TDI travels loaded with almost every conceivable extra to ensure your boating experience is as luxurious as it is exciting. Overnighting or day tripping, it’s all aboard; triple bunk berth for’rd, a flush toilet, fridge freezer and underfloor chillybin, on-board bbq, plush seating, full electronic navigation, salt water washdown, and 16 rod holders. Better still, the boat comes with the knowledge that at the end of the day, someone else is looking after cleaning and maintenance. Off you go then. (And to think, for around the same amount of money you could own your own 15ft “tinny” outright, with none of the above).
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|BOAT TYPE||Rayglass 2500 TDI|
|ENGINE||260hp VW TDI|
|EQUIPMENT||Electric anchor winch, BBQ, sep toilet, hot/cold pressure water, 12 inch chart plotter / fishfinder, wash down pump, CD stereo.|
Ownaship Limited is seeking preliminary indications of interest in respect of an offer of ordinary shares in the capital of a boat-owning company. No money is currently being sought, and the shares cannot currently be applied for or acquired under the intended offer. If the offer is made, it will be made in accordance with the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013. Indications of interest may be made by emailing email@example.com or calling 09 360 2845. No indication of interest will involve an obligation or a commitment to acquire the shares. The company will be formed to purchase the boat, and establish a boat-owning scheme. Under the proposed offer the company will own the boat, and the shareholders will pay an annual use charge and will be entitled to use the boat in accordance with the rules of use.