Rayglass 3500

Arriving febuary 2019

The brand new Rayglass 3500 model is designed with Kiwi style  boating in mind. A lifestyle alternative to a seaside bach or motorhome, it ticks a whole lot of boxes.

Rayglass 3500 night shot

109,000

1/6 SHARE

Design features

After years of work, research and development Rayglass offers the local market a totally modern, practical design with plenty of appeal for Kiwi boaters. Using well-proven and well-tested technology the 3500 is instantly recognisable as a classic Rayglass with some additional clever styling, which is modern and edgy without being over the top. The result is a spacious saloon with a very social layout, a comfortable helm and a boat that can sleep up to seven.

Expression of interest

Indicative terms of the proposed offer
Indicative share price $104,000
Number of shares: up to six shares
An annual use charge and rules relating to the allocation of boat use will apply.

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THE SPECS

BOAT TYPE Rayglass 3500
ENGINE Twin Diesel VW 260hp
CABINS 2
SLEEPING CAPACITY 6
BATHROOMS 1
YEAR 2018
EQUIPMENT Diesel heater, inverter, wi-fi, solar panels, 16 inch Simrad Sounder, BBQ, fridge/freezer, additional drinks fridge, tender, hot/cold water

THE BOAT IN DETAIL

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Ownaship Limited is seeking preliminary indications of interest in respect of the following proposed offers, each 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 offers. If the offer(s) is made, it will be in accordance with the Financial Markets Conduct Act 201. Indications of interest may be made by emailing simon@ownaship.co.nz or calling 09 360 2845. No indication of interest will involve an obligation or a commitment to acquire the shares. In respect of each proposed offer, a company will be formed to purchase the boat, and establish a boat-owning scheme. Under each proposed offer, the respective 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.