ATAdel Fund s.r.o.



Have you always wanted to own your own boat, but simply dont have the time to use and maintain it all year round?

Atadel Fund offers a Yachting Investment Strategy – the ideal investment for the sailing enthusiast.

With what said before, what are the benefits of charter boat investment?

Yacht charter investment is ideal for those who are time poor, but love the idea of sailing their very own boat in some of the worlds finest cruising grounds. This popular investment opportunity gives you the freedom to sail your own boat when it suits you, and when you cant be onboard, it earns you an income and is professionally maintained!

Owning a charter boat is in many ways similar to owning a serviced apartment. Just as many serviced apartments are located in popular holiday destinations, externally managed for the owners and used personally by the owners at various times of the year, so is a charter boat.

Typically, a charter boat will be located in a popular tourist destination (such as the Nice, Barcelona or the Caribbean ), will be professionally managed and maintained by a charter boat operator who may have up to 30 boats within their fleet. The boat will usually be hired to holidaymakers for 150 days or more per annum.

Depending on the size and configuration of the boat, gross annual income generated by the boat will be between $100,000 and $180,000 with around 65% of that income ($65,000 to $120,000) expended in management fees and maintenance and around 35% ($35,000 to $60,000) remitted as a net income to the owner. These figures will fluctuate depending on the age of the boat (eg. new boats incur less repairs and maintenance etc).

So, when looking at charter boats for sale, its important to consider potential returns when deciding on the size of your investment. Whilst an older vessel may necessitate a lower initial payment, it will likely lead to more maintenance costs as time goes on. With that said, whatever option you decide to go for, charter boats are fantastic long-term investments that allow you to traverse the sea, while still making a profit.


The bareboat and crewed charter boat holiday industry is experiencing exciting growth in the Asia Pacific region. From its origins in the Mediterranean and Caribbean in the early 70s, the industry has flourished with charter fleets successfully operating from some of the worlds most beautiful sailing grounds.

Approximately 90 per cent of the boats operating in the charter fleets are not owned by the charter companies. They are owned by private individuals who operate their boats as a business to generate financial returns while also making use of their boat for regular holidays afloat.

The most common use for vessels in charter are week long sailing holidays commonly known as bareboat charters. Bareboatbasically means chartering a boat without crew, which is the most popular option for clients with sailing experience who want to explore a cruising area with their own friends or family at their own pace.

Often, vessels over 45 feet are chartered with a fully qualified crew allowing charter clients to sit back and relax while the crew guides them through their holiday.


Yachts can be chartered in areas such as Sydney Harbour, the Whitsundays, Fraser Island and Pittwater in Australia and other exotic cruising areas such as Tonga, Tahiti, New Caledonia, Phuket and Koh Samui in Thailand, Langkawi in Malaysia, Greece, Turkey and Croatia in the Mediterranean, and of course the ever popular islands of the Caribbean.


Throughout the charter fleets worldwide, it is a fact that catamarans are becoming the most popular charter boats. Apart from their  fantastic sailing performance, hiring a catamaran offers the following advantages over chartering a monohull:

            •          Firstly, you cant go past the abundance of extra space both above and below decks. Catamarans can comfortably accommodate up to 12 people depending on the boats size.

            •          Catamarans provide a stable platform while sailing and when anchored. You experience little to no heeling over when sailing, and when at anchor there is no rolling around in anchorages guaranteeing a peaceful nights sleep.

            •          Catamarans have a much shallower draft than monohulls which allows anchoring close to shore in the most protected anchorages accessible.

            •          Ease of handling if you can sail a monohull you can sail a catamaran. Most charter catamarans are set up with furling headsails and slab reefing mainsails with all lines running back to the helm station and cockpit. They also have two engines making manoeuvring even easier than monohulls.


The Atadel Fund team has worked with the charter boat  industry for over 25 years and understands the position of both the boat owner and the operator.

Like any relationship, the most important initial consideration is to find the right balance. Atadel Fund can assist you in sourcing and buying the right new or pre-owned multihull to fit into a charter fleet. We have close relationships with the most reputable charter companies to ensure your asset is well maintained and looked after at all times.

Buying a multihull for commercial operation is not a simple process, so we strongly recommend you take your time and complete a thorough due diligence process.

Please talk to our team for advice and more information.


Atadel Fund experience in the yacht charter industry will  assist you in making an informed decision with regard to the right  multihull brand, size, equipment, location and charter operator to  best suit the various regional industry conditions and hirer markets. These factors are very important in ensuring your charter investment experience is as enjoyable and successful as possible.

Statistics show that the power and sail catamarans built by French  manufacturer Fountaine Pajot are extremely popular for charter use due to their balance of performance, comfort, style and safety.

The construction and design of Fountaine Pajots sail range is ideally suited to charter. They boast an exceptional amount of interior and exterior living space, expansive sea views, modern galleys on the main deck (not buried down in the hulls), spacious cabins with private ensuites, and loads of natural ventilation and light. The helm stations are protected from the sun, and the large cockpits feature generous outdoor dining settings, lounges, BBQs, and fantastic swim platforms to maximise your outdoor entertaining and fun.

The Fountaine Pajot Motor Yachts (power catamarans) are also ideal for charter with their remarkably spacious interior design,  comfortable flybridge layouts, easy-to-handle twin engine controls, and are one of the most fuel efficient vessels in their class.


Understanding that a charter boat is a working asset which produces income, it is often seen by potential boat purchasers as an ideal assistedway to buy their boat as part of a long-term strategy.

During its charter life, the boat is being maintained by a professional charter boat operator, available for private use in an attractive destination and earning an income which is assisting in the financing or payment of the boat over the longer term.

Many owners of charter boats will keep their boats in these charter fleets for 5 to 8 years, prior to taking the boat back to their home port destination to be used as their private boat.

Buying a multihull for commercial operation is not a simple process, so please take the time to complete your due diligence. We strongly recommend you do not buy only on price and what you like personally: the boat is the business and must be a compromise to ensure the business succeeds.

As in any successful business, the people (charter operator and its team) plus the equipment (the boat), make the venture successful.

ATAdel Fund s.r.o.



Registration address: Karlovo náměstí 317/5, Nové Město, 120 00 Praha 2, Czech Republic
Registration number in the Commercial Register( IČO): 09242741.
The company is registered in the register of the Court of the City of Prague, section B, tab 332671.

Phone: +420 733 780 745

The registration number of the decision in the CNB : 2020/133984/CNB dated November 02, 2020.

The decision of the Czech People’s Bank (CNB) on the inclusion of ATAdel Fund s.r.o. in the CNB list and confirmation of the right to carry out asset management activities, in accordance with § 596 of the ZISIF letter and in accordance with § 15 of paragraph 1 of the ZISIF.

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