on 25 Jan 2024
Meros Yachtsharing has showcased its new, customised Sunseeker Meros Signature 95 at this month's boot Düsseldorf.
Forward-thinking yacht co-ownership company Meros Yachtsharing has made its presence felt at this year’s boot Düsseldorf yacht show, exhibiting the latest addition to its growing fleet: a brand new and highly customised Sunseeker Meros Signature 95, which will be available for the upcoming yachting season.
This brings the number of head-turning Sunseeker yachts in Meros’ fleet to three – two Sunseeker 95s and one slightly smaller, but perfectly formed Sunseeker 86.
The customisations on board the Sunseeker Meros Signature 95 include the modification of her bow to create a sheltered forward area for guests to enjoy, a total refresh of her paintwork to produce a cleaner, sportier and more modern finish, and the reconfiguration of her flybridge to make room for a bespoke spa bath, crane, jetski and generous entertaining space with heated seats and a BBQ.
Founded in 2019 by a German entrepreneur and experienced yacht owner, Meros presents a clear alternative to sole yacht ownership, whilst also standing alone as a unique option to have an all encompassing experience without the premium in cost. In its yacht-sharing model, the costs are shared in parallel to usage, thus providing a far more sustainable and affordable set-up than traditional ownership, as well as maximising the use of larger vessels.
Currently operating in Germany, Spain (the Balearic Islands), Malta and soon in the UK, the company is the sole providers of a co-ownership model for Sunseeker superyachts in Europe. As for the company’s growth so far, is effusive: “At Meros, we have enjoyed growth every year since our foundation – which is a testament both to our incredible team, and to the demand in the industry for what we have to offer. The launch of our second boat in 12 months is a clear sign of our success,” says Managing Director Georg Oehme. “Naturally, however, growth must be responsible, which is why we are always so environmentally conscious as a company. We have an increasing capacity to use HVO-100 fuel across all of our new yachts, working alongside Repsol for distribution and MTU Rolls Royce for research and development.”
The boats available through Meros’ Flexshare co-ownership model will cover 10 yachting hotspot locations spanning Mallorca to Sardinia, to France, Croatia, Greece, Turkey, and Dubai, with clients able to purchase a share and then enjoy a certain number of weeks in their desired locations. Participants can say goodbye to the typical hassle of bookings and unpredictable crew which can be associated with traditional charter experiences and enjoy true peace of mind out at sea. Also, sea toys are included as well as yacht management.
In addition, guests on board any of Meros’ yachts will benefit from a captain, deckhand, stewardess and first-class personal chef who will ensure that service, catering and the itinerary are managed to the highest possible standards.
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