Retiring Cruise Ships Meet Retirees for Onboard Living
A global team of successful real estate development, maritime, marketing, sales and financial services executives have announced the launch of ItsAfloat (www.itsAfloat.com) - the “popular priced” cruise ship living ownership option.
Up to now, this has remained a virtually untapped market segment in the growing passenger cruise ship industry.
“We acquire, convert, market and sell transitioning cruise ships that meet our well researched criteria,” explained ItsAfloat Co-Founder and CEO Shannon Lee. “Our first-to-market approach leverages strategic partnerships and industry alliances, guaranteeing our investors and industry partners a low level of debt and risk, combined with an above industry return.
“We’re excited to offer our future residence owners an all-inclusive luxury ship board experience previously out of their financial reach.”
Although not the first to offer live-aboard cruise ship ownership, ItsAfloat’s differentiator is its targeted (and growing) robust market of retiring baby boomers seeking a more affordable cruise ship ownership lifestyle option. According to industry sources, the past two years has seen a 50 percent increase in baby boomers cruising.
ItsAfloat will also provide an exciting new option to the growing domestic U.S. and emerging market’s demands for vacation homes.
Launch plans call for a late Fall 2017 opening of its Miami-based sales office with sales offices in the U.K., Australia and Asia planned to open in 2018.
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