Co-brokerage policy

AlphaOceanic  Co-brokerage policy

Our co-brokerage policy with all fellow brokers around the world in relation to the commissions and expenses is based strictly on a 50/50 basis.

This means that regardless the number of brokers or other individuals involved in a sale, the profits are split 50/50 between the broker introducing the boat and the broker introducing the buyer.

50% of the commission to the introducing the boat broker.
He undertakes to pay from his own share all of his commitments to possible third parties involved and expenses aroused in order to find the boat such as other brokers, mediators, informers, captains etc.

50% of the commission to the introducing the buyer broker.
He undertakes to pay from his own share all of his commitments to possible third parties involved and expenses aroused in order to find the buyer such as other brokers, mediators, informers, captains etc.

This is the clearest way to share profits avoiding suspicions, injustices and grey zones between the parties. Furthermore, the profit of each party is not affected at all in case the other party is not the sole broker having the boat/buyer, is not a CA, or has not direct contact with the seller/buyer.

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