GIGHA BOATS ACTIVITY CENTRE
ISLE OF GIGHA
The sale of Gigha Boats Activity Centre provides an opportunity for the further development of an already well established BUSINESS on the Community Owned Isle of Gigha. The business hires a wide range of bicycles along with tag alongs, child buggies and child safety seats and a range of water sport equipment including single and double sit on top sea kayaks, a rowing boat, pedalo, stand up paddle boards, wet suits, snorkel mask and fins. A comprehensive range of safety equipment includes cycle safety helmets, life jackets and buoyancy aids. A safety RIB c/w Yamaha 8hp 4 stroke and a 58 plate Volkswagen Caddy van are included. Additionally a micro chandlery provides emergency spares for yachts/RIBs/dinghies, body boards, buckets, spades, crab lines and nets are also stocked.
The business is housed 70 metres from the Gigha Ferry slip in a purpose built shed approx. 7.7 by 4.7 metres with an adjacent fenced enclosure of similar dimensions for the water sports equipment.
The site is leased from the Isle of Gigha Heritage Trust, has direct access to Ardminish Bay via a gently sloping sandy beach and includes a 9 hole putting green. Scope to introduce wind surfing, dingy instruction, sea kayak instruction and trips or potentially scuba diving gives the business high potential for development.
If you are looking for a small business to develop along with a lifestyle change then this could be for you. Social Housing, either through the Trust or Fyne Homes, may be available. Opportunities to buy a self-build plot also exist.
Interested parties can view an extensive list of all items to be included in the sale as well as turnover figures by contacting the selling agents.
Please contact us on 01586 553737 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information.
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