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TRNCVaughan


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20/03/2010 15:06

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Octopus Aquapark in Catalkoy is looking for a British working partner to take over 50% of the business.

Must be willing to invest 25k and be prepared to get physically involved.



Contact Billy on 0533 865 8314



Maz


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20/03/2010 19:53

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Could be just the job for you 'Vaughan' - mucking about with water. I am afraid that I am short of a few bob, and not keen to be a partner in anything out here (except marriage).

Hope they get someone as this used to be a fab place.



Lazy days


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20/03/2010 20:55

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Why is is changing hands so often ???



cooper


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20/03/2010 20:59

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Maybe the bags are heavy )



birdyblaster


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20/03/2010 21:15

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50% of the business.sounds great.what business is there .what will i spend 25k on in there?does the place need 25k spending on it to make it more attrative to the eye?didnt the place reopen late last year? it looks a nice place,who would be the other 50% business partner in the place.after running costs how long do you think it will take to see a return on 25k? why is it only a english or british working partner wanted,isnt that a little racist?or is there something special about wanting a english person there?looking at the place i think it will take around 5000 pounds a month to keep that place open with staff and electricity and chemicals for the pool,plus staff wages,life guard,cleaners,bar staff,kitchen staff,my wages,the other 50% partners wages,is it a viable business?might be better to demolish it and build 3 blocks or 3 blocks of low rise bedsits ,maybe 50 or 100 in total to rent to staff for hotels and other workers,cheap accomadation.that is what is needed here.



birdyblaster


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20/03/2010 21:15

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cont



cheap workers accomadation,now i would like to get involved in that project.



Maz


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20/03/2010 21:21

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There could be a genuine reason behind all this, and maybe one should ring the number that Vaughan gave in message 1. It was a shame it closed, but it was closed for ages. However, the Lapta Aqua Park seems to be doing O.K. (I say 'seem' because I don 't realy know) so perhaps there is room for Catalkoy to work with the increasing number of people that end.



Really don't know. SPOT used it for a fund raising day for a couple of years.



As I say, the person to talk to is the guy who is looking for a partner.All the rest is supposition. As I say, I can'tg afford it, and am too lazy to get involved in all the stress!



birdyblaster


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20/03/2010 21:25

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lapta has more younger people so works well there,catalkoy,well i can just imagine it now,like a scene out of the film cocoon when they where all in the pool,or was it the fountain of youth?. personally i have my reservations about it as a viable business,but only my opinion.i think 25k will end up 50k by november with a sore head.



birdyblaster


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20/03/2010 21:26

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mariab. go on girl.another 3 posts and you hit the 1000.i think your computer has got a stutter.



TRNCVaughan


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25/03/2010 12:09

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BTT.......................................................



TRNCVaughan


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26/03/2010 14:15

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BTT.......................................



Tenakoutou



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26/03/2010 14:56

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One would really want to know what debts, if any, the company is already burdened with - one's money could 'disappear like snow on a summer's day' - but, no worries: 'This is Cyprus!'



TRNCVaughan


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26/03/2010 15:20

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If you are really interested, ring Billy.

If you are just kicking tyres...................



Maz


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26/03/2010 22:47

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My computer haS A stutter? Never! Its the flying flingers! Too fat for the small keys, and too fast for accuracy. I type as fast as I talk and make mistakes in both!



Sorry about that!



So what I want to know is anyone going to dive into this business opportunity and make a swimming success of it?



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