Having spent many years selling boats, I’d like to offer my thoughts and help you in the boat buying process. The first and probably most important thing, is to think about how you will use your new boat. Consider the following: location, crew, fishing, cruising, etc. Will you be overnighting on the boat? Will you be entertaining or fishing, maybe a combination of both? There is nothing worse than spending too much money or too little, only to find that the wrong boat is at your dock. So, we begin.
It’s safe to say I have seen many poorly-staged boats in the brokerage market since starting my yacht sales career in 1996. Our responsibility as listing agents representing a seller, is to advise on best practices and work to get the best offer possible. Below are a few critical areas where sellers can help themselves.
When the time comes to sell your boat, deciding whether to do so through a broker is an important choice. A broker can take a lot of the work out of the process for sellers and buyers alike. Certified brokers offer a layer of confidence and convenience to buying or selling your boat. With a reputation for success which stretches over more than 30 years, we know the process and how to get your boat sold quickly.