Seller Guides

Seller Guides

Based on my past experience this is how to insure you obtain the highest price in the least amount of time when selling your yacht.

1. Avoid overpricing your yacht.
1. Avoid overpricing your yacht.
1. Avoid overpricing your yacht.

1. Avoid overpricing your yacht.

This is the #1 reason yachts take so long to sell and I can show you the proof.We offer you a proven, effective marketing strategy including: Accurate Yacht Value Analysis. Multichannel marketing and promotion plans customized for your yacht. Pre-survey to avoid unexpected deal-killer's.These basic steps along with other proprietary methods have proven to save our clients thousands, or HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of dollars by avoiding months and months of expensive carrying costs (dockage insurance, maintenance, depreciation and other costly expenses.) (See Testimonials) Many yachts that end up floundering on the market for over 6 months to a year without an offer or significant activity have one or more of these situations preventing a successful sale because.... Condition or history problem that remains unresolved or not disclosed professionally. B. Started out improperly priced; usually without the guidance of an accurate market appraisal. Then the owner get’s caught re-pricing the yacht as they chase the market. C. Inaccurate or unprofessional listing pictures and information. You can’t believe how many million dollar yacht listings have throw-away camera photography or incomplete, inaccurate or just plain sub-par listing information. You deserve better.
2. Before you select your broker, ask him or her to share a written analysis of what yachts like yours actually are selling for along with an in-depth, comparative market analysis. This will save you a bundle. These are just a few of the basics:

2. Before you select your broker, ask him or her to share a written analysis of what yachts like yours actually are selling for along with an in-depth, comparative market analysis. This will save you a bundle. These are just a few of the basics:

Ask for a Yacht Value Analysis so you have fact based knowledge on what yachts like yours are selling for right now. Provide the broker with all maintenance and equipment improvement history along with the receipts if possible to add value. Perform any scheduled maintenance due so the buyer and their surveyor will know the yacht has been well-cared for. Give your yacht a through spring cleaning from top to bottom, inside and out. Detail all of the bilges, engine room, and lazarette areas. De-rust and paint if necessary. The yacht should look and smell fresh without overkill. Note: If there are candles burning in every room, or the smell of carpet fresh knocks you over when you enter any of the areas, it generally raises a warning flag to perspective buyers. Remove as many personal items as possible so the perspective buyers can see she is ready for them to bring their gear aboard and go.
2. Before you select your broker, ask him or her to share a written analysis of what yachts like yours actually are selling for along with an in-depth, comparative market analysis. This will save you a bundle. These are just a few of the basics:
2. Before you select your broker, ask him or her to share a written analysis of what yachts like yours actually are selling for along with an in-depth, comparative market analysis. This will save you a bundle. These are just a few of the basics:
Get in touch with someone that knows.
Get in touch with someone that knows.
Get in touch with someone that knows.

Get in touch with someone that knows.

If you simply call or email me, I’ll share 35+ years’ worth of proven strategies that will save you a boatload of time and money. But don’t trust me or any other broker you don’t know; ask to see their testimonials; here are mine.

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