Posts Tagged ‘Boat Sales’

Salvage Boat Sales – All You Need To Know!

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

Every single day there are boats that are abandoned, damaged or seized thanks to illegal activities of owners. When a ship is damaged in an accident, quite often the insurance agency will pay the owner of the vessel and then still be stuck with a boat that they did not use. And then being damaged, it is not easy to sell it of course. Everyone is sceptical of buying a boat which is damaged.

So often businesses such as catering companies and such individuals will visit the sale lifeboat to find excellent deals on boats majorly damaged. They then get the boat repaired, put on a fresh layer of paint, and what do you know – it sells for a good price now. So how is it that concerns you? It does affect you because the consumer is he who has paid the additional costs. In most cases, public is invited to participate in the recovery boat sales and so, can make their own purchases. If you have an opportunity to repair and make a bit of work, well -you could save a few thousand dollars.

Rescue boat sales usually notice by the media to inform the public. Be sure to research the models and vessels and have an idea of the values and types of repair that must be completed. In this way, you could do the same as the restoration business and keep thousands of people as your potntial clients. Sales of craft are ideal for people who love the sea and wish for a boat, but they cant afford the costs involved. These vessels are usually sold at a price much smaller which allows repairs and edits to be done to the boat for the return of normal order.

Another good method to get a boat or a luxury yacht is to make a visit to the rescue boat sales. Sometimes luxury boats were seized in illegal activities. These boats are then sold at auction to ta highest bidder, which would hopefully be you. In most cases these vessels would have cost the first owner thousands of dollars, but are being sold at a fraction of that price for various reasons. It is a definite win-win situation, the boats are usually large state so that minor repairs could be necessary.

One thing to consider when you buy a boat is to make sure you deal with the right agent. There are a few people who repait damages boats and pass them off as ‘used only for a week’ and such. Worst case scenario, antisocial elements also try and sell off stolen boats after a fresh coat of paint and a new identity has been given to the boat.

How To Choosing The Best Boat

Friday, December 4th, 2009

One type of boat that is very popular is the cruising boat. These boats have been built for cruising the open water and lakes, with pleasure being the only intent. Most cruisers will come equipped with at least one cabin that is great for overnight trips.

Another type of boat is the fishing boat. These boats are bought with the purpose of being used for fishing on fresh or saltwater. There will be less room on a fishing boat for passengers than there is on a cruising boat, however large fishing boats may have one cabin that is perfect for the longer fishing trip. If you’re an avid fisherman you’ll want to choose the fishing type boat over other types of boats.

Next kind of boat is the one built for speed. Best suited to adventure seekers and loving water sports such as waterskiing or wake boarding.

After deciding the kind of boat you want contemplate the size. Size matters in a lot of things. A bigger boat would have more room, and functionality with cabins, kitchen room, a head, and deck room. But it will also require more experience and higher budget. Those on shoe string budget and buying their first boat should carefully think and buy a boat which not suits their budget but is also easy to handle.

Another option could be to buy a second hand boat. This would allow you to have all the features that you want in your boat at a much lesser price. New boats do have the advantage of having all their warranties and guarantees. But you can solve this problem by buying from a reliable dealer who specialises in second hand boats or buy directly from the original owner.

There are many different models that you can choose from after you’ve decided on what type of boat you want to buy. You don’t always need to stick with the popular manufacturers of boats since brand name isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be.

No matter what type or size of boat that you decide to purchase, once you’ve decided to buy one you’re on your way to fun and adventure.