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How to Present your yacht

Presentation is the second most important factor in determining the sale of your yacht and it is often overlooked and underrated. As you know, you just have one chan...

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How to Negotiate The Sale of Your Yacht

Throughout the entire process of marketing and selling your yacht, the negotiation phase is, by far, the one area that will substantially impact the final selling pr...

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Coming Soon: Mangusta 92 ‘DELHIA’

New Listing Coming Soon! 2003 Mangusta 92 ‘DELHIA’

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Coming Soon: Leopard 27m ‘TENDER TO’ is proud to announce the Central Listing of the 2005 Leopard 27m ‘TENDER TO’. Refit in 2013

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Coming Soon: Sunreef 70 Power Catamaran ‘SEAWEED’

New Central Listing Coming Soon! is proud to announce the Central Listing of the 2011 Sunreef Power Catamaran ‘SEAWEED’!

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Coming Soon: Curvelle Quaranta Superyacht Catamaran! is proud to announce the Central Listing of the award winning
2013 Curvelle QUARANTA Superyacht Catamaran!

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Coming Soon: 2012 Pershing 92 ‘DORIS’

If you’re looking for a performance yacht that is elegant, fast, and in extremely good condition, then this Pershing 92 might be the yacht you are looking for! ...

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2017 Sanlorenzo SL106 For Sale!

Following the recent sale of the 2011 Sanlorenzo SL104 “LE GYPSY” has been appointed the worldwide Central Agent for...

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2011 Pershing 72 'OFF' Part Exchanged

This 72 foot Pershing yacht was part exchanged with a renowed shipyard which enabled the owner to negotiate a great deal, with ...

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Do you remember why you start yachting?

as a yacht owner, you have probably worked hard to reach the level you are at right now.

you originally went into yachting to release stress and have a great time on the water.


Now, let’s be honest.
Selling a yacht can be a pain.

You’re carrying all the expenses; berthing, maintenance, crew, insurance, etc. and on top of this, a brokerage firm is asking a lot of money to help you sell it.

So naturally when a broker asks you for a commission, you don’t feel it’s appropriate in exchange for the amount of effort they will make to sell your yacht.

You have probably experienced it before: being pressured into signing an exclusive agreement and receiving poor quality marketing material or just getting no results after way too much time on the market.

For this reason, we want to transform your yacht selling experience from a painful and lengthy process to a fast, simplified and pleasant experience.

If You Have Any Questions About our eBook, You’re Encouraged to Call Your Yacht Advisor:

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