Buying a Boat - Your Beginner's Guide
Owning a boat
is cheaper than most people think. There are some real advantages
to owning your own boat. Generally boats hold their value well and
can be a good investment with great rewards - whether a small
trailerable boat, a traditional narrowboat, a river cruiser or an
ocean going yacht.
1. Buying A Boat- Key Questions?
Before you purchase your boat you need to ask yourself a few key
questions to make sure that the boat you are considering buying
will serve your purposes i.e. When, and how often, will you use the
boat? What type of boat would suit me?....
Click here to read the key questions
that you should ask yourself before beginning your
2. Which Type of Boat - New vs Used?
Whichever type of boat you are considering
buying, the same principles apply but there are pros and cons to both New Boats
and Pre-owned Boats.
Do your homework with our New Boat Buying Guide
or Used Boat Buying
3. How to Buy a Boat
Like purchasing a property or a vehicle, buying a boat
entails a number of steps before you set off on your way; from
researching boat types to setting budgets to boat inspections
and setting up finance.
Familarise yourself with the process - Read our
step-by-step Guide to Buying a
4. Price Guide
There is a boat to suit a wide range of budgets from as a little
as £250. Use the Price
Guide to see what kind of boat you can get for
More Boat Buying Advice...
If you are seeking more boat
buying advice and information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we
will endeavour to answer your questions.
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