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What’s the Brokerage Market on Large Cheoy Lee Custom Builds?

By PMY Broker Insight | Posted 2016-08-16 10:58

Cheoy Lee 125

We spoke to a broker who has a custom-built Cheoy Lee 125 listed on BoatQuest.com right now. Here’s what he had to say about Asian boats, understanding the market on a boat-by-boat basis, and what Cheoy Lees have to offer.

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What’s the Brokerage Market for the Viking 61 Convertible?

By PMY Broker Insight | Posted 2016-07-19 08:22

There are some key factors to consider if you’re looking at a used Viking sportfisherman. Have a look at what a broker has to say about this proven model.

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What’s the Brokerage Market for a Cruisers Yachts Express Cruiser?

By PMY Broker Insight | Posted 2016-04-12 08:30

We spoke to four brokers who have Cruisers Yachts express cruisers listed on BoatQuest.com, and here’s what they had to say about everything from inventory levels, to engine type, to the value of soft goods, and more. Learn more about a red-hot market and how the boat you want fits into it here.

Cruisers 420

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What’s the Brokerage Market for the Hatteras 6300 RPH?

By PMY Broker Insight | Posted 2016-03-15 07:45

We spoke to three brokers who each had Hatteras motoryachts listed on BoatQuest.com. Here’s what they each had to say about a proven cruiser that was ahead of her time in comfort and performance. Here’s what they had to say.

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What’s the brokerage market for the Westport 112?

By PMY Broker Insight | Posted 2016-02-16 08:29

Westport 112

We spoke to a pair of brokers about what they see in the Westport 112 they have listed, to get a sense of what these superyachts have going for them. Here’s what we discovered:

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Broker Insight: What’s the Market for Buddy Davis Sportfishing Boats?

By PMY Broker Insight | Posted 2015-12-15 08:07

Iain Lawrie, Bradford Marine; www.bradford-marine.com

“I think that people who actually are looking for a classic Carolina sportfishing boat will find the Buddy Davis to be a more affordable choice than other boats out there. They’re fiberglass and they made a lot of them, and they were all powered mainly with the 8V92 Detroit Diesels so they become very affordable to people who are looking to restore them and bring them back to their former glory.

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What’s the Brokerage Market for the Grand Banks Eastbay 49?

By PMY Broker Insight | Posted 2015-09-14 15:08

Clute Ely, Boatworks Yacht Sales ; www.boatworksyachtsales.com

“It truly is an incredible boat relative to what its capabilities are versus price. Honestly I don’t think any other boat competes with it, at least not successfully. There was nobody else able to do in [1996] what that 49 was doing. I honestly don’t believe it’s close since it just offered just so much more to the consumer. About the only knock on it people like to throw is that it’s wet in some sea states.

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What's the Brokerage Market for Pacific Mariner 65s

By PMY Broker Insight | Posted 2015-07-14 05:42

We spoke to three brokers who had Pacific Mariner 65s listed on BoatQuest.com. See what they each had to say about these sought-after three-stateroom cruisers and the boaters looking to buy and sell them.

Pacific Mariner 65

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Broker Insight: Hatteras 70 Motoryacht

By PMY Broker Insight | Posted 2015-06-16 07:21

Hatteras 70 Motoryacht

By Jason Y. Wood

We spoke to three brokers who each had a Hatteras 70 motoryacht listed on BoatQuest.com. Here’s what they had to say about these proven cruisers, and what buyers should look for in today’s market.

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What's the Brokerage Market for Cheoy Lee Motoryachts?

By PMY Broker Insight | Posted 2015-04-14 08:55

We spoke to a couple of brokers who had Cheoy Lee motoryachts listed online. Here’s what they had to say about their boats and the response in the market to them.

1990 Cheoy Lee 66 LRC

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