Valuation Checklist

For each point below select the option that fits most closely with your boat to help you determine an asking price. It is also a good idea to work out the minimum value you would accept for the sale of your boat. Search the boats on our website to help you with some of the following considerations.

1

Rarity of your boat's make and model in the current market place


2

Demand for your boat's make and model


3

Condition of your boat


4

Boat specification and fit out


5

Engine size and condition


6

Condition of sails and rigging


7

Condition of the trailer, if applicable


8

What ancillary equipment is to be included in the sale


9

Possession of a current safety certificate (inland waterway boats)


10

When the hull and superstructure were last 'blacked' and painted respectively (narrowboats)


11

Whether your boat does come with an assured marina berth (especially river and canal boats)


12

Possession of a CE mark


13

Possession of the original bill of sale


14

Availability of maintenance records


15

Any original warranties still applicable


16

Whether the boats advertised like yours are priced for a quick sale


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