How much is a boat really worth?

Before a technical survey get a real market value of the boat you want to sell or buy

Who is it for

Buyer

You are thinking of buying a boat and you have searched the internet and found some you like but you have no idea if their asking price is appropriate.

It’s not only about the material value of the boat but also about how easy is to re-sell it, if it’s suitable for charter, if it’s too costly to maintain or refit.

Seller

You are thinking of selling your boat and you want to establish an asking price that is appealing enough for a relatively fast sale. If it’s a peculiar vessel maybe you want us to suggest suitable yacht brokers in your local area or international ones. Just ask

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saved or gained in average value

What do I get?

Custom Boat - (one-off)

Appropriate sale or purchase value based on these elements:

  • Type of boat (Manufacturer and Materials)
  • Designer/Project value
  • General condition (onsite survey not included)
  • Ease of sale (Commercial appeal)
  • Suitability for charter (if applicable)
  • Replace value (from new)
  • High/low/medium maintenance costs
  • Geographic location market trends
  • Jurisdiction/Flag and Vat/Tax current situation
  • Engine hours and type of engine/s
  • Current market trends vs type of hull (e.g.: Fast speedboat vs Explorer vessel)
  • Age and later refits (if any)
  • Current financial stability of the boat builder/brand (if applicable)
  • Potential Cost of refit to 100% condition

Production Motor boat

Appropriate sale or purchase value based on these elements:

  • Type of boat (Manufacturer and Materials)
  • Designer/Project value
  • General condition (onsite survey not included)
  • Ease of sale (Commercial appeal)
  • Suitability for charter (if applicable)
  • Replace value (from new)
  • High/low/medium maintenance costs
  • Geographic location market trends
  • Jurisdiction/Flag and Vat/Tax current situation
  • Engine hours and type of engine/s
  • Current market trends vs type of hull (e.g.: Fast speedboat vs Explorer vessel)
  • Age and later refits (if any)
  • Current financial stability of the boat builder/brand (if applicable)

Yacht For Charter

Appropriate sale or purchase value based on these elements:

  • Type of boat (Manufacturer and Materials)
  • Designer/Project value
  • Current market trends vs type of hull  for charter(e.g.: Fast speedboat vs Explorer vessel)
  • Cross atlantic seaworthiness
  • General condition (onsite survey not included)
  • Ease of charter (Commercial appeal)
  • Suitability for charter (if applicable)
  • Replace value (from new)
  • High/low/medium maintenance costs
  • Geographic location market trends
  • Jurisdiction/Flag and Vat/Tax current situation
  • Engine hours and type of engine/s
  • Age and later refits (if any)
  • Current financial stability of the boat builder/brand (if applicable)

Passenger Vessel

Appropriate sale or purchase value based on these elements:

  • Type of boat (Manufacturer and Materials)
  • Designer/Project value
  • General condition (onsite survey not included)
  • Ease of sale (Commercial appeal)
  • Suitability for charter (if applicable)
  • Replace value (from new)
  • High/low/medium maintenance costs
  • Geographic location market trends
  • Jurisdiction/Flag and Vat/Tax current situation
  • Engine hours and type of engine/s
  • Current market trends vs type of hull (e.g.: Fast speedboat vs Explorer vessel)
  • Age and later refits (if any)
  • Current financial stability of the boat builder/brand (if applicable)

Commercial Vessel

Appropriate sale or purchase value based on these elements:

  • Type of boat (Manufacturer and Materials)
  • Designer/Project value
  • General condition (onsite survey not included)
  • Ease of sale (Commercial appeal)
  • Suitability for charter (if applicable)
  • Replace value (from new)
  • High/low/medium maintenance costs
  • Geographic location market trends
  • Jurisdiction/Flag and Vat/Tax current situation
  • Engine hours and type of engine/s
  • Current market trends vs type of hull (e.g.: Fast speedboat vs Explorer vessel)
  • Age and later refits (if any)
  • Current financial stability of the boat builder/brand (if applicable)

Production Sailboat

Appropriate sale or purchase value based on these elements:

  • Type of boat (Manufacturer and Materials)
  • Designer/Project value
  • General condition (onsite survey not included)
  • Ease of sale (Commercial appeal)
  • Suitability for charter (if applicable)
  • Replace value (from new)
  • High/low/medium maintenance costs
  • Geographic location market trends
  • Jurisdiction/Flag and Vat/Tax current situation
  • Engine hours and type of engine/s
  • Current market trends vs type of hull (e.g.: Fast speedboat vs Explorer vessel)
  • Age and later refits (if any)
  • Current financial stability of the boat builder/brand (if applicable)
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Years of Rodriquez experience in the marine industry

How much does it cost

Up to 30 feet

£ 99 Flat fee

Up to 45 feet

£ 250 Flat fee

Up to 55 feet

£ 349 Flat fee

Over 55 feet

£ 349 Flat fee + £20 per foot

Over 100 feet

£ 349 Flat fee + £20 per foot

99£

Starting price

How does it work

Online

Purchase one of the following options

You will be emailed with a form where you can securely insert your information and a link to the boat listing online

On the phone

Do you want to speak with us?

You can also complete the consultation by phone and pay via bank transfer

On site

and receive a tailored offer ask for a technical survey on the vessel to be included.

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