Not looking at Geminis, it was in a mail out from Catamarans.com
I read about how a couple bought this Gemini
, sailed Carib for 2 years etc, brought it home to Annapolis
the home of Geminis etc etc.
I was then expecting to see a 2009 Gemini
for $190k but instead the advert was for a 2001 model for $98k.
All that aside, boats with good web pages and in particular blogs definitely sell quicker and easier because people can relate to what the vessel is capable of and can better picture themselves on board. I much rather prefer a photo with people seated around a saloon
table versus an empty charter
boat style photo.
Digressing, I once sold an aircraft really quickly and easily based on a website with lots of photos in and outside and in different locations around the country. My mate had the exact aircraft, same price
with less hours and in better condition advertised with a photo of it in the hangar. 2 years later it hasn't sold yet.