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Old 23-01-2011, 21:36   #16
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Over the last three years, Newport 41s have sold between $13,000 and $66,000 according to Soldboats, the brokers only version of Yachtworld.

Condition and equipment can make a huge difference in a boat this old. You have to look at it and compare it to others on the market to get an idea of what any given boat is worth.

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Old 23-01-2011, 22:03   #17
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subtract the commission-- ye got 10k for the 13k one--3k is commission--is yacht brokers, after all.. so boat isnt the price they are telling--is with commission included..LOL commission is 3000 or 10 percent of anything over 30,000.
i dont do brokers. tried to sell ericson via one--lol -was a joke. not one hit-- got more from trying meself to sell her. no i havent nor do i pan on selling her short.
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Old 23-01-2011, 22:14   #18
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what are you lookin for in a boat? is it price driven or size driven?

I spent all day down at MDR today and saw boats of all sizes for sale, but didnt really look at the bigger boats... there were more of them there..

I was at Punay Harbor and catalina harbor..

Beautiful day btw
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Old 05-03-2011, 21:10   #21
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Re: Value Price So Much Lower than Asking Price

I purchased the boat. I paid what I thought was a fair price which was 22% less than the asking price. I"m very pleased with the purchase. She is great to sail! Thanks to everyone responding to my original post.
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Re: Value Price So Much Lower than Asking Price

Way to go, rafter!... what you paid was what it is worth to you. Don't look back... be happy with your purchase. Now the fun really starts fitting her out to make her YOURS. They are great boats and roomy for their LOA. Cheers, Capt Phil
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