As someone who is dreamingly looking at boats for sale
, I would say this listing is among the beter, except for not seeing really any of the engine
or some of the storage/lockers, and a more concise listing of equipment.
That said, my pet peaves that I wish any future yacht broker would learn from the Bumfuzzles is:
1) Start at one end of the boat. Have a clear description of the layout, with photos using a good wide angle lense.
2) As much as possible, have each photo
show either something that was in the previous photo
, or something that will be in the next. Helps establish relationships and perspective.
3) Show each cabin
clearly, with the size of each bunk. I don't really care if the boat can sleep a dozen people on each possible surface. What I want to know is what does a family
of 4 do for living arrangements, and for us it is unlikely that we'll be converting the dining room table to a bed
every night. Still nice to know that it can when friend visit, but I hate listings that say something like: " Sleeps 6 in 3 cabins" where one of those cabins is the table.....
3) Just list the age/time of whatever equipment/upgrade. Calling a VHF radio
"New (2010)" only makes me think the listing has been up since then (and maybe it has).
Ok, rant over. .. And, yes, I want that boat too ....