I have shared this a few times.......
In regard to the comment of "too many pictures" - I both agree and disagree!
Always a challenge when presenting information between providing everything and not swamping the reader / viewer and therefore losing the message. The answer is often to present info in a "pyramid" - where viewer starts at the top and moves deeper if interested (and moves on if not).....in the case of boat listing photos I would say divide the photos into 3:-
1) Start off with one
photo! (next to a description of the basics) so that someone can quickly see (as well as read) that it is a 32 foot ketch family
cruiser rather than the 35 foot go fast sloop
they are after (even when they don't know what an XYZ 32 and / or an ABC 35 actually is) and can then quickly move on....but if still interested they will want more photos........
2) Then onto around 10 photos - of the the usual things folks want to see (Cockpit, Saloon
etc) to get some context of what the boat is about........and if still interested.........
3) and finally the collection of everything that a serious (and fussy? / sensible?!) buyer would possibly want to see before viewing the boat, especially before travelling great distance......and that includes the photos of dull stuff!
My feeling is that if anyone is really interested they would make the effort (lol!) to go to step 3 - but step 2 is the stuff of which daydreams are made of
(even for those who have viewed the complete collection)....so no point in drowning those in close up pics of deck
fittings for when a buyer is busy selling the boat to themselves!