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Old 04-06-2013, 05:09   #1
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Yacht Broker in Texas - Rick Weiler.

I wanted to post a public "Thank You" to my yacht broker. I used Capt. Rick Weiler @ Little Yacht Sales. He is really into sailing and boating. He put up with a ton of questions over years of looking. He treated me like I was buying a $500,000 boat when I was only spending a 1/10 of that. Heck he even helped me bring her the 4 hour trip home from where she was berthed. When I first started looking at boats over 2 years ago, I talked with several brokers, and Rick quickly became my favorite. Thank You Rick!
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Old 04-06-2013, 05:36   #2
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Re: Yacht Broker in Texas - Rick Weiler.

When I was initially going to start shopping around I was talking to Kent Little before he started his own business. Good guy to talk to and always heard good things about him and his other guys working with him.

From what I know of them all, you chose a good group of guys to work with.
Daniel - Rhapsody Blog,
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Old 04-06-2013, 17:50   #3
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Re: Yacht Broker in Texas - Rick Weiler.

In a world of lousy yacht brokers, Kent's reputation and hard work has lead to a very faithful following. A real class act - we have many, many friends who echo the above sentiments.
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