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Old 07-02-2011, 14:12   #1
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I am thinking about listing my boat when I return from the Bahamas in April and would like to know if anyone can recommend a goos yacht boker in the Florida or Georgia area.

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Old 07-02-2011, 14:17   #2
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John Anderson- with the Catamaran Company. He's based in St Augustine. I used him to buy my current boat. have refered him to friends. Very knowlegable..lots of experience.
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Old 07-02-2011, 14:41   #3
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Joe Hamilton at Advantage Yachts in Indiantown. He just sold our Gemini. Nice part is you can haul out and store cheaply at Indiantown marina, safe for hurricane season. Joe is right on sight at the marina. He did an awesome job for us. We were in Canada (hauled out when we returned from the Bahamas in June), he got the boat prepped and ready (including troubleshooting/fixing an engine), launched and did the seatrial, took care of everything. A huge asset for us since we didn't have to worry about a trip down from home. He got it done, we got our cheque, very smooth transaction.

You are a days travel from Palm Beach to Indiantown, past Stuart on the okeechobee waterway, no bridges to worry about.
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Don Buckles
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Good names from all. They are all very good, I know them all. Call each one and see who you feel most comfortable with.
Good luck, Brian
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Old 13-02-2011, 07:25   #6
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I'd vote for Don Buckles. He was extremely helpful with the purchase of my 381. He is extremely knowledgable in multihulls, local with access to many good service people.
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I believe Steve Marsh at the Finish Line in Stuart Fl may be a Sea Wind dealer. Dave
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I think we probably confused Cam more with all these ptions!
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We are looking at purchasing a boat in April. What is the year and model of yours?
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Old 14-02-2011, 11:48   #11
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Our boat is a 2005 Seawind 1160. We are currently living aboard in the Bahamas (Great Exuma) and plan to return to Florida in mid April.

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If you return to South Florida/Fort Lauderdale I would recommend Alexis de Boucaud with the Multihull Company. Fort Lauderdale is a great location to sell your boat with good hurricane protection on the New River west of downtown. Good luck.

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