Those websites are interesting... not many listings relatively speaking only about 12k listings on yachthub, which means it might get lost
in the hundreds of small boat listing sites. You might be better off creating your own individual website listing your boat for sale.
Yachtworld automatically places its listings internationally so anyone, anywhere can see your boat for sale and the Canadian market is very strong in the last few years. However, importing a boat can be tricky and once shipping
, tariffs and other fees... they really end up being a part of the negotiation during the sale. Unless you have experience in this its really uncharted waters for the average person. Not to mention exchange rates come into play. You need to be prepared to keep that in mind.
BUT you never know where a buyer may come from.
I really don't think that anyone here has a vested interest in your boat (except yourself
). However, like jpemb7 is saying you really need to consider your options; if your boat has been on the market for quite some time perhaps you should weigh your options and consider how important selling your boat is ( i know it sounds a bit harsh, but i am trying to help you out here). If you feel that you are doing all the right things, then its just a matter of patience, flexibility, and time. Some boats just take several years to sell and we all have encounted that boat in one place or another. The right boat has to find the right person.
Place yourself in the eyes of the buyer. Where do you think your buyer will come from?
-Will it be internationally or locally?
-From the internet or perhaps someone walking the docks?
-How would you look for a used boat
? Where would you search?
-What price do you think you will settle for vs your asking price?
-Will letting your boat sit on the market for an extended period hurt your ability to negotiate price?
You ought to ask yourself what you think it will take to get your boat sold. It seems that your want to get out from under your boat, since you made the effort of posting
on this site. Judging by your curiosity in finding additional ways to sell your boat, it appears that you feel you need to be doing more to make your boat visible on the market.
There is no magic to this. It boils down to connecting a buyer with the boat they want. Traditionally when you cast a larger net, you more likely to get some action.
Ultimately your going to have to think about what moves you believe will make your boat sell.
Hope this helps.