You can try boatbound.com. It's pricy, by you won't have to own and they insure the boat which helps the owners get comfortable with the idea.
For what it's worth, if you're willing to 'lose' a little money
, buy a good deal with cash and sell it on for a few thousand less than you bought it for in a couple of months.
I was in Florida shopping
, and willing to drive anywhere for the best deal while monitoring all the ads, and the best deals sold within a couple of hours. My belief is that it's only hard to sell a boat if you're waiting for the price
you want, probably goes without saying. But in this price
range, low absolute losses are high percentage ones, which works in your favor as a temporary owner.
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