Not to be nit picky, but computers
are very litteral. In a search of boats under $500 yours kept popping up. As the other rants say the more information you put out there, the better the odds of finding the one who wants it.
As I am now looking for a boat, (the one that I want), the faster I can disqualify the ones I don't want, the faster I can find the one I do. I know that is contrary to what people have been taught for years in marketing school
, but the internet
is a serious game
People no longer need to get their arm twisted by a guy in a pink pin-striped suit into "settling" for something that isn't exactly what they want because thats all thats available. Now they can search for exactly what they want for the price
they want, ...somewhere on the planet.
You are competing with every boat for sale
in the world like it or not. Here is what I want to see.
Dates of last service
Age/make/model of electronics
Including as many key words as you can will aid in computerised searches, and insure you ad will pop up for someone searching for your boat.
I hope you sell your boat soon, Good Luck.