Speaking as someone who does this for a living, average of three comps found on sites such as Yachtworld.com will give you a base. Use NADA to adjust for additions or conditions. Use NADA figures to calculate annual depreciation as well. This will give you a general value. If you want accurate, you need to find sold
comps and try to obtain the actual selling price. It is some work
, but if you start with comps, or NADA to find your general price range, you can do the hard research
on the boat you decide on.