Really hard to say. "It depends."
Depends on which parts/system need TLC, how much TLC they need, how much replacement parts/systems might cost, whether you can -- and are inclined to do the work
yourself (saving labor hours), etc.
In the end, a fixer-upper at low initial $$ can end up costing more than one in netter shape from the git-go. OTOH, if the lower $$ example can safely get you into boating
sooner, that can be an advantage, too... assuming you're able to gradually upgrade that one to the condition you require.
So: It depends.
Maybe start with: Which boat do you like more?" (Maybe including more than just those two examples, too.)
Or: "What features do you want in a boat, and which boats offer those features?"
That latter question is the way we start boat shopping
. Define what we want. Find boats that offer what we want. Without regard to brand, condition -- at first. That at least is a way to get to a decent short list... at which point we can say which one we like best. Then it's just a matter of finding one of those, available at a price
we're willing to pay.
You probably did all that, one way or another, in your year of research