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thanks for the reply. you make the money on the advertising, just like zillow does. you could also have a small charge for completion of sale, though I am not sure how to monitor it.
You are correct about trying to find the history of the boat. But having the history is what allowed cars.com etc. to be able to sell used cars online. Without that history, I couldn't see people forking over 20k for a used car.
Just thinking that YW is so limited it because it has no competition.
I just would like to clarify something you wrote about Coast Guard boardings. As a US-flagged and documented sailboat, the USCG can board me anywhere, but can other natioinalities board my US-flagged vessel when it is in international waters? I am just asking as I am sailing in Europe, I paid VAT to the Dutch and had a Post-Construction Assessment survey and the boat is CE marked. My US flag attracts various law enforcement agencies in Europe like a red flag to a bull. I am not really concerned as I have all my documents up to date and am not engaging in any illegal activities.
The French Douane once when looking through my ship's papers and saw my purchase price, they told me that they didn't believe that I paid so little for the boat and that they could reassess the boat and charge me additional VAT. I told them they didn't see the boat when I bought it and I have been refitting her for 12 years...
I'm thinking on sailing from Uruguay to the Caribbean and US in 2021. I will need a documentation service agent to advise me.
I own a Lagoon, my boat is registered in Delaware-US (I know that from US perspective I can not fly a US flag), and the boat main port is in Uruguay.
I fly the US flag in Uruguay and it is perfectly accepted down here.
Can you send me the agent contact details please?
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