2006 Boston Whaler 150 Sport

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by SwampFox, Apr 21, 2012.

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  1. SwampFox

    SwampFox Sophomore Member

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    Helping dad sell his boat. It's in absolutely beautiful, showroom condition. NADA has it valued at just slightly below $10,000 and that's in AVERAGE condition without a trailer so asking price is very fair. He wants to sell so if you're at all interested, let me know & lets make a deal. Please see my ad at the link below, tell your friends & thanks for looking!

    http://www.classicmako.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=42268
     
  2. JRS at OBX

    JRS at OBX Elite Member

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    I've been toying with the idea of selling a couple of my boats and buying a boston whaler, but I'm looking for somewhere around 19-22 foot.

    Nice boat though, good luck with the sale.
     
  3. Restrain

    Restrain Elite Member

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    You are going to have a hard time getting that in today's market. Resale yards around here are overflowing. Good luck, though.
     
  4. SwampFox

    SwampFox Sophomore Member

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    Are you interested? Care to make an offer? I noted in the ad there's wiggle room so if you're at all interested let me know. They're getting nearly $20k for the same model brand new.
     
  5. Offshore

    Offshore Senior Member

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    SwampFox the boat and motor look exceptionally clean, my guess is it’s only been in freshwater which is a plus. Your best potential buyer just might be near the coast since everything deteriorates and depreciates more rapidly in saltwater. Many buyers here look inland for used boats for that reason. I would post listings on websites that are statewide or for both Carolinas, Craigslist is a good one.

    Why? So you can charge Canadian tourists $20 apiece for a para-sailing ride and $200 apiece to bring them back to earth? I know how that game is played.
     
  6. JRS at OBX

    JRS at OBX Elite Member

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    The Canadians only want to go windsurfing.

    And then, they only want to do it in the Winter when they think it's nice and warm.
     
  7. JTip

    JTip Senior Member

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    22 foot so he can fit a poker table on it and create his own casino out in 'international waters'. :)
     
  8. SwampFox

    SwampFox Sophomore Member

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  9. Noreen

    Noreen Senior Member

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    WOW.. that's quick & great, congrats.... I am noticing the boat yards are overflowing here too.... we have a lot of sea coast and no one can afford the tank of gas to enjoy these puppies....
     
  10. redfish

    redfish Senior Member

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    What the F you know about it.
     
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