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THE BEST WAY TO VALUE YOUR BOAT!
How much is your boat worth?
Boatcrazy.com is an excellent resource for anyone looking to value their boat. Our Boat Pricing Tool takes a number of factors into account, including size, age, model, and condition. Location and equipment are also considered when determining the value of a pre-owned vessel. At Boatcrazy, we use real-time data from ABOS Marine Blue Book to generate accurate boat values and prices. This is the marine equivalent to the Blue Book or KBB for boats and is recognized by the whole boating industry.
Whether you are buying or selling a boat, Boatcrazy is the best place to start.
Find Prices and values for power boats, sailboats, personal watercraft, outboard motors, and trailers.
3 Simple Steps to Find Your Boats Value!
Find the fair market value of a boat you want to sell or purchase.
Enter your boat values such as make, model, and year.
Locate the value of your boat, if it is available.
Unlock your valuation to get an accurate pricing report of your Boat.
Our Promise on Valuation
- We always put the boater first and are committed to providing a simple and quick valuation experience.
- Here at Boatcrazy we give a true and honest valuation of your boat or the boat you want to buy.
- We are focused on providing intuitive resources for boaters to assist in buying, selling, and owning a boat.
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In the times leading up to deciding whether or not to sell your boat you must be prepared, do not undervalue your investment, be prepared and give your boat the best value.
Why Choose the Boatcrazy Pricing Tool?
What is the equivalent of the Kelley Blue Book for boats?
Although there may be many valuation sites in your search, here at Boatcrazy, we provide the most accurate and up-to-date boat values and prices by using real-time data from ABOS Marine Blue Book to generate accurate boat values and prices. This is the marine equivalent to the Blue Book or KBB for boats and is recognized by the whole boating industry.
Why do I need a valuation?
A boat's value is determined by a number of factors, including age, condition, and make/model. Using our pricing tool, you can get an idea of your boat's value, as it will provide an indication of what a fair price would be for a particular boat.
While there's no substitute for a professional appraisal, our pricing tool can give you a starting point for understanding your boat's worth.
Is the condition important?
A boat’s condition is determined by a number of factors, the most important of which are mechanics, cosmetics, and rigging. The mechanics include the engine hours and the physical condition of the hull and deck. The cosmetics include all the "non-essential" aspects of the boat, paintwork, trims, and metalwork and the rigging includes the mast and boom. In general, the condition of your boat will always be a significant consideration in any valuation, and a well-maintained boat will be worth more than a boat that hasn't been taken care of.
Does age play a part in the value of my boat?
Age is one of the main factors that affect a boat’s value. Boats depreciate over time, unless it has some collector’s value, as some boats do become classics and actually increase in value as they age. Depreciation is caused by many things, including wear and tear, age, and lack of maintenance, and when you consider that on average, boats are replaced every ten to twenty years. However, some boats will last much longer than that, depending on how the boat is used and how well it is maintained.
What is more important in the value of a boat, age or hours?
When valuing a boat, many people assume that age is the biggest factor. However, this is not always the case. In fact, the number of hours on the motor can have just as big of an impact on value. This is because a boat with a lot of hours is likely to have more wear and tear. As a result, it may be less desirable to potential buyers. So, when trying to determine the value of a boat, it is important to consider both age and number of hours on the motor. By taking both factors into account, you will be able to get a more accurate estimate of the boat's worth.
How do I increase the value of my boat?
There are a number of ways to increase the value of a boat. One way is to keep it well-maintained and clean. This will show potential buyers that the boat has been well cared for and is likely to last for many years to come. Another way to increase the value of a boat is to invest in some upgrades and improvements. This could include upgraded electronics, upgraded exteriors and interiors, and replacing any worn items. By making even a few small changes, you can significantly increase the resale value of your boat. Finally, it’s important to research the market and set a competitive price. By pricing your boat accurately, you’re more likely to attract serious buyers who are willing to pay fair market value.