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Whether you're looking to upgrade, downsize, or simply get rid of it, selling your boat online is anything but intuitive. The internet makes it easier than ever to reach potential buyers, but it still takes a lot of work - both paperwork and physical labor. Knowing what you'll need to do can help you prepare for an exciting and lucrative sale of your watercraft online.
Determine where to advertise. There are many, many websites that allow sellers to connect with potential buyers online. A website like Craigslist allows you to advertise to a broader range of people, but a specialty site like Boat Trader, for example, may help you reach a more targeted audience who know more about boats and are willing to pay more money for certain features.
well the boat performs, and lets that buyer imagine the boat as something he or she could drive.
Capture your boat's best angles. Look at some professional boat listings online and take note of what angles the professional sellers shoot from when photographing their boats. This may take a bit of research and some experimentation on your end, but in the end you will have your own stunning, professional-quality photographs to help sell your boat.
Help illustrate size and dimensions. You don't need to use a boat load of gear for this, as that will only clutter up the photograph. But you can, for example, have someone take a photograph of you extending measuring tape inside the cabinets or storage areas, or across the inside cabin, to help potential buyers see what your boat's real dimensions are.
Capture your boat's finer details. Offer close-up shots of any parts of your boat that you think might help persuade potential buyers, such as the boat's motor or the controls around the steering wheel.
Make sure the lighting is right (but not so bright that it's blinding). Try taking photographs with the sun behind you, rather than staring into the sun, as this will only silhouette your boat and could cast unwanted gleams of light off of your boat. If you can, try photographing your boat on a slightly cloudy day, as this will ensure that the sky will still light up your boat but the sun won't create an annoying glare