Features June 2001 Issue

Special Boatbuying Section:
How Not To Get Ripped Off

While most yacht brokers are reputable, a run-in with one of the few bad apples can make you lose your faith in humanity. Here’s how to navigate through the buy/sell process without running aground.

Boat brokers and surveyors are an honest lot. Even so, it’s a big investment. Protect yourself.

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