Seller’s Guide

  • Complete brokerage listing agreement, including as much accurate information as possible about the boat
  • Provide copies of title documentation for vessel to ensure the sale goes smoothly and so that we can deal with any omissions promptly
  • Provide current running shots, exterior shots and interior shots of your boat (we will take the photos if you can take the boat off the berth!)
  • Approve the specification and agree the price with your broker
  • Discuss your requirements for targeted adverts in national trade magazines and local press in Mallorca with your broker
  • Liaise with your broker regarding any boat maintenance, servicing and cleaning required to prepare the boat for sale
  • Remove personal effects from the boat and clear fridges and lockers of any food
  • When you accept an offer, sign a contract that stipulates dates for deposits, final payment, delivery and handover (including keys and title documentation for the past five years). Our contracts are drawn up by specialists in marine law in the UK and Spain so all of this is covered
  • Ensure that monies are paid into dedicated client accounts for the utmost security
  • Be aware that although all costs relating to the survey are for the purchaser, the yacht is sea trialled at your cost and under your insurance and control
  • Agree who will pay for any defects
  • Then relax and let us deal with any works required and the sales process

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