Buy My Boat Cash
Ready for a cash offer on your vessel? Here at Yachts360 we are able to close quickly and professionally. Simply submit your boat and we will contact you within 24 hours for more information. The more vessel details you provide, the quicker we will be able to make an offer.
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When it comes to selling your boat, Top Notch Marine has all the bases covered by offering you three convenient programs designed to help you sell your boat in the best way possible. We buy boats everyday! Please see your options below along with a brief description of how each one works.
For over 35 years, we have offered a fantastic consignment / brokerage program that gets results! Boat Consignment is a great option for those interested in selling their boat easily and for more. The benefits to selling on consignment are:
For us, seafaring types summer only says one thing: Boating. We love to get out and enjoy these great summer months out on the open water, soaking up the sun, and making great memories. For some though those memories may have to come to a close. Boats are expensive no matter how you cut it, from repairs, insurance, docking fees and the yearly maintenance, it can be such a pain. If you feel like it might be time to part with your boat or if you want to upgrade to a better model, we are here to help.
Here at SellUsYourBoat.net we are in the market to buy your old and used boat off you. We buy everything from motor boats, fishing vessels, sailboats, speedboats, and everything in between. We buy brands like Tartan, Bayliner, Four Winns, W.D. Shock, and may more.
To get the process started all you have to do is fill out our free online quote form. Tell us all about your boat, your make, model, any thing that makes you boat unique, and what you loved about it. We then will get back to you with a quote, and then we take care of the rest.
If you have your next boat picked out, need quick cash, or are just ready to sell, wholesaling is the answer. Here at Yachts360 we buy boats and are able to offer top dollar, a quick close, and hassle-free paperwork.
Our Buying Team is experienced in quick inspections and has perfected the process of buying a boat. Our team handles everything including closing paperwork and vessel pickup. We can make a cash offer on any size vessel and will close much quicker than selling your boat on the private market.
A customer has found the perfect boat but needs to sell their current vessel. Instead of wholesaling, they wait for a Craigslister to buy or a broker to sell it. Weeks go by and now that perfect boat you wanted is sold and you still have your boat on the market.
As you can see, wholesaling is an easy and quick way to sell your boat and avoid running into common traps that occur when trying to squeeze just a few more bucks out of your vessel. Our phones are on 24/7 and we are ready to make offers!
Selling great quality boats is not Hunts Marine's only stock-in-trade. Over the years, we've also bought countless boats from our customers, either for cash, or as part of a trade-in deal for a shiny new vessel. We've found that this a great way to keep used, yet classic boats on the water for further generations to enjoy, while helping experienced boat owners move up the boating ladder - an arrangement that benefits everyone.
So, how do you go about selling your current boat to Hunts Marine, or find out how much it's worth? It's very simple. All you need to do is fill out the form on the right and send it over to us. This process doesn't cost you a thing, so you'll be getting a free market evaluation of your boat without it ever leaving your drive - no messing about with towing it to and from our shop!
Hunts Marine have been the boating business for over 75 years. No other company has more experience or know-how than us - boating is in our blood. Therefore, when you get a boat valuation from Hunts Marine with a view to a sale, you can rest assured that you'll be offered a very fair price. It's FREE to do so why not give the form a go now. Another option is that our mobile valuer will drive directly to your house to take a look if you're a little pushed for time, so just let us know what suits you best. If everything is in order then you either bring it in to us or our valuer will come and pick it up. The cash will then be in your bank account within 2 hours.
Established in 1946, Hunts Marine is a third-generation family-owned marine retailer with over 75 years experience in recreational boating. We have three great showrooms in Sydney, Wollongong and Batemans Bay which all stock a wide range of fully rigged, clearly priced boat packages.
By law, owners of Georgia registered boats must notify the Department of a change in address from that shown on their boat registration card within 15 days. This notification must be sent to the address below. Or owners may log onto their online account or call the Service Center at 1-800-366-2661 to notify the Department of their change of address.
Yes, any boat with mechanical propulsion must be registered if it is being operated in waters of the State of Georgia. If the boat is used exclusively on private ponds, then it does not need to be registered.
All sailboats with mechanical propulsion must be registered regardless of length. Sailboats less than 12 feet in length without mechanical prolusion do not require registration. Sailboats 12 feet or longer must be registered whether or not they have mechanical propulsion. Boats operated exclusively on private ponds or lakes do not have to be registered.
A duplicate registration card with duplicate decals can be requested ONLINE following the procedures for boat registration, by MAIL, or by TELEPHONE at 1-800-366-2661. Duplicate Registration cards and decals are purchased / printed together. The registration cannot be expired. The cost is $1.00 plus an $10.00 service charge if done online, $10.00 service charge by phone, or $10 service change by mail using the boat registration application. If you choose to do this online, go through the screens as if you are registering your boat, and you will get to a choice to purchase a duplicate registration.
If you receive a notification stating additional documents are needed to process your boat registration, the documents may be uploaded using your online account, or sent by fax or email. Make sure to send only copies and keep the original for your records until after the registration is complete.
In Georgia, in order for a lien holder to record your outstanding debt against the vessel, the lien holder may record the lien with DNR as part of the Georgia vessel registration. More information on this process appears in these FAQs below. Lien holders are often aware of this procedure, and will take the necessary steps to ensure their lien is secure against a Georgia registered boat.
A HIN is required for boats manufactured after November 1, 1972. If the HIN is unavailable and unknown, the boat owner must first contact the boat manufacturer to obtain a replacement HIN. The U.S. Coast Guard maintains a list of boat manufacturers and contact information at -identification.php.
If the manufacturer is out of business or will not assist the boat owner, a DNR HIN Inspection is necessary. DNR will assign a HIN number during the inspection process and the boat owner is responsible for permanently affixing the HIN to the boat.
A Hull Identification Number (HIN) Inspection is necessary when boat owners do not have a Hull Identification Number from the Manufacturer on any vessel built after 1972. HIN Inspections are also required for any Homemade vessel. HIN Inspections are handled through the Law Enforcement Division.
A HIN is required for recreational boats manufactured after November 1, 1972. If the HIN is assigned by DNR, or if the HIN is known but the plate is missing or the HIN not inscribed on the boat, the boat owner is responsible for permanently affixing the HIN to the boat.
Each hull identification number must be carved, burned, stamped, embossed, molded, bonded, or otherwise permanently affixed to the boat so that alteration, removal, or replacement would be obvious. If the number is on a separate plate, the plate must be fastened in such a manner that its removal would normally cause some scarring of or damage to the surrounding hull area. A hull identification number must not be attached to parts of the boat that are removable. The characters of each hull identification number must be no less than one-fourth of an inch high.
Homemade boats must be assigned a hull identification number (HIN). To get a HIN, persons should initiate the boat registration process and pay for registration using the normal process (online, mail or phone) so that a record of the boat is in our system. Only the person either building the boat or furnishing materials under a contract for another to build a boat may apply for a HIN and register a homemade boat. Such boat may not be sold to any person. Persons who wish to build boats and sell them may obtain a Manufacturer's Identification Code (MIC) from the U.S. Coast Guard for the purpose of building boats for sale. There are safety and other standards that must be met..
Inspections will not be performed if customers have not paid for a registration in advance of the inspection. Boat owners should bring receipts for materials used to construct the homemade boat if done themselves or bring the contract they used to provide materials and have another person build the boat, and should bring any other documents and correspondence that relate to the boat, boat construction, or registration process that may be helpful during the HIN Inspection to support registration.
There is no requirement that the boat remain registered. It may not be used on state waters without a current registration in the owner's name. However, there is a possibility that the registration number on the boat may be reassigned if the registration is allowed to lapse. Registrations allowed to lapse will incur a $10 late fee at renewal. 041b061a72