Buying a $500,000 yacht can seem like a no-brainer.
You can save thousands on gas, boat maintenance and insurance, rent a beautiful house and get all the perks.
Unfortunately, though, the yachting experience can be pretty pricey, especially if you’re not a big fan of the boat’s amenities.
The bottom line: The biggest challenge when you’re shopping for a boat is deciding what you want.
And buying a $250,000 or $400,000 boat can seem intimidating.
So, if you want to get into the boat-buying business, you might want to take a look at the Yacht Buying Guide.
And if you have a yacht that you really like, the Yachting Guide may be right up your alley.
In this guide, you’ll find tips for getting the most out of your boat, including how to decide on the best yacht-buys, how to find a local Yacht Club, how best to manage your money and more.
We also include reviews of many yachties on the market today.
You might want some of the recommendations you found in the YagGuide guide, too, but you’ll probably be better off going to one of the real estate websites like Zillow, Realtor.com, etc. Check out the complete YachtBuying Guide for more tips and a wealth of yacht information.