Friday, July 31, 2015
Buying Pre-owned Boats for Sale in Nebraska: Some Things to Check
Marine law does not require sellers to disclose any knowledge of damage to the boat, but if you inquire, they have to tell the truth so it’s in your best interest to ask the right questions. Ask the seller or dealer whether the boat has been flooded, sank, or if it has ever been involved in a collision or fire. Even if the boat passes your initial inspection, make sure you still hire a qualified and experienced surveyor since his findings can give you negotiating power on the boat’s price or a confirmation that you should back out. Ready to shop for a boat now? Boat dealers, such as White’s Marine Center, which serve buyers in Nebraska and nearby states have extensive inventories of used boats. Take note of the tips above when checking a boat so as to get the most out of your investment.