3 Things You Need to Know Before Buying your First Sport Yacht

Wed, Aug 22, 2018

3 Things You Need to Know Before Buying your First Sport Yacht


Sport yachts are something to rave about and that’s probably why they’ve streamed into headlines over and over again! However, there are a few things that new owners don’t understand when they buy their first sport yacht, and our team at Monterey Boats want to help you make the best possible decision while taking in all the facts. As you know, an informed buyer is a smart buyer. That’s why we’ve listed 3 Things You Need to Know Before Buying Your First Sport Yacht.


Keep on reading!


#1 Do Your Homework On Sport Yachts

When it comes to boats and yachts, there’s no “one-size-fits-all” kind of deal. What may be the absolute perfect boat for one person may not necessarily be the boat of YOUR dreams. That’s why it’s crucial to do your homework on the different sport yacht models available in the market.


While one boat may look gorgeous on the outside, it may not offer the inner specs you were hoping for, which is why it is important to do a little research beforehand. If you are considering buying a Monterey, we provide detailed information on our website to keep you informed, so feel free to check out our models and their specs.

#2 Boat Tests & Reviews

Living in a digital era, reviews have become accessible and play a critical role in the customer’s decision buying process. However, we know that JUST reading about other boaters’ experiences isn’t always helpful, which is why Monterey offers boat tests and reviews performed by industry experts in our YouTube channel – like Randy Vance from Boating Magazine!


#3 There Is More To Buying A Sport Yacht Than You Think…

Monterey Boats are custom built and specialized, so what you buy should be largely determined by how you will enjoy the water. For that reason, take the time to do your research. Just as you wouldn't buy an off-road vehicle to commute on a highway, it's important to find the right boat to fit your activities, tastes, and the needs of your crew.


Even once you decide on a type, there are more choices to make because each model will require different amounts of time and money for proper maintenance. For example, a trailerable boat can save you money on dockage and winter storage, but each time you want to have some fun, you will have to take it to a launch ramp and get it in the water. Finally, a boat stored in the water can make quick after-work getaways possible.

Ready to Buy your First Sport Yacht?

When you’ve done enough homework and you feel brave enough to go in there like swimwear then you should play around with our state-of-the-art boat customizer which allows you to build your own boat! It doesn’t hurt to put a picture in your head of your dream sport yacht…

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