Before my husband, Simon, and I went through the whole choosing the right boat process we spent years discussing various options. We talked about catamarans versus monohulls, heavy versus light displacement, the length, the height of the ceiling down to what kind of garbage cans we wanted.
What provided us with experience was our yearly sailing vacation in addition to attending every boat show we could. Simon and I would talk about wood color, hull color, rigging configurations, through to what type of head flusher we wanted.
After four years and 20,000 miles of sailing, we recount in the below video seven of the major priorities we set out to achieve when we purchased our boat, Britican. Watch this video and if you’d like to ponder around 40 more items that boat buyers often prioritize, please purchase this guide.
Choosing the Right Boat – Prioritizing What Matters Most Video
Choosing the right boat is something you want to do the first time around!
Don’t fail to consider all the options. We’ve watched way too many would-be sailors get the wrong boat and never leave the marina. It’s very easy to get something too large or inadequate for what you want to do.
As with all my guides if you don’t find that the information provided in the Boat Buyer: Choosing The Right Boat – Prioritizing What Matters Most guide is valuable, I will happily refund your money. No questions asked.
Total pages: 55 US Letter pages (includes a four page prioritization table so you can taken notes, rate the priority and organize what matters most to you, your partner and your family).
Buying the wrong boat will not only cost money – it may cost your sanity. Spend the amount of a coffee and sandwich and increase your chances of buying the RIGHT boat. Buy my guide now 🙂