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LakeDreamer

Boat Trader or Only Inboards to sell a boat...

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LakeDreamer

I selling my 2003 Nautique Air Nautique 206 Limited and was wondering if you all have any any experience selling on Boat Traders or Only Inboards. I recently have taken pictures of the boat and would like to load them up to a site to start actively selling the boat. Just curious, as i look on both sites and not really sure which is most effective. I've been following this site for over a year, as I have in production a 2013 Malibu VLX.... Any thoughts would be appreciated as having two horses in the barn, is fun, but not going to work. Thanks gain, Tyler...

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augie09

Why not both?

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wakesetter8796

Both but onlyinboards might be better because its for inboards only.... Skiitagain.com works too.

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LakeDreamer

Thank you guys. Yes, I'll probably post the boat on both sites, I just wasn't sure if anyone had an better experience selling on either locations. I'll check out skiitagain.com

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85 Barefoot

onlyinboards is my rec. I've prolly sold 4 boats on there...also WAY less expenseive than boattrader, which, when selling an expensive toy might be incensequential, but onlyinboards is a great value and obvioulsy gets great exposure.

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edgeski1

+1 For only inboards. A Much more focused approach. I also do craigslist, as it's free and couldn't hurt

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Mapwpd

Both but only inboards been best so far for me

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River Monsters

When does the spring season generally start for selling a boat? I was thinking middle to end of March to list my Ski Nautique here in Michigan

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JoeA

I have always used both when searching for a boat. Onlyinboards is more focused for your boat so I'd suggest that one first and if you want to spend some extra money go for Boattrader too.

Good luck with the sale and the new VLX.

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Steve B.

If you are ready to sell, there is no time like the present. Post that baby everywhere !

Steve B.

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River Monsters

If you are ready to sell, there is no time like the present. Post that baby everywhere !

Steve B.

My boat is tucked away at friend's house in his barn. I did show it once to some other friends but I can't really show it regularly until I bring it back to the house. April 1 I need to pay for the new boat though, it would be nice to have it sold.

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TheHardWay

You might list it on a Nautique specific forum as well, if you haven't already thought to do so. When people do an internet search for something like that, forums sometimes pop up in the results. Might also put it on WakeWorld too. Good luck with the sale!

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River Monsters

WakeWorld isn't a bad idea. Don't much care for the discussion, but it is a good audience. thanks!

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40oz

Onlyinboards all the way. Aslo, Craigslist for your area, but people on Craigs usually want to wear you down on your price before they ever come look at the boat.

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srintx

I've sold and bought both of my Malibu's on graigslist.

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skurfer

Both. Onlyinboards is great but surprisingly lots of serious buyers on Boattrader who have never heard of onlyinboards. Good luck!

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