Brokerage Sales

Monthly reports on sales of brokerage boats help the industry understand the sizes and types of used vessels that consumers are buying and how long it takes to sell them.

Mixed results for brokerage sales in August

In August, for the third month running, YachtWorld member brokerages reported incrementally improved results to, their proprietary database. Sales were up 1 percent from the previous August as 2,902 boats were sold.

Brokerage sales volume up in June

Brokerage sales volume increased to 3,649 boats in June, a 3 percent gain from the previous June, according to sales reports by YachtWorld member brokerages in their proprietary database

Brokerage sales drop in May

Sales volume and total boat values were lower in the U.S. yacht brokerage market in May with 3,586 boats reported sold at a total price of $400.3 million.

Brokerage sales mixed in April

U.S. yacht brokerage sales in April increased seasonally to 2,904 boats from 2,203 in March, but lagged 3 percent behind sales of April 2014, when 2,994 boats changed hands.

Brokerage sales dip in March

After a good month in February, U.S. brokerages reported selling only 2,203 boats in March. Although that was 501 more sales than in February, it represented a decrease of 11 percent from March 2014.

Boat sales show steady gains in January

Fishermen, pontoon-boat buyers and people who are attracted to small to midsize outboard boats have been leading the recreational boating industry’s rebound from the Great Recession. They may be getting some company.

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