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.

Brokerage sales slide in September

September results for U.S. yacht brokerages were mixed as 108 fewer boats were sold compared with the same month last year, but the total price paid for the boats that were sold increased by 10 percent ($27 million).

Brokerage sales bounce back in August

After three months of lower sales, activity picked up at U.S. yacht brokerages in August, increasing by 72 boats, or 2 percent, to 2,983 from the same month last year.

Brokerage sales drop in June

In June, typically the highwater mark for the yacht brokerage market, 3,523 boats were sold in the United States and, as in May, sales were lower than in the same month the previous year.

Brokerage sales drop in May

The volume of brokerage sales of smaller boats declined markedly in May, which reduced total sales for the month by 273 boats, or 8 percent, compared with the same month a year earlier.

Brokerage sales up in April

U.S. brokerage boat sales in April improved slightly from the same month last year, but the total price that buyers paid was incrementally lower.

Brokerage sales up 10 percent in March

After a couple of weak months to start the year, U.S. brokerage sales picked up steam in March as 2,443 boats were sold, an increase of 10 percent from 2,215 last year.

Brokerage sales fall in February

Despite a leap-year February that was 3 percent longer than the same month a year earlier, U.S. brokerage sales volume was incrementally weaker for the month at 1,607 boats, 3 percent fewer than the 1,655 that were sold last year.

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