The short answer is yes. But if the new owner wishes to keep the boat at the Waterside & Marina it is moored at, a commission is applied. This is called a sale on berth fee which is a percentage + VAT of the overall sale price of the vessel.
This fee is applicable as a mooring location adds value to a boat and the ability to transfer this mooring can see purchasers bypass waiting lists for moorings.
Yes. You would still have to pay for your residential mooring. Also bear in mind when we have successfully sold your boat you are still required to terminate your mooring with Aquavista and give the correct amount of notice, which in this case is three months.
If you still want to actively use your boat while we sell it we would ask that you continue to pay for your moorings. But if you want to place your boat on our sales jetty there would be no charge, but remember you won't have the flexibility to use it.
Make an appointment to view the boat you are interested in
After your first viewing, you might want to view it again, but if not you can then put an offer in for that boat
There may be some negotiation on price between yourself and the seller so you might have to wait a little whilst this goes on
Once an offer has been agreed we would advise you to have a pre-purchase survey. You usually have to diarise this, and securing a time can sometimes take a couple of weeks. Don’t worry though, we can help with this.
Once the surveyors' report comes back to you, you might decide that you no longer wish to purchase the boat. If this is the case you would walk away from the purchase. Your penalty for doing so is the cost of the surveyor.
Dependent on the report you might wish to negotiate further on the price or you might be happy with the agreed price and continue with the purchase.
Should you continue, we then contact the seller and get the wheels in motion for the final paperwork to be agreed and signed
The boat is then yours.
This might seem a lot but our experienced team are on hand to help every step of the way!