If you're selling your boat yourself, which I would encourage for a variety
of reasons, a good solution to get your proposition out is to build up your
own web site. I've done that for my boat Clock Work (
https://www.clockwork-usa.com) and you are not locked in to the zero-effort
cut/paste YW ads you see out there. I have no complaints about the traffic
it has generated. Complaints about other things but not the traffic or the
potential reach of the message. Positives and negatives. One happy surprise
is having met a number of great people with whom I plan to try to remain in
contact. I'm MOSTLY satisfied with my ability to post whatever
photos/videos I want, though full disclosure when my photo albums just BLEW
UP for zero reason once and stayed dark for 6 or 8 weeks without my
knowing, it just ate heartbeats (and leads) I could not afford to burn.
Brochures are a sound idea but given the slope of the learning curve you
may/will experience with your potential market and the "technology", I'd
suggest just the web site so you can update things just once in one place
and not have to chase people down who asked for a brochure with important
If I can answer any questions for you on the positives, negatives, and
best/worst practices for this from my experience, I'd be pleased. I'm hit
or miss here (mostly miss) and further, I'm a hyper private guy (which is
why my boat is hopefully still listed as Anonymous in the database) so if
you want to talk about this further, I won't be posting my contact info
here. But no problem.. just leave a note at the bottom of the home page at
the boat's web site above and tell me how to find you. Heads up.. I'm a
slow responder. Either way, very best of luck.
I have HoldFast II 37/95 listed for sale on the Sentoa site. How can I add
some photos to my listing?
Thanks for your work.
If for sale through a broker or some website, you could include a link to
If for sale by owner, you could make up a for sale brochure to send back to
anyone who requested it.