If you are interested in buying a boat in the United States then this article is for you. There has never been a better time to buy a boat in the USA. There is excess inventory available. Prices are lower than they have been in years. With the strength of other currencies versus the US Dollar you can purchase a boat in the USA, pay for shipping the boat home and import duties, and realize a substantial savings over buying the same boat in your country.
Take a look at this example. As I write this 0.68 Euros will buy 1.00 USD. Translated into real buying power consider that a yacht valued at:
· $100,000 USD can be purchased for 68,449 Euros.
· $500,000 USD can be purchased for 342,245 Euros.
· $1,000,000 USD can be purchased for 684,490 Euros.
Now take into consideration that this example only reflects taking advantage of current exchange rates. New and used boats are now discounted by 20 to 30 percent or more from normal market value or standard retail prices in this country. That means that you can often purchase a boat in the USA for more than 50 percent off what you would pay at home.
Is it worth it for you to learn how to find the perfect boat for your needs that far away from home? You bet it is! You can save a lot of money and get the yacht of your dreams with not much more effort than buying off a dealer or broker in your home town.
I will be giving you step by step instructions on how to buy a boat in the United States and save a huge amount of money. You will learn how to do the search painlessly from home for no more than the cost of your Internet connection and possibly a few phone calls. You will know how to transfer money safely and securely. You will understand the logistics and the legal aspects of arranging export and shipping your new purchase. And I will give you tips on navigating the importation of the boat into your country.
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Until next time enjoy your time on the water!
David Tomen CPYB