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Featured Boat of the Week – Bayliner 3270 Sedan with Dock Appeal!

November 27, 2010

If a home for sale has curb appeal and makes a great first impression potential homebuyers are more likely to want to look inside. The same applies when selling a boat. The sellers of this 1983 Bayliner 3270 understand the importance of their boat’s dock appeal. They continue to attend to their boat’s appeal to increase their prospects for selling at this difficult time. They’ve

  1. buffed and waxed the boat in preparation for listing
  2. removed all personal items and clutter
  3. cleaned the bilges
  4. installed two new flybridge seats
  5. refreshed varnish on all exterior brightwork
  6. continued to run and maintain the engines
  7. kept the boat clean

The 3270 Explorer is a popular sedan with 3,200 built during a 14 year production run. It’s a vessel nicely suited for the Pacific Northwest with two helm stations, a spacious cockpit, twin 90hp Nissan diesels and much more! Step off the dock to take a look inside click here. Or give us a call and make an appointment to see it in person 206 282 0110.

If you are interested in selling your boat speak to one of our specialist brokers about what Waterline Boats / Boatshed Seattle can do for you! We will view your boat, take up to 80 interior and exterior photos, plus inventory and list the boat’s full specifications in detail. It will then go live on www.boatshedseattle.com and across all Boatshed offices world wide with offices from Seattle to Athens to Phuket. We also advertise on Yachtworld.com, Boattrader.com, the Yachtmarket.com and many other boat-specific websites as well as print media. We handle the whole sale including viewings, negotiations, contracts and post sale services and strive to make the process enjoyable and easy for buyers and sellers.

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