Boatshed Founder Neil Chapman Visits Waterline Boats

April 19, 2017

The crew of Waterline Boats recently welcomed Boatshed Founder and Managing Director Neil Chapman for a visit. He traveled from the UK to share upcoming features and tools designed to make buying and selling boats faster.

Boatshed is the leading innovator in yacht brokerage systems worldwide. Prominent in England and Europe, they’re expanding across the U.S. with new locations in Chicago, Texas, and Annapolis. Everyday, more brokers and customers see the value of the Boatshed system.

Waterline Boats joined with Boatshed eight years ago for its brokerage operation. We recognized that Boatshed provided a globally competitive and successful platform that was more effective than other brokerages could provide. We quickly sold more boats faster. And together we’re constantly looking for ways to improve the buying and selling experience for everyone.

Always at the leading edge of innovation with Boatshed – Neil’s recent visit to Seattle was a great chance to talk about what comes next.

Some examples –
• Boatshed’s Back Catalog. Making our extensive documentation about boats we’ve listed or sold available for information. Boat lovers love boat information!
360 Virtual Tours
Machine learning that helps identify boats that are well suited to buyers.

If you’re as excited as we are about what comes next then stay tuned! We’ll be announcing new features and tools in the coming weeks and months. Until then, we’re pleased to offer the Boatshed yacht brokerage advantages to buyers and sellers alike.

*Thinking of selling your boat? Call or email AMBER at 206-282-0110 or amber@waterlineboats.com and ask how we get more boats sold faster!


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