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Waterline Boats Broker Spotlight | Amanda Klett

July 27, 2017

WLB-Broker-Spotlight-AKWaterline Boats welcomes our newest broker Amand Klett to the crew!

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Amanda has joined Waterline Boats to create opportunities for boat lovers in Everett and north. She was born in Arlington, Washington and grew up boating with her family.

Amanda values kindness, boating knowledge, and her friendships with boat owners. She is the Head Chairwoman of WOW, Women on the Water, an entity of Everett Yacht Club. Amanda manages a blog devoted to cruising in the PNW, sharing tips, photos and ideas for other boaters.

An avid angler, Amanda, was exposed to fishing through her grandfather and father. Her grandfather was a commercial fishing captain in Southeast Alaska, and she found herself fishing with her father on many occasions.

She is a proud mother of two, and stays busy boating and fishing year round. Catch Amanda and her family anchoring out in the San Juan Islands and kayaking in beautiful waters.

Joining Waterline is a joy for Amanda as she claims, “I’m impressed by Waterline’s global reach, with it’s advantageous Boatshed system and multiple offices around the country.” She joined Waterline through an introduction from Gretchen, her fellow Waterline Boats broker in Everett. Gretchen and Amanda work together to deliver an honest, kind, approach backed by their knowledge of the yacht market in Everett, Seattle, and the Pacific Northwest.

We know Amanda as an outgoing woman with a knowledge and passion for boating. She is a personal trainer with a certification in sports management, giving her experiences adapting to a variety of personalities and needs of her clients.She is approachable and easy to talk to whenever you are ready to list or view yachts in Everett and north give Amanda a call!

mobile -425 239 6385
amanda@waterlineboats.com
amandaklett@boatshedeverett.com

 *Thinking of selling your boat? Call or email us.
206 282 0110 or Waterline Boats
Ask us how we sell more boats faster!

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Happy New Arrival –

July 7, 2017

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It’s a Helmsman Trawlers 31 Sedan!

We offloaded a new Helmsman Trawlers 31 Sedan, with a custom exterior color scheme — San Mateo Wheat hull with red bootstripe — and a customer-specified John Deere engine. After outfitting in Seattle she’ll soon be on her way north with her Canadian buyer.

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Want to learn more about the 31? Then check out our Waterline boats website, click on the Helmsman Trawlers link> then 31 Sedan.

Are you considering Nordic Tugs, American Tugs, or Beneteau Swift Trawler? Helmsman Trawlers invites direct comparison for quality, price and long-lasting value.

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Paul Burbach – Boatshed USA | Boatshed Annapolis Broker

May 30, 2017

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Paul Burbach, broker for Boatshed Annapolis and our latest addition to the Boatshed USA expansion, has 20 years of experience in the boat brokerage business.

Paul was born in Ohio just north of Youngstown into a family of non-boaters, so his passion for boats developed later in life. He worked in the retail business and later the wholesale electronics business which brought him to Washington DC. Paul was introduced to boating on the Potomac River.

Once retired, he moved to the Chesapeake Bay, a beautiful area with a large boating community. It was on the Chesapeake in 1978 where his boating career began – delivering boats up and down the coast.

While some boaters only know sail or power, Paul has owned and cruised both. His first boat was a 21’ sailboat. He’d owned sailboats (increasingly bigger) for years. Then an interest in fishing and getting “further out” on the weekends moved him to owning powerboats.

Paul became a boat broker in 1997. He’s worked with Scott and Lisa Helker of Waterline Boats for several years as an East Coast representative for their Helmsman Trawlers line. His experience in boating and local knowledge of the East Coast boating community and destinations has earned Paul a solid reputation among East Coast buyers and sellers.

Paul enjoys boating with friends and exploring the Chesapeake Bay. According to him, weekends at anchor in the remote locations around Annapolis are among the best ways to enjoy the area. Today, he is happy cruising and helping others find their favorite boating experiences.

So if you’re seeking to find your own favorite boating experience give Paul a call. He’ll be more than happy to help you find the perfect boat for you, whether it be power or sail!

Call – 240 508 8779
Email – Paul Burbach
Check out – BoatshedAnnapolis.com

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Waterline Boats ~broker spotlight | Bill Lynch

April 7, 2017

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Waterline Boats welcomes our newest broker Bill Lynch to the crew! We’re excited to have Bill representing the Lower Puget Sound, a great boating area that he knows well.

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Born and raised in Olympia Bill has a proud family history there. His Grandfather and father were members of the Fire Department and Bill was in the fire sprinkler business for more than 30 years. When they weren’t working they were out on the water. When Bill was born his father owned a trawler and Bill’s earliest memories are cruising the sound with his family. Bill took his first boating course at 14 and a few years later, bought his first boat; a 17’ Olympic outboard.

A boat is always a good reason to bring friends and family together and Bill’s backyard happens to be a premier destination for boaters.

When he’s not cruising Johnson Point or crabbing on Anderson Island he’s getting to know his neighbors at Zittel’s Marina. For Bill, helping his friends and neighbors in Olympia list and sell their boats is an exciting opportunity. It’s a chance to get to know his community and a great excuse to talk boats.

Someday Bill hopes to own or charter a nice size yacht and take his family on a long cruise to the San Juan Islands. Until then he’s excited to help his fellow Olympians realize their boating dreams.

mobile – 360 791 0473
bill@waterlineboats.com
billlynch@boatshedtacoma.com

 *Thinking of selling your boat? Call or email AMBER.
206 282 0110 or amber@waterlineboats.com
Ask her how we sell more boats faster!

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Californian 42 Trawler In Boat Auction!

March 3, 2017

2017-boatbid-boat-ca42This Californian 42 Trawler is in BoatBid – an online Boat Auction offered through Waterline Boats / Boatshed Seattle.

The Californian 42 is a twin diesel, fiberglass, full-displacement hull. Listing agent Randy Hacker comments on the Californian below.

Broker’s Comments:
The Californian 42 features a semi-displacement design, a prominent bow and a long keel creating a well-tracking hull. The hull’s hard chines decrease its potential for roll, and a flattened aft section provides added lift for higher speeds. Thanks to many windows and a practical layout it is perfect for Northwest cruising. The galley up design is located along the port side of the saloon, opposite an L-shaped convertible settee. The saloon features a complete lower helm station. The master stateroom is huge and features a large private head, shower and tub arrangement. This is a popular design and a very functional vessel. Not many come to market and the owner wants offers. Call to arrange a showing and let’s see if this vessel will set you to sea.
She needs some attention however the bones appear solid! – Bring offers.

There’s much more information to provide about this Californian! View the complete specifications, 72 photos of this trawler! Just click the link.> Californian 42 Trawler

Bidding begins March 3! (That’s today) So you’ll want to learn how the auction works and view the entire March Auction Catalog. All you have to do is go to BoatBid.com to get started.

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Camano 31 Trawler Troll In Boat Auction!

March 1, 2017

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This Camano 31 Trawler is in BoatBid – an online Boat Auction offered through Waterline Boats / Boatshed Seattle.

This Camano 31 is a single diesel, fiberglass, Semi-Displacement hull. Listing agent Randy Hacker comments on the Camano below.

Broker’s Comments:
As a design the Camano 31 provides maximum elbow room and easy movement around the boat for full size adults. No gimmicks — just simple, straightforward and purposeful design. The result is a boat that is simple to operate and maintain and yet capable of duty as a stout little ship.

This 2001 Camano 31 is a rare find — outfitted for cruising with a very good complement of equipment and in very nice condition.

The Camano 31 is a well-known Northwest boat and was designed for these waters — ready to handle a wide range of conditions, sturdy, simple to operate and maintain, workboatlike in appearance, capable of comfortable long-range cruising, and with an amazingly large interior space. A study of the photos of the boat demonstrates that it would be literally impossible to design a boat with better 360-degree visibility and more light.

The flybridge is surprisingly large with room for many guests (and really, who doesn’t have use for such space on a nice day?). The flybridge is positioned far forward for excellent visibility. The lower helm offers excellent all-around excellent visibility.

We hear time and again about the confidence that owners have in these boats under difficult sea conditions. There is nothing else in this class as tough or as capable as a Camano.

 There’s much more to read and see about this Camano 31! You’ll want to view the complete specifications, 95 photos, 360 virtual tour and video tour of this trawler!Just click the link.>Camano 31

Bidding begins March 3! So you’ll want to learn how the auction works and view the entire March Auction Catalog. All you have to do is go to BoatBid.com to get started.

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Grand Banks 32 In Boat Auction!

March 1, 2017

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This Grand Banks is in BoatBid – an online Boat Auction offered through Waterline Boats / Boatshed Seattle.

This Grand Banks is a single diesel, fiberglass, Semi-Displacement hull. Listing agent Gary Buck comments on the Grand Banks below.

Broker’s Comments:
A distinctive and classy small trawler in every way a Grand Banks. She’s a capable and sought-after Northwest cruiser. One of the early fiberglass 32s, this one has been lovingly cared for and kept in fresh water by her current owner for over two decades.

The seller reports the fuel tanks have been kept filled to make sure they are full during the winter months as has been his custom since purchasing the boat 25 years ago.

The teak decks on this vessel are showing signs of needing to be repaired or removed. We have a contractor’s bid to accomplish that task which we believe is very reasonable.

There’s much more information waiting for you about this GB32! We know you’ll want to view the complete specifications, 100 photos and video tour of this trawler! Just click the link.> Grand Banks 32

Bidding begins March 3! So you’ll want to learn how the auction works and view the entire March Auction Catalog. All you have to do is go to BoatBid.com to get started.

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