If you want to sell your boat, I recommend you strongly consider the following three points to avoid disappointment:
Get your boat ready first. Fix everything that needs attention. All maintenance and safety equipment should be up to date. Complete a proper list of upgrades and maintenance. Clean the boat inside and out like it has never been cleaned before.
Ask your broker for a realistic market evaluation using Sold Boat data and current market comparables. Discuss fully your expectations of time frame involved in selling your boat.
Price your boat at the lowest price you will consider and make it firm. A firm, but fair price will attract more buyers. Wishful pricing makes for stale listings.
If you want to buy a boat, just remember that you get what you pay for. If the price is too good to be true, it’s usually because it’s not.