Save big on quality pre-owned boats right here on Long Island! We're offering huge savings on used Robalo, Monterey, Sea Doo, Malibu, Chaparral, and many more! We've got used inventory from yachts to wave-runners, bow riders to center consoles. Come check out our incredible used boats for sale and learn why we're Long Island's trusted used boat dealer!
Check out our used fishing boats, speed boats, yachts and more all priced to sell. Not seeing what you're looking for Check out our new boats for sale. We proudly sell Robalo offshore fishing boats, Monterey sport boats, Steiger Craft fishing boats, Blackfin center console boats.
We offer boats and pontoons from Starcraft, Sylvan, Sunchaser, and Bentley along with outboard motors from Evinrude, Yamaha, Mercury, and Suzuki. Why do we sell the brand we do One reason is that as a family-owned business, it's important to us to support other family-owned businesses. Starcraft, Sylvan, and Sunchaser provide a great line of boats from a family-owned business.
We have been in the boating industry for 20 years and we are the exclusive New York dealer of the Everglades, Sailfish and World Cat boat lines. In addition to new we also offer brokerage as well as used boats.As the new Long Island Dealer for Sailfish Boats and World Cat these exciting top of the line value brands gives us models ranging from center consoles to walk around to dual consoles.
USCG Documentation to State Registration:If the vessel was previously documented with the Coast Guard, a notarized bill of sale from the seller and letter of deletion from the Coast Guard must accompany a copy of seller's documentation from the previous owner.Note: Any vessel (new or used) requesting RI registration, entering US through Customs, (may include custom forms: 7501 or 368), must provide appropriate paperwork along with registration forms.
The long-tail boat, also known as \"Ruea Hang Yao\" in Thai, is a type of watercraft that originated in Thailand in the early 20th century. The first long-tail boat was created by Sanong Thitibura in Sing Buri province, Thailand, in the 1930s. Thitibura, who worked as a helmsman for the Royal family, developed the long-tail boat by mounting an engine on a rowing boat and extending the shaft to create a long propeller. Since then, the long-tail boat has been further developed by other boat builders in Thailand, including Sucheep Ratsarn, Chanchai Phairatkhun, Sukhum Chirawanit, and Samai Kittikhun. Today, the long-tail boat is a popular and iconic form of transportation and fishing boat, often used to transport passengers and tourists, and employed as sightseeing boats in coastal areas.
Thailand's most distinctive form of coastal transport is in danger of becoming obsolete. In 1989, the Thai government banned logging of natural forests. This led to a shortage of timber used in boat making, and required the wood to be imported from other countries. With a recent increase in the cost of imported timber, there has been a drastic decline in the number of new boats constructed, which has caused the price of an individual boat to skyrocket. A few years ago, a long-tail boat cost about 3,000 baht (US$83). Now, according to Chot, a local long-tail boat captain on Ko Samui, Thailand, a boat costs almost 70 times as much. \"Now, it's over 200,000 baht (US$5,500). That's 200,000 only for the hull of a new boat,\" Chot said, \"not including the engine.\" As a consequence, long-tails are sharing the water with an increasing number of speedboats. Speedboats hold more people and they travel faster, tempting some guides to switch from longtails to speedboats.
Love them or loathe them, Island Packets are everywhere. To some, the beamy, full-keel, high-freeboard hull designs seem quaint, to put it charitably. To others, the robust construction standards, roomy interiors and overall user-friendliness make them the ideal cruising boat. More than most, sailing vessels are compromises, and Bob Johnson and his crew at Island Packet were brilliant in prioritizing the needs of sailors. The IP 35 was introduced in 1988 and features a huge cockpit, an easy-to-handle cutter rig with a jib boom, and a clever, comfortable interior with the volume of many 40-footers. It might not be the fastest boat upwind, but the long waterline translates to good performance off the breeze, meaning the IP 35 finds its stride in the trade winds. In all, 188 boats were built before production stopped in 1994.
This is the largest of the Long Island boat shows. This is a great place to learn about ALL the boats for sale on Long Island. This show has both new boats for sale and detailed listings of numerous used boats for sale. The show is an easy drive from NYC, Queens, Nassau County, and anywhere in Suffolk County. It also includes retailers with a huge selection of boat supplies.
A: State law requires the registration of any boat that is powered by a motor and operated on public waterways in Massachusetts. Registration is required even if the motor is not the primary means of propulsion for that boat. Some examples of boats that require registration include fishing boats with motors, recreational motorboats, canoes or sailboats that use motors (includes electric motors), and personal watercraft such as Jet Skis or wet bikes. Boats exempt from registration requirements include those that do not use motors, and documented vessels (large boats that are issued a marine document and registration through the U.S. Coast Guard). Vessels used solely by a city, county, state, or federal agency will be issued a certificate of registration and number at no charge
A: All boats 14 feet or greater in length that are designed for use with a motor, or that use a motor at any time, must be titled. For example, sailboats 14 feet or longer with a backup motor in use, or sailboats designed for use with a backup motor, must be titled. Even canoes 14 feet or longer that use a motor of any type must be titled. Boats exempt from titling requirements include U.S. government-owned vessels; federally documented vessels; boats used solely for demonstration, testing, sales, or promotional purposes by a dealer or manufacturer; and boats registered in another state which are not located in the Commonwealth for more than 60 consecutive day
A: In Massachusetts, initial registration and titling is done by filling out the department's registration application at any of five Registration offices. The boat owner must submit proof of ownership, a bill of sale, proof of payment of Massachusetts sales tax, and the appropriate registration and/or title fees. For new boats, an original manufacturer's statement of origin (MSO) must be provided as proof of ownership. An MSO, title, or previous registration can serve as proof of ownership for used boats.
A: The owner of a homemade boat should contact the Environmental Police (1-800-632-8075) to schedule an inspection of the vessel by an officer (EPO). Homemade boats must be inspected to establish proof of ownership and to verify the description of the vessel. The inspecting officer will provide the customer with an inspection certificate that must be presented when registering the vessel. At the time of registration, your boat will be assigned a HIN (Hull Identification Number). You will be given instructions on how to place this HIN on your boat. You must provide proof, to the registration office, of the HIN placement on your boat before you will receive your registration card and decal. In addition, the applicant must submit a completed form provided by the Department of Revenue showing that sales tax on materials used has been paid ( ST-6/6E ).
Know that when you purchase a used boat from Yankee Boating Center you are getting a boat to withstand the test of time for years to come. We thoroughly inspect our used boats making sure you get the value for your hard-earned money. Stop by our dealership and browse our extensive selection of pre-owned boats for sale today! We are located in Lake George & Diamond Point, NY near Albany.
Are their perfect boats on the used boat market Unfortunately, no, however, some are better than others are. However, if you know what to look for, your chance of finding the perfect boat for yourself is pretty likely. 59ce067264