What’s Your Boat Type?

Curious about cruisers? Pondering a pontoon? Wild about water sports? Hooked on fishing? There are so many boat types, it can be hard to know where to start. DiscoverBoating.com’s interactive Boat Selector Tool makes it easy.

It allows you to choose by:

  • Type of activities
  • Number of passengers
  • Boat Length
  • Propulsion
  • Trailerable

Once you narrow it down by the criteria, you can compare the different boat types that match your lifestyle.

Check out the Boat Selector Tool here!

What are the advantages of buying a new boat?

  • Shopping for a new boat means you can go out on the water knowing that the hull, on-board systems and engine are in top-notch condition. If, by off chance, something does go wrong, your boat will be under warranty and you’ll have a ready resource for help.
  • Following the same course of thought, when you buy new, the boat’s history starts with you. You control its destiny. You get to live the fantasy of taking her out on her “maiden voyage” at your lakefront property rather than settling for a redo. Buying new also gives you the special honor of naming the boat, rather than inheriting a name.
  • Buying new also gives you the freedom to be selective. Go ahead; be picky. Comparison shop. With all the information you gather, you may find yourself in a position to negotiate a better price when you’re ready to buy your boat.
Posted by Scott Freerksen “The Lake Guy”

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