Originally Posted by jimgo
BoatUS and NADA both have pricing data available, for free. NADA is great, because you don't have to interact with them. BoatUS's information may be more accurate, but you have to give them information (including your contact info) before they will send you the pricing.
I have found that NADA values seem low, now if that is a more realistic value, or is it what the insurance companies want to pay out if there is a claim? I am not sure, but many boats I look at I take the printout and they mostly say the same thing, that number is way off. I walk, and the boat is still on the market.