While a neat idea, I'm afraid it is really like asking folks for an anchor recommendation. You might as well list every one ever made. Most anything will get one vote.
btw, I see you edited the OP. Having the same 10k price brackets at each boat length isn't quite right and maxing a 50+ footer, let alone 40 to 45 (you skipped 45 to 50?) at 70k is rather limiting. For that matter, spending 70k on a 25 footer would be astonishing.
It is a work in progress. No, spending 70k+ for a 25' boat isn't unreasonable since it could be a new build.
I see lots of prices and no list what gives
I just made it yesterday and in order for it to become full of boats it requires the community input.
The parameters give a false expectation that a specific length and model of a vessel has a specific range of value. Year, condition, equipment, location and more have a huge effect on value as well as the motivation of the seller. There is also a great variety in the space that is functional for different crews and crew numbers within similar vessels and varieties of interior layouts for the same model years. Then add the differences in intended cruising areas that affect choices of draft, rig, performance, and vertical clearance. Any attempt to lay out the recommended vessels by length, price and and a couple of other criteria will be a disadvantage to anyone shopping for what might be best for them. I like a vessel that has a shoal draft and presents a gentile profile to what I might encounter under water and will not snag pot lines with a skeg or prop. I needed to buy a vessel that could clear 55' fixed bridges and provide separate cabins for my son and daughter. I want easy engine access and DIY possibilities. Where would I or anybody else find what they need on such a chart? I like your eager hope to have such a list, but I can't imagine one that functions. Take care and joy, Aythya crew
Consider this; the list in the future encompasses over 250,000 boats. It would n't be worth going into any detail of the boats since it is just a general
list, not like yachtworld. Also some of the boats listed can come in multiple configurations (like the Cat 30; tall rig, standard rig; fin keel, wing keel), so to put all that info in seems redundant because a link can be added to the association attributed to that boat.
It is suppose be a RECOMMENDED list aka simple. It is for everyone's judgement to narrow it down them-self from which models they find that fit their own specific criteria. IF this would be a SPECIFIC list, then it would be a different story and be my guest if you want to create one of those.