My wife and I are re-thinking a bunch of things with regard to our boating strategy and finances. The upshot of all of it is that we are going to try and sell our boat and the slip we own and upgrade to a new boat and a different moorage situation.
Selling a boat is reasonably straightforward, and I'm trolling for good advice here on SailNet for that. But not many people own slips, or buy/sell them so info on this is harder to come by.
The first step I took was to visit the only slip broker in town, and he has my slip listed here Slip D-162 Anchor Cove Marina
but I want to do what I can to help the sale myself. I tried posing a craigslist add, and was thinking of making up some flyers to post at marainas in the area and in Seattle. Any other thoughts? An add in a paper, or is that too old school?
I'm also not sure about the price. It's a 55ft slip (62' max) with finger piers on both sides, so you can bumper-boat your way in, it's in a really nice marina, and he recommended listing it at a much lower price than anything else in town.
I feel a little weird that there is only one slip broker in town, so I don't exactly have lots of options on how and with whom to list it.