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(open to brokers only,"

So you're not looking for a marketplace to BUY a boat, you're looking for someplace to SELL your own boat?

Because Yachworld is open to all buyers. There's nothing else really comparable as a place where folks go looking to buy boats, except on regional/local basis. Unless you count eBay, which can be a marine circus.
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Boats for Sale - New & Used Boat Sales - BoatQuest.com

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I tend to look at Craig's list more often than any of those - but then again, I'm sometimes a bit of a bottom-feeder and just sorta looking for anything interesting, odd or unusual (or ridiculously cheap).
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If you are looking to buy or sell a racer/cruiser or smaller racing boat, Sailing Anarchy is pretty good (but limited) because of the targeted listing.

Sailboat listings is pretty good, but not too thorough. Most of the other sites are commercial or broker sites.

If you are selling/buying a particular brand of boat, an excellent source is often the classified section of your owners/class association. That is how I found my boat - not listed anywhere else.
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In the UK esp at the lower end of the market Apolloduck

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Check some of the owners associations such as
SailboatOwners.com - Home
Endeavour Sailboat Owners Forum
Welcome to the CSY Owners' Group
Chrysler Sailing Association Web Site
and many others just google the maker of the boat brand you are intrested in .
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Boatcrazy is pretty good if you are located in the midwest. It's cheap enough to list a boat, though it caters more to powerboats.
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