Where we advertise
At Westwater Yacht Sales we utilise a number of traditional and modern techniques to market our customers boats and our business to ensure we get maximum interest in your boat. This includes:
- Advertising your boat on our own Westwater Yacht Sales websites, which (unlike many traditional brokers’ websites) means your boat will have its own dedicated page on our website which is independently searchable by search engines such as Google, Bing, etc.
- Advertising your boat on the internet to customers worldwide via major portal sites, such as YachtWorld.com, boats.com, ybw.com, YachtMarket.com, Boatshop24.co.uk, boatsandoutboards.com, etc
- Advertising your boat on the ABYA (Association of Brokers & Yacht Agents) website which lists brokerage boats for sale by ABYA professional yacht brokers.
- Listing your boat on our Westwater Yacht Sales Facebook page.
- Marketing your boat on Twitter using our Westwater Yacht Sales Twitter account.
- Providing details of your boat to our extensive network of partner brokers that we work with which are based in the UK, throughout Europe, Scandinavia and further a field, that may have a customer searching for a particular boat like yours.
- As part of our co-brokerage working arrangements with other brokers, they may also list your boat on their website (subject to approval) which gives your boat further exposure to additional potential customers in other regions.
- Matching your boat with customer contacts (done automatically by our CRM system) who are on our extensive retained list of customers searching for a boat like yours, and contacting them by telephone and email.
- Showing your boat on our listing displays at our office and on our external display boards located on our boat sales site at Titchmarsh Marina, where we enjoy regular footfall of interested customers.
- Where appropriate, advertising in local and national press.
- For boats displayed on our sales site, ‘For Sale’ boards on stands, which will show listing details, will be provided and positioned in front of each vessel.