Tartan 37 ($ 23,000 low end)
Depending on what extras you want to feature on your Tartan 37, it can run you anywhere from $23,000 to $49,000. Yes, this one might be pushing it a bit (to get it under the $30,000 price tag), but—even with the bare minimum—this sailboat is both beautiful and fantastically constructed.
With its teak trim and veneered plywood external lead ballast, the balsa-cored hull, the construction is exquisitely done. The deck is tabbed with the bulkheads.
The fiberglass headliners are molded with grooves so the bulkheads fit well before they are glued and/or bolted.
That being said, it’s important to note that You may find the price a little different. This is why prices are often difficult to find online when you are searching for a specific boat in mind.
Between personal watercraft, secondhand yachts, and the boats on this list, you can find incredible boats in your budget. You just need to know where to look and to keep your eyes peeled for a good deal.
Make a list of the amenities you want, as well as a list of prices:
- What are you going to use your boat for? Which amenities do you need for those activities?
- What is the highest price you will go (including all of the extra fees and taxes)?
- How much do you have for annual fees? Insurance, slip or rack rental, etc.
- What is your ideal (realistic) price for the boat itself (including engine and trailer)?
If you want to look into used boats out of here, make sure you set aside a little money for a marine specialist. This person can look at the boat to make sure it is sound and seaworthy. Not to worry, At Omega water marine, our specialists do all the necessary inspections to make sure you get just the best delivered to you even at the comfort of your home.
Often, just the peace of mind is worth the price.