“… John Rodriguez Yachts provided a first class yacht brokerage service with standards of excellence rarely found in the industry…”
Sell your yacht with John Rodriguez Yachts.
John Rodriguez Yacht’s ability to deliver a knowledgeable private client brokerage service, along with ABYA marine conveyancing, directly to the international cruising and blue water yacht market is key to the successful sale of your yacht.
We also understand that high quality advertising is merely the beginning of the yacht sales process and providing you with a professional, yet highly personal, service throughout the negotiation and contractual stages is essential to achieving the final sale.
To sell your yacht we offer:
For details on selling your yacht please fill in our simple enquiry form, or call + 44 (0) 7505 485 950
Full service yacht brokerage fees from 6% plus VAT.
We are not restricted to just one marina location and your yacht may remain in commission at her home port or ashore. For clients with yachts for sale on River Hamble moorings, we have a RIB for easy access.
Full list of included services
We broker yachts in locations including, but not limited to; Southampton, Hamble, Hythe, Lymington, Isle of Wight, Christchurch, Poole, Portsmouth, Port Solent, Gosport, Chichester and with additional partner offices for yachts located across the UK and Europe.
Principal yacht broker John Rodriguez is himself an experienced long distance yachtsman and prior to his 10 year plus marine industry career spent many years in advertising working with agencies such as Saatchi & Saatchi, and as a result brings a wealth of additional specialist marketing knowledge to the brokerage.
For clients wishing to sell ex VAT yachts within the EU, we are authorised to use the ABYA Customs Warehouse Scheme.
John Rodriguez Yachts offers the following comprehensive yacht brokerage package:
For details on selling your yacht please fill in our simple enquiry form, or call us on +44(0)7505 485 950
The above list of services is a guide, as precise details will depend on the individual circumstances of each vessel.