Catcher Yachts is located in Dana
Point Harbor and is the dealer for Pacific Seacraft and Ericson
Yachts and quality used boats. If you want to go cruising
check them out.
WE'LL FIND YOUR BOAT AND OFFER YOU A WORLD OF SUPPORT!
Be it near or far, we will do the research and legwork to locate the proper yacht for your needs.
The after sales support that we will give you is also of major importance to us and our clients.
2330 Shelter Island Drive, Suite 207, San Diego, CA 92106, USA
, Tel (619) 224-2349, Fax (619) 224-4692
Sales! Broker for new Catalina, Tartan and Island
Packet Yachts. In addition to quality new sail and power boat lines including: Catalina Yachts, Tartan Yachts, Island Packet Yachts and Packet Craft, we are pleased to offer a fine selection of pre-owned boats for sale. These include carefully selected boats that we represent for the current owners, as well as a limited number of boats that we own, having taken them in trade on a new boat. "A sale is never final, only a beginning!"
128 Howard Street, New London, CT 06320, USA, Tel 860 442 1154
Fax 860 442 3622
Beach Yacht Sales...Dealer for Viking Yachts, Viking Sport Cruisers, Sunseeker, Cruisers Yachts and Silverton as well as a Full Service Brokers for large 'FRESH WATER' power boats from 25'-100'. We are one of the oldest and most respected dealers in the Great Lakes and are recognized for 'Under promising and Over delivering'. 24400 East Jefferson, St. Clair Shores, MI 48080.
586-778-7600, Fax 586-778-0742
these Harbors for more Brokers
Barbara Harbor | Ventura Harbor | Channel Islands
Harbor | King Harbor | San Pedro Harbor | Long
Beach Harbor | Alamitos | Avalon | Two Harbors
| Newport Beach Harbor | Dana
Point Harbor | Oceanside Harbor | Mission Bay | San
Diego Harbor | Ensenada Harbor
a Broker? And which one?
Since 1983, we've
owned 6 boats and 4 dinghies between us and sold 4 of the boats,
given away one of the dinghies and sunk another. What does this mean to
you and why should you care? Well, the boat I still have is the one I went
through a Broker to purchase. He did such a good job in matching me to
my boat that I now call her home!
I've found that word
of mouth is the best reference a Broker can have....ask a lot questions
of the folks that you know that have the type of boat you want.... the
last one being "who did you go through to get it?" If they like their boat,
you'll find a Broker who listens!
There are a couple
of things to look for in choosing "your broker". First, you must determine
just what you are looking for and be ready to explain it. Do you want a
cruising sailboat, a coastal cruiser, a boat to take to the Island for
the weekend or a hot little number that has the potential of taking first
place in the buoy race? Do you want a powerboat that Mama is happy on for
a week or one that has enough beer cooling space for your fishing buddies?
What you want will help you determine which Broker you chose.
Second, try to find
a broker who has an interest, background and experience in the type of
boat you are looking for. It was no coincidence that the Broker I got my
'36 through bought one 6 months later! It was his dream too! A Broker's
experience is invaluable and they can direct you to good sources of documentation
services, shipyards, finance, surveyors, slip space and all the other good
stuff that will suddenly be dumped in your ditty bag when you buy or sell
And, finally, find
a Broker that you like and shows genuine interest in what you want. (This
is a common sense thing, hopefully he or she will be spending some time
with you and if you can't stand the pitch of their voice or the way they
chew gum, you'll go nuts!)