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"Are You Tired of Chasing Down
Your Dream Boat Only To Find
It's Not The Right One?"

At the New England Boat Buyer Seminar, 
You get all the information you need for
your ship when it finally comes in

In just one session - you'll be amazed at how much time and money these speakers will
save for you...

 

From: Robin G. Coles

RE: New England Boat Buyer Seminar

Dear Fellow Boating Enthusiast:

Have you heard the news?

On March 13, 2010, a brand new seminar will be held with one sole purpose and that is to educate boat buyers, like yourself, how to save time and money on buying the boat of your dreams.

Now that's a tall order, wouldn't you agree?

Buying a boat can be the most exciting thing you'll ever do in your life. And, it's a great way to include both your family and friends. Not to mention all the fun you'll have while out on the water. 

At the Boat Buyer Seminar you'll discover:

  • What most boat and yacht brokers don't want you to know

  • 7 tips to having a successful survey

  • Why marinas require the insurance they do

  • Where to get the best financing deals

  • The basics of being prepared when an emergency situation arises

  • The type of boat that's right for you and your family

  • Understand the difference between the various types of "used" boats, 
    ie. repo, private party, sitters, ebay, auctions, Northern vs Southern

  • Know the benefits of having a survey done on the boat of your choice

  • Be able to obtain proper coverage for your boat

  • Obtain the best financial service at the lowest rates

  • Gain access to a close knit network of people to help you make your purchase as painless as possible

  • "Be Prepared" with the basics of boat safety in case of an emergency

  • Receive a recording to listen to over and over again any time you need to refresh what was said, rather than rely on your memory or notes

How Does This Differ From Any Other
Boat Buying Course?

  • First, most of them are done at a boat show, usually in a blocked off section of the showroom floor or outside in a tent.  Either way, it's noisy and hard to hear. 

We're holding ours in a conference room at the Marriott Courtyard.

  • Second, I've been to some of those other types of boat buying courses and walked away more confused than ever. 

Each speaker will have a maximum of 45 minutes to walk you through what you can expect  from their type of service. This includes what the current regulations are, types of reports that are necessary and for whom, etc. You'll also get to submit your questions ahead of time when you register to guarantee an answer. Of course, the last 5 - 10 minutes of their presentation will also be open for Q&A. Not to mention the fact that the speakers will be available the full day for networking and one-on-one time to answer any specific questions/concerns you may have.

  • Third, boat safety is extremely important.

    And it's so important that we've included an afternoon session being taught by the Coast Guard Auxilary to make sure that your dreams of smooth sailing don't turn into nautical nightmares.

  • Plus, you have to depend on your notes and memory.

We're recording the seminar, then giving you a copy, both the audio and a text version of the audio.

Sounds Great So Far, Doesn't It?

Of course it does! And to go one step further, the speakers will not just put up a powerpoint presentation and read from the slides. They will make this interactive and informative by using  examples, stories, and photographs. This gives you a way to remember why you should or shouldn't do something related to your purchase.

The only way you can sink money on your purchase
is to ignore these experts!

Let's meet the speakers...

John Crosby - Boat Broker

 

 

 

 

 

John is a boater himself and has been in the brokerage service for over ten years. It's his passion for boating and wanting to help others find the right boat for them that has led John to start his own brokerage service in 2005.

www.neyb.com

Member of YBAA (Yacht Brokers Association of America)

 

Rob Scanlan - Master Marine Surveyor

 

 

 

 

 

Rob Scanlan was the first Marine Surveyor in the United States to be accepted by the National Marine Bankers Association and The Yacht Brokers Association of America. 

A Master Marine Surveyor since 1986, Scanlan knows his way around just about every type of vessel. He's also got an extensive background in pre-purchase and financial surveys, insurance appraisals, adjusting, bank/estate and tax donation appraisals.

www.mastermarinesurveyor.com

Accredited & Certified Marine Surveyor
Registered Marine Witness Expert Litigation
USSA Master Marine Surveyor
Member of CMS/MMS/ACMS

Shawn Rogan - Boat Loans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shawn's been working for Sterling Associates for over 12 years.  Starting as an underwriter for three years then moving into a position of a loan officer. The underwriting background helps him work with his customers to get the necessary information in getting the financing approved.  

Shawn received an MBA from Nichols College. A BS in political science from Bridgewater State with a minor in
business.

Sterling Associates is the leader in New England with other offices in FL and CA. They are owned by UniBank for Savings and held to the higher standard of a bank in customer security.

Member of:

YBAA- Yacht Brokers Association of America
MMTA- Mass Marine Trade Association
NMBA- National Marine Bankers Association

Tracy Sullivan - Boat Insurance and Documentation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tracy has been working for Almeida & Carlson Insurance Agency for 15 years.  The agency has a 30 year tradition of being one of the leading providers of Marine Insurance for private and commercial boat owners, marinas and boatyards along the entire coast of the United States.

Almeida & Carlson represent a carefully selected group of financially sound insurance companies and constantly monitor their performance to ensure the best possible premiums and service.

Their Marine Insurance Division is staffed by individuals who have many years of boating experience.  Having been raised in a traditional New England Fishing family, we have gained valuable and useful experience serving as crew members on former family owned fishing vessels.

Member of:

IGFA - Billfish Foundation
Osterville Anglers Club
Mass Marine Trade Association
Cape Cod Marine Trade Association
Sandwich Yacht Club
Falmouth Grand Prix Fishing Tournament

Coast Guard Auxilary - Suddenly in Command

You purchase a new boat and step aboard for the first time. "You are Suddenly in Command." 

You will learn about your vessel, including nomenclature and operating principles including starting the engine. Also included are descriptions of what causes boating mishaps and how to minimize them, basic boat handling and what equipment should be on board.

Misfortune occurs in seconds, and you have the rest of your life to be grateful that you knew what to do because you were prepared.

  Here's a few comments from others..

"I wish I had the practical research and buying tips provided by John.  It would have saved me a lot of time, heartache and money."

Robin,

Iíve had the pleasure and good fortune to listen to expert, John Crosby on buying boats. 

I can tell you from personal experience the difficulty in selecting just the right boat based on your needs and wants, and negotiating the best possible price for that boat.

I had to go through the arduous task of finding the perfect boats.  It took me three months to eventually find my first boat and over six months to select my second. I finally got a Bayliner Capri 1950 for my personal craft and a Marine Trader 44 foot trawler as a business yacht.

I wish I had the practical research and buying tips provided by John.  It would have saved me a lot of time, heartache and money.

I wholeheartedly recommend this to anyone in the market to buy or sell a boat, regardless if itís your first boat or your tenth boat.

Robert DiMattia
Georgia

"I figure that the tips about "boat slips" and "boat surveys" alone will save me a bundle."

Robin, 

I'm planning to buy a boat and save some money in this economy, and your expert advice sure showed me some great tips I hadn't thought of.

I figure that the tips about "boat slips" and "boat surveys" alone will save me a bundle.

Thanks for the great resource; I would recommend this to anyone buying a boat.

Bill Thomas
Leonardtown, Maryland

Here's what you get..

Premium Ticket Bonus Package!

  1. Seminar Recordings
    A recording of the seminar in two formats: one to listen to, the other to read. We want you to learn from these guys, not worry about taking notes

  2. An 8 1/2 x 11 plastic sleeve filled with business cards from known sources in the industry that the speakers work with on a daily basis.
    These include yacht broker, surveyors, insurance and financial agents, transportation, etc. Should you have a question or need some work done, you'll have a name of someone who can help at your fingertips  

  3. Check list to use while comparing your selected boats.
    No two boats are exactly alike. This will help you see which boats you can eliminate from that second look, saving time and money

  4. Log to record information about the various boats you've looked at.
    It's not easy trying to remember what each boat has or doesn't have, let alone any repairs it may need. This log will help you make that final decision on which boat is right for you

  5. Plus much more

New England Boat Buyer Seminar Details

Date: March 13, 2010

Time: 8:00am - 12:00pm - Buying a Boat Seminar

12:00 - 12:45pm - Networking Lunch 
(everyone pays for their own meal)

our expert speakers are available for you 
to ask even more questions during

1:00pm - 5:00pm - Suddenly in Command

Where: East Boston, MA

Airport: Boston Logan Airport

Conference Hotel: Marriott Courtyard
Rte 1A
(225 McClellan Highway)
1-617-569-5250

      


And here's what you leave with..

At the end of the New England Boat Buyer's Seminar, you'll:

  • What most boat and yacht brokers don't want you to know

  • 7 tips to having a successful survey

  • Why marinas require the insurance they do

  • Where to get the best financing deals

  • The basics of being prepared when an emergency situation arises

  • Know the type of boat that's right for you and your family

  • Understand the difference between the various types of "used" boats, 
      ie. repo, private party, sitters, ebay, auctions, Northern vs Southern

  • Know the benefits of having a survey done on the boat of your choice

  • Be able to obtain proper coverage for your boat

  • Obtain the best financial service at the lowest rates

  • Gain access to a close knit network of people to help you make your purchase as painless as possible

  • "Be Prepared" with the basics of boat safety in case of an emergency

  • Receive a recording to listen to over and over again any time you need to refresh what was said, rather than rely on your memory or notes (Premium Package Only)

As you can imagine, the tips and insights you'll discover 
can save you thousands and thousands of dollars...

"Sign me up right now Robin!"

Make your choice of ticket below...


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Premium Ticket - $147
(with bonus)
Basic Ticket - $97
(without bonus)

Just one other thing...

Seating is limited to only 50 people and tickets will not be sold at the door - so get your tickets now to make sure you reserve your seats before we sell out.

 

You get all of this and our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee or your money back - no questions asked!

 

If for any reason, you feel we did not live up to our end and provide you with the tools necessary to buying your boat, request a refund and we'll return your registration fee within 24 hours. No hard feelings.

Join us in East Boston March 13, 2010
and prepare to enjoy your boating fun...

Robin G. Coles
TheNauticalLifestyle.com

P.S. - Don't put it off. Register now - this will sell out.

P.P.S. - Still not sure or have questions? Give me a call at 339-532-8334.

 

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