Tuesday, 20 March 2018

Top Tips For Selling A Yacht

If you’re a true yacht lover, then you probably have a brilliant collection of boats or yachts that suit your key preferences and requirements. There may be situations where you decide to Sell A Yacht or boat that you no longer use or has become outdated. This blog will familiarize you with some of the simplest tips on selling a yacht.

(1) Focus on the condition of your yacht

Like real estate the idea of selling a yacht should be accompanied by paying special attention to the basic condition of the yacht. You should make every possible effort to keep your yacht clean and tidy. By keeping your yacht spotless, you are increasing the count of potential buyers for your yacht.

(2) Determine a competitive price for your yacht

Since every yacht is unique; its price is also different. You shouldn’t decide on a selling price based on having a glimpse at the prices that are being charged by other yacht sellers in the marine market. Instead, you should set a lower price for your yacht in order to attract maximum buyer attention and also speed up the sale of the yacht.

(3) Get your yacht listed on a leading online marine marketplace

One of the most effective means of selling your yacht is to get it listed on one of the leading marine marketplaces available online. AdamSea has emerged as one of the finest web-based marine marketplaces where you can list your used or new yachts for sale or auction, even if you’re looking to choose a platform where you can sell boat charter services, AdamSea is an online marketplace you can trust.

Wednesday, 14 March 2018

Handy Tips On Finding Used Boats Online



If you’re passionate about exploring water, then you’d definitely be interested in owning a huge collection of boats. Well, you can go ahead and find Used Boats Online. Such boats are absolutely affordable and available in a commendable condition. Through this blog, I’ll be sharing a few simply tips that can be followed for determining the used boats online. So, let’s hop onto these tips now!

1.       Decide on the amount you are willing to spend

Since there are numerous Boat Dealers Online and each dealer offers a different price for some or the other used boat, it is important to decide about the total amount that you’d be spending on the purchase of the chosen boat. AdamSea is a superb online marine marketplace wherein you can get in touch with the most trusted boat dealers online and go ahead with purchasing the finest boat at a reasonable cost.

2.      Have a glimpse at the collection of the boat dealer

Before picking up a used boat, it is recommended to gather complete details about the collection of used boats that are on sale. You must also ensure to check the date of manufacturing for the used boat that has been listed for the purpose of selling.

3.      Compare the rates of used boats offered by different online boat dealers

AdamSea has evolved into a well-known marketplace where the boat dealers meet and finalize deals. You can also opt for getting in touch with providers of worldwide marine services. Before finalizing a deal for a used boat, make it a point to compare the prices of used boats offered by different dealers. Doing this would enable you to have a clearer idea about the genuine prices of used boats in the online marine marketplace.

Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Visit the Best Sunset Spots on Your Luxury Boat Rental Worldwide



Register as a Luxury Boat Rental Company on AdamSea.com

Soak up the sunshine, blissful white-sand beaches, islands, lagoons and scintillating sunsets on a Luxury Boat Rental holiday in these leading winter destinations worldwide.

The Maldives is among the most luxurious travel destinations nowadays and lures numerous travellers and boat charterers. The islands are renowned for the pink-hued sunsets and sparkling beaches which create a romantic ambience for adults and a wonderland for kids.

Seychelles conjures electrifying images of the sun reflecting off the pristine sand, turquoise water and blazing sunsets. Get your thrills from an extensive range of on-shore and on the water activities. Fall in love with the coral reef, nature reserves and islands which are home to exotic birds, bright flowers and plentiful greenery.

Mauritius is a cosmopolitan destination with a mix of different languages and cultures. It is also a popular hub of catamarans and sailing boats. Soak in the stress-free ambience within verdant natural surroundings and enjoy a round of golf or the luxury spa facilities.


Thailand is a fun loving, exotic, tropical, cultured yet historic boat charter destination. Sample the appetizing Thai cuisine, interact with the welcoming locals and see the glorious architecture onshore. Boating enthusiasts are also lured by the large-scale development project of its marinas.

Diving, fishing, cruising along the reef-lined beaches and soaking up the sun on the beautiful beaches is what it's all about on a Luxury Boat Charter holiday to The British Virgin Islands. Spend a peaceful day sunbathing on the soft-sand beaches or go snorkelling and get your thrills from water-sports.

Go for a dip with the vibrant sea life of the Great Barrier Reef or see the most beautiful beach worldwide on your Whitsundays boat rental holiday. Spread ceremoniously through the Coral Sea the sandy periphery of these 74 islands offer splendid views of awe-inspiring sunsets.

With its surreal surrounds, St-Barth is predictably a destination of choice for the elite. Gustavia is the capital of St Barths and is renowned for its high-end restarts, boat-filled harbour, boutiques and historical tourist attractions.

These are the Top Sunset Spots to Visit on Your Luxury Boat Rental holiday worldwide...

Once you have found the right Luxury Boat, Book with AdamSea.com

Saturday, 17 February 2018

AdamSea for Shippers


AdamSea for Shippers

AdamSea attracts new boat manufacturers and used boat/yacht sellers and buyers in one marketplace requiring the same service: shipment. By registering with AdamSea and becoming a partner, you gain access to shipping opportunities to destinations all over the world. Every time a sale is made through AdamSea, all shippers who are registered with AdamSea will receive an email giving them the opportunity to submit a shipping quote to the buyer.

AdamSea connects worldwide boat sellers, new and used, to buyers all over the world. Used boats or yachts will be shipped from the seller’s location while new boats and yachts will be shipped from the manufacturer’s place of business. Shipping destinations are located all over the world and include destinations in the Middle East, Asia, Australia, Africa, Europe, and many more.

As shipping is an integral piece of the AdamSea sales process, shippers are not only important but absolutely necessary. Every single sale which is made through AdamSea, whether new or used, requires a request for shipment quotes. The process for you as a shipper begins when the buyer has reached the Shipment section of their transaction. The buyer must fill out a Shipment Request form, after which the AdamSea sales engine sends email notifications to affiliated shipment companies, requesting a quote to be sent directly to the buyer’s email address. You will then click on the link you are sent to submit a quote to the buyer through your AdamSea account. When you click the link, the dashboard you are taken to will contain the origin and destination locations, boat information and other data in order to provide a quote. You must provide your quote within 24 hours of receiving the email. The buyer can view your quote in their member account.

By working with AdamSea as a shipper, you receive benefits for you and your company such as year round word, leads to ship vessels all over the world, access to new markets, and advertising services on AdamSea.com only to name a few. Since AdamSea only works as a lead generator for your shipping services, you are responsible for the transactions between you and the buyers. This means there is no percentage of your fee which needs to go to AdamSea. In return, AdamSea asks that you abide by their terms of service and offer excellent customer service to their customers buying boats through them.

To register as a shipper with AdamSea, visit https://www.adamsea.com/register/Shipment

Monday, 5 February 2018

Become a Surveyor with AdamSea

Become a Surveyor with AdamSea

AdamSea recommends that each used boat purchased is surveyed before completing the purchase. Because of this, surveyors who register with AdamSea benefit from exclusive opportunities to survey a large variety of boats and yachts before they are shipped to destinations all over the world.

Your responsibilities as a surveyor begin after the buyer and seller have agreed on a price for the vessel. The buyer will then select Payment and be advised to have the vessel surveyed. The buyer is responsible for the cost of the survey. That cost will be transferred into a holding account which guarantees payments when the survey and inspection is done, and all reports, video and pictures are uploaded.

Once the buyer has requested for their boat to be surveyed, the closest surveyor will be sent a message from AdamSea to request their certification for the boat. If you are the closest surveyor, you will receive the boat description and the boat’s location. Once you acknowledge receipt of the request, you have 3 days to complete the certification process and complete and upload the finished report.

If you are interested in becoming an AdamSea survey partner, start by visiting www.adamsea.com. Then go to Register and select “Boat Surveyor.” You can then fill out the required information online. Once you click register you will then receive an agreement ID which will allow you to generate your user name and password.

When you are in the system as a surveyor, your company will begin to receive survey and inspection tasks via email notification. This notification will contain a link which brings you right to your Boat Surveyor account dashboard. Your account will contain:

  • Accurate yacht location
  • Customized AdamSea standard survey report (download from dashboard)
  • Payment notification
  • Yacht specifications

You must use the AdamSea standard report of certification/survey to survey the vessel.

A surveyor for AdamSea receives numerous benefits and privileges not only for yourself but for your company. You have the ability to work year round as AdamSea customers come from all around the world. You are given surveying tasks within your province, so your jobs will not be too far from home. You have the potential to perform hundreds of surveys with access to all new clients and marinas. Through AdamSea, your payment is guaranteed upon completion.

Register Now!


The AdamSea Buyer Experience

The AdamSea Buyer Experience

The boat buying process can be a daunting task, especially if that process is done entirely online. Luckily, AdamSea is there to ease some of the stress associated with buying a boat online. With AdamSea, you will buy from safe, secure sellers. Along with security, AdamSea can offer you as a buyer a pleasant, one-stop, hassle free buying experience.

Buyers will begin their search for the perfect vessel by registering with an AdamSea account. Once logged in, AdamSea offers options for both basic and advanced searches for boats. Simply enter your criteria for either type of search and sift through the watercrafts that match your specifications.


My Boat.
Eventually you will find a boat or yacht you wish to purchase, and when that time comes you will begin your correspondence with the seller by clicking “Buy It Now.” Then you can talk to the seller and make sure the boat is still available and view boat details such as length, engine type, and other characteristics. If you still wish to buy the boat after viewing the details, you click “Confirm to Buy.” You will then move to Negotiation.

Negotiation.
During the negotiation, you will negotiate directly with the seller without any type of intervention from AdamSea. The boat you are trying to buy will have a price listed as either “Negotiable” or “Fixed.” If fixed, you will proceed to Payment. If negotiable, you will enter your proposed price. Once the seller accepts the price, you will proceed to Payment.

Payment.
Here you will see full cost of the boat including the cost of certification and tax, but excluding the shipping cost; this will be determined later. AdamSea also give you the freedom to choose the payment method for the certification. AdamSea advises that every boat undergo certification to ensure the boat you buy is functioning properly. Once paid, you move to Certify (Survey) My Boat.

Certify (Survey) My Boat. 
The closest surveyor will be sent a request to certify your boat. They receive the boat description and the boat location. Once the request for certification is received, the certifier has 3 days to complete the request and upload the Report.

Report.
In this section, you receive the certificate as a PDF file, pictures of the boat, and a video of the boat. You will then circle back to Payment.

Payment.
You place funds in escrow with AdamSea as per one of their payment options based on the price of the boat. AdamSea then moves to the Shipment process once the payment is received.

Shipment.
You will complete a Shipment Request form. You will then receive a shipping quote from shipping companies via email. Choose the shipping vendor you want, and make a payment directly to the shipper and not via AdamSea or the seller.

New Boat
They buying process for a new boat is similar to that of a used boat, but you do not get to negotiate a price and the boat does not need outside certification.

Auditing
AdamSea audits every one of your transactions every step of the way. This ensures safety for both you as the buyer and for the seller. AdamSea auditors will decline any transaction that does not meet AdamSea terms of service, does not have complete reporting, or is suspicious in nature—allowing you peace of mind during the entire process.

Now you are the proud owner of a water traveling vessel, providing hours of enjoyment for you and your family and friends. Travel safely!


To register as a buyer FREE on Adamsea, click the link - https://www.adamsea.com/register/Buyer

Saturday, 2 December 2017

Safety Procedures to Keep In Mind

Safety Procedures to Keep In Mind
Some of the best vacations or relaxing weekends can be had on a boat. Accidents do happen, however, and when they do it is best to be prepared. Most of the items on this list are quick and easy to check every time your vessel hits the water, and some of these safety steps should be kept in mind for certain situations no matter if you have guests on board or not. Employ these safety measures before, during, and after you sail


Before Departure
Check Weather Conditions
You most likely have already done this while planning a water-bound holiday, but make sure you double check once again before departing. Weather conditions can change in an instant, and you do not want to find yourself in the middle of a storm while trying to enjoy some relaxation time.

Check for Required Safety.
The Coast Guard requires anyone sailing to have certain safety items on board. These items should be accounted for every time you set sail, and they can be kept on board to be stored when your vessel is not on the water. The list of items the Coast Guard requires is:

· Life jackets
· Throwable flotation device
· Horn or sound-producing device
· Fire extinguishers
· Flares or other visual distress signals
· Operational navigation lights

Perform Engine Checks. Ensure that your engine is working properly before you take off. This preventative maintenance takes some time before every excursion, but it is nothing compared to what you will go through if you experience engine troubles on the water.· Check lubricating oil

· Check fuel level
· Check the function of buzzers on engine panel
· Verify cooling water flow
· Check for oil pressure
· Attach kill switch lanyard if applicable

Implement a Float Plan. Have a point of contact on shore who knows when you are setting sail, where you are going, and when you plan to arrive/return. This person should be contacted with updates if problems arise and your plan changes.
On the Water.Drink Responsibly. Accidents happen at any time, but they are more likely to happen when inhibitions are lowered. Have fun, but remember that you are still on the water and limit your drinking to an appropriate level.

Keep an Eye on the Weather. Though you should have checked the weather beforehand, you should still keep an eye out for weather which looks concerning. Use your best judgement and take shelter at the nearest harbor or marina if you do not think you should keep sailing.
Know Where the Nearest Harbor Is. If you do run into a problem while on the water, you should know where the safest harbor is. Do not rely on searching for a harbor you do not know the exact location of when you need help or safety.
At the Dock.

Moor Boat Securely. Be sure the water craft is secured at the bow, stern, spring lines, and fenders. Also make sure the lines are protected from chafe. Connect Shore Power Cable. Double check that the battery charger is connected and switched on. Check that the power cable is protected from chafe. Ensure that the inverter is turned off if it needs to be. Close Float Plan. Let your contact know that you have arrived or returned to your destination safely.

Visit AdamSea to register to rent or offer boats for charter or to rent or charter a boat.

Everything You Need to Know About Winter Storage

Everything You Need to Know About Winter Storage

If you live in an area where your boat needs to be stored for the winter, these tips will help you know which storage option is best for you and keep you boat safe and well-kept over the winter.

Storage Options

Outdoor Storage. Outdoor storage is the cheapest option when it comes to storing your boat for winter. While outdoor storage is virtually cost free, it has multiple drawbacks. It is absolutely necessary to have a well-fitting cover because the boat will be continually exposed to the harsh elements of winter. A boat takes up space in your yard and might be seen as an eyesore. You also need to arrange for transportation to take your vessel to and from the dock.

Boat Storage Facilities. Though not free like outdoor storage, boat storage facilities are relatively inexpensive and easy to find. And unlike outdoor storage, boat storage facilities keep boats away from the elements. You still do need to find transportation to and from the dock, though, and larger vessels will not fit in a standard storage unit.

Dry Stack Storage. Dry stack storage is usually located near a dock, so you do not need to find a way to transport the boat to and from the dock. This type of storage is typically stored in a warehouse to keep it out of the elements, but storage racks may be kept outdoors in some situations and leaves boats susceptible to the elements. Dry stack storage is not as cost effective as other options, and larger boats will not fit in dry stack storage.

Indoor Boat Storage. Often times, indoor boat storage includes free transportation of vessels along with maintenance and monitored security. These types of storage facilities can accommodate vessels of any size while keeping them out of the elements. However, these perks come at a price as this is the most costly storage option.

Boat Preparation

Change Oil. Water can find its way into a boat’s oil whether it is through cracks in the tank or from condensation. This water can corrode your tank over the winter and cause damage. Before storing your boat for the winter, you should always change out the oil.

Drain Coolant System. Flush out the coolant system in the boat and refill with diluted antifreeze to keep parts of the engine from freezing and protected from corrosion.

Spray with Fogging Oil. Spray your engine with fogging oil according to the manufacturer’s instructions to protect the engine’s moving parts from the winter cold.

Remove Drive Belts. Drive belts kept under tension for a long period of time will crack under stress, so remove your drive belts for winter storage to prevent damage.

Disconnect Battery. Your battery can drain and die over the winter. Avoid this by disconnecting the battery and topping it off with distilled water to make sure it is ready to go in the spring.

Grease Steering Mechanism. Greasing the steering mechanism ensures that all parts are all running smoothly when it is time to take the vessel out again in the spring.

Fill the Gas Tank. An empty tank can lead to condensation buildup and consequently corrosion. Fill your tank with gasoline stabilizer to make sure the fuel is ready in the spring.

Clean Up Interior. Be sure all electronics are moved, all water tanks are emptied, any organic upholstered materials are removed, and antifreeze is added to indoor pipes.

Wash and Wax. Prevent corrosion on your boat’s body by thoroughly cleaning, drying, and waxing the outside.

To search for yacht storage, please visit AdamSea at https://www.adamsea.com/boatyard-storage.

Best Deep Sea Fishing Around the World

Best Deep Sea Fishing Around the World
While fishing can be a relaxing pastime on still, quiet waters, deep sea fishing is an invigorating sport bound to get the blood pumping. No matter if you are a deep sea fishing enthusiast or just getting a taste of the sport, you must check these destinations off of your list of places to fish. Sail your own deep sea fishing yacht or charter a yacht when you arrive at your destination.

Phuket, Thailand. Phuket offers a wide array of fish for you to catch including sea bass, marlin, tuna, and many more. Enjoy the clear blue waters as you fight the trophy-sized fish as they are put in the boat. For ideal fishing, consider taking an excursion during July or October.

Cape Town, South Africa. If you are looking for tuna, you will find tuna fishing near Cape Town. Any time of year is suitable for fishing at this destination, but you will find the best yield of tuna between September and June.

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. As the Marlin Capital of the World, Cabo San Lucas is the place to be if you are looking to catch the sport fish. Do not plan on keeping your catch if you fish for marlin, though. Cabo San Lucas has a strict catch and release policy on the fish, so bring your camera to remember the monster you real in. If you wish to keep your catch, you can also fish for dorado or yellowfin tuna.

Limón and Puntarenas, Costa Rica. A wide variety of fish await you in Costa Rica. Depending on where you choose to drift, you can find mackerel, tuna, marlin, wahoo, rooster fish, and countless others. Steer clear of June and July when fishing in the Caribbean, and avoid September to November on the Pacific side of the Costa Rica.

Sicily, Italy. Sicily is the premier fishing spot of the Mediterranean. In Sicily’s crystal clear waters you will find tuna, swordfish, grouper, and amberjack among others. While in Sicily, take advantage of your opportunity to experience the exhilaration of spearfishing.

Victoria, Australia. It is quite simple: go to Victoria to fish for sharks. You will find a wide variety of sharks there including, but not limited to the great hammerhead, bronze whaler, and gummy shark. If you do not think fishing for sharks poses enough of a challenge for you, consider the fact that you will be fighting the Bass Straight waves while trying to reel in your catch.

Madeira, Portugal. Crowned as one of the best fishing destinations in the world, you are all but guaranteed to be pleased with the fish you will catch. Journey to Madeira between May and September for the best chance of catching blue and white marlins, shark, mackerel, or giant tuna.

Florida Keys, USA. Start your fishing expedition in the Florida Keys with Marquesas Keys located on the west coast of Key West. There you will find the premier spot to hook sharks and barracudas. For general fishing in the Florida Keys, visit between August and May, but do some research ahead of time to find out a more opportune fishing time for the fish of your choice.



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Tips for Selling Your Boat in Record Time

Tips for Selling Your Boat in Record Time





There are many reasons to sell your water craft, whether it be financial troubles, downgrading to something smaller with less maintenance, or upgrading to the biggest, shiniest, newest boat you can lay your hands on. Just like anything else, you need to put your best foot forward when it comes to marketing and selling your possession. No matter if you have a speedboat, yacht, or pontoon, these tips will make any vessel stand out on the market.

Make it Shine
First impressions make the biggest difference in the world. Perspective buyers should be shocked and awed as soon as he or she lays eyes on your boat. That shock and awe comes when the boat is reflecting the sun as much as the water it sits on. There is a simple trick that achieves this level of glistening glory. You can wash and wax your boat to perfection, but when someone calls and says they will be over in a half hour to look at your vessel, sellers are not left with many options. Use spray-on furniture wax in a pinch. It does not last for much more than a day, but it makes a lasting impression.

Touch Up the Undercarriage. Even though you do not see the bottom of the watercraft when it is on the water, a fresh paint job makes it look much cleaner and more eye-catching when the buyer sees it out of the water. Take a look at all of the other areas of the boat where the paint gets worn off and touch up anything unsightly.

Start Your Engines. Try to fire up the engines within the hour the perspective buyer is expected to arrive. This will help insure that the engine will start cleanly without any sputtering or stalling. Even if the engine is in excellent condition, a bulky start will leave a bad taste in the buyer’s mouth.

Clear the Decks. Be sure there is nothing inside the storage compartments or on the decks of the boat other than the items which are absolutely essential, such as safety gear. Not only does this make the craft more visually appealing, but it also brings its spaciousness and storage capacity to the forefront.

A-Listers Only. When it comes to taking the vessel out for a test drive, limit the number of passengers the buyer is allowed to bring along. This ties into the illusion of spaciousness. If the deck is cluttered while the buyer is out on their test drive, they may be deterred from buying the boat because it does not seem like much else will fit on board. Keeping the number of guest riders to a minimum also limits the weight during a test drive, so it will handle much more easily while the buyer has it out on the water.

Attribute it to Your Lifestyle. The inevitable question is going to come up when selling a water craft: Why are you selling? Even though the answers may be endless, you can simply tell your buyer that you are selling your boat due to a lifestyle change. It is ambiguous, but most people will not ask any further questions at the risk of possibly offending you.


Market, Market, Market. No one is going to come looking to buy your boat if no one knows it is for sale. Know where your perspective buyers will probably be coming from, and market nationally instead of locally. Choose an online venue such as AdamSea to market your water craft and reach more perspective buyers than using the classifieds in a local paper. AdamSea helps buyers connect to sellers in a convenient setting where everyone can easily find exactly what they are looking for.

Wednesday, 28 December 2016

Tips for Selling a Boat


After posting your vessel for sale in the boat show you will surely wait for offers apprehensively. Selling a boat online is not a difficult task. Simply follow these Tips for Selling a Boat to ensure that the experience is a smooth one for you and the buyer.

Give a Detailed Description of the vessel in the posting
A detailed description of the vessel in your posting will make it more tempting to serious buyers. This is also an ideal way to steer clear of deal seekers who only wish to acquire a boat at cheap rates. In its place, you can bargain with a genuine buyer who is actually interested and will surely value the vessel in the long run.

Friday, 23 December 2016

Tips for Choosing a Marine Surveyor


Selecting a skilled marine surveyor is a challenging task. During the course of your research you are likely to come across quite a few providers in your area who appear competent. A specialized marine surveyor makes his living by carrying out an extensive inspection of commercial as well as recreational vessels.

Consider these tips if you wish to choose an exceptionally skilled Marine Surveyor.

Choose a person who is aware of the boat building process: A marine surveyor who is a present or previous boat builder will definitely discern every element of a boat thoroughly. Marine surveyors can dexterously evaluate everything from engine, hull conditions to the security and reliability of electrical systems. You can rely on their experience with those specific systems to make decisions about the dependability, quality and safety of the vessel.

Tuesday, 13 December 2016

A Guide to Understanding and Selecting Skilled Marine Surveyors


Marine surveyors have a lot of experience and an extensive range of specialties. It is important to select the right person for the yacht in need of a survey.

There are surveying organizations dedicated to screening, policing, accrediting and educating their members.

The two renowned organizations in the US are NAMS (National Association of Marine Surveyors) and SAMS (Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors). SAMS offers its members a "Surveyor Associate" or (SA) level for 3-5 years of their membership. There is an option to upgrade to "Accredited Marine Surveyor" (AMS) when an SA fulfils the surveying requirements. The most familiar AMS designation is "Yachts & Small Craft". Members with the "Engines" designation are a key group within the recreational market. NAMS has a set of three levels from Apprentice to an Associate followed by Certified Marine Surveyor (CMS) with "Yachts & Small Craft".