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Looking to Sell your Boat? Key Yachting is the Go-to Broker in Ireland for Selling Cruiser-Racers and Racers

30th March 2023
Clockwise from top left: Justtina Grand Soleil 34; Ghost Raider—Half tonner; Jump Juice—Ker 37 and J/80 Js Us
Clockwise from top left: Justtina Grand Soleil 34; Ghost Raider—Half tonner; Jump Juice—Ker 37 and J/80 Js Us

Key Yachting is having great success in quickly selling second-hand boats, from keelboats to top brand cruiser-racers.

The market is particularly strong at present.

Mark Mansfield, the Key Yachting agent in Ireland, has many years of experience in the Irish racing scene and a great knowledge of the market.

See the above yachts we have recently sold or are currently under offer.

Whether your boat is suitable for white sail racing, fully crewed local racing or full-on national racing, there is a buyer, and top-level prices are being achieved.

We can reach national and International potential buyers on the main online boat sales forums, including Yachtworld, and, in addition to the Key Yachting website.

Key Yachting Ireland is looking for new stock, so if you are considering selling, contact Mark Mansfield at [email protected] or mobile phone 00 353 87 2506838.

We will conduct a free market analysis to value and position your boat in the market against previously sold and current boats to decide the best listing price.

Mark Mansfield

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Mark Mansfield

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Four-time Olympian Mark Mansfield is a Professional Sailor. He is Irish Agent for Key Yachting Ltd, the sole U.K. and Irish agent for J Boats, Grand Soleil, Nautitech Catamarans and the Tofinou range of boats. More on Mark here

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