The Late Fall / Winter Season can be a very good time to either buy a boat or join a boat club. Sometimes it’s hard to imagine your boat membership or new boat sitting unused for much of the winter. It’s true, that’s why most boat memberships and sales happen in the spring, but the current discounts and extended membership opportunities are very difficult to pass up.
It’s that time of year. You’ve decided to join a boat club or the shows are coming up and you’re craving a new boat. Now you just have to sell your old boat to pay for your new plan.
It’s easy to be nervous when you consider purchasing your first boat. However, your boat purchase does not have to feel this way at all. With proper planning and a little patience, your purchase can be one of the most rewarding and fulfilling things you will ever buy.
An important question that I hear a LOT as a membership director for Carefree Boat Club is “How should I boat – should I rent, own, or Boat Club?” and my answer is always the same; it depends.
Rockingham Marina and Wake to Wake Watersports are here representing some of the biggest boat brands in the nation. There will be Pontoons, Tow boats, Ski boats and more in high performance and economy models.
As we outlined in this post, there are three types of boaters – renters, owners, and club members. If you have a lot of discretionary time, income, like to tinker and work on your things, then ownership may be great.
The Chaparral and Manitou Dealership at Rockingham Marina is merging with Wake To Wake Watersports on the Bristol Highway.
So you’ve gotten the bug and are interested in a new boat! Before you go buy a new boat, though, there are several crucial questions you should ask yourself. What follows are 5 easy questions to answer that will help you make a much more informed decision.