This is where we publish our boat related stories and articles, which range from world circumnavigation to rescue missions, humour and much, much more. So make yourself a coffee and settle yourself down to a good read.
We love it when we receive feedback from buyers or sellers as it helps us to ensure that we are offering the best service that we can, below are some of the comments we have received recently.
What do you do if you have some old cinnamon and raisin bread which had dried out a little, some free range eggs, a tin of cream and a little milk? Make a decent winter pudding - which when its cold can be eaten in slabs as cake!
If you fancy a dip in the sea at Christmas, you are either brave/daft or raising money for charity – after all who would want to leave the comfort of their over warm homes to jump into icy waters if it wasn’t for charity!?
We are delighted to announce that Phil Berkeley has recently joined the team as the new owner of Boatshed Suffolk.
Since our last blog Jeanne has again suffered a set back and has had to abandon her non stop circumnavigation of the world attempt.
Time is running out to find the perfect gift for the boater in your life! If your loved ones enjoy spending time on the inland waterways we have some unusual suggestions of how to surprise them this year.
Boatshed is all about making buying a boat easier. This month we have launched VR, which alongside our hundreds of photos and videos makes the yacht brokerage sales process more transparent and faster.
A guide to keeping your in-tray empty whilst at sea.
Bidding has just begun for the December 2016 European Boatbid.
With all the talk of tinsel and turkey about to begin, we must not forget that enjoying time on the water happens whatever the weather.
The Marine Inspection Association (MIA) is a group of like-minded yacht brokers and surveyors involved in the inspection, sale and purchase of second-hand sail and motor boats, throughout the UK and overseas.
Out on a dog walk with a friend recently, we came across this sad sight following Storm Angus. These two boats were washed up with mooring lines and buoys still attached and perilously close to rocks and concrete debris on the shore line.
During the Southampton Boat Show, Boatshed ran a competition to win a RED Paddle Company 10'6 inflatable Stand Up Paddleboard.
You can now see all 61 boats that are available to bid on in the next Boatbid auction which starts on Friday December 9th 2016.
Waterline Boats trading as Boatshed Seattle have just renewed their License for a further 5 years. They signed their first agreement in 2008.
Boatshed are please to announce a new partnership with Pegasus Marine Finance who specialise in inland and off shore boat finance.
Boatshed the World’s Largest Yacht Broker’s are looking for enthusiastic people to join our team.
As you may have seen in our earlier blog - Jeanne set off on her non-stop around the World sail on October 19th only to have to turn back after serious storm damage on October 29th - here is the latest instalment in her journey to retain the Guinness World Record.
Another boat sold by Boatshed - This Jeanneau 57, two years old with less than 280 hours on the engine and in impeccable condition. Sold to new owners for extended cruising.
You've come to the decision to sell your pride and joy, contacted your local Boatshed broker to get her listed, but what are you going to do to make your boat look fabulous to potential buyers? Boatshed brokers share their top tips, based on their personal experiences, for getting your boat looking swell to sell.