Originally Posted by T 15
thanks all for the info so far,
must say £ 5 k > £ 5.5 k would be nice...
more to think about.
ps, I would value the "winter" cover as nil......
Depends how quickly you want to sell it? Give it a month or so, once the season starts up and you've got a package that's ready to tow and launch which puts you in a good position. Pitch your price too high and you'll restrict the calls from those interested. Although at the end of the day it's what someone is prepared to pay.
The Ribeye and Yamaha 40hp is a perfect leisure starter boat. The fact the engine is a Yamaha, mint, 4-stroke with relatively low hours will help you sell.
A Zodiac pro 7-man (4.2m) or 9-man (4.7m) are comparable, especially for those that want the leisure set-up including bench seat, bow cushion, console, etc. Here's what's on the market so you can see condition, etc.
Pennine Marine Ltd > 2003 ZODIAC PRO 9 MAN
Also found this on Apollo Duck for 2010 Ribeye 4m with double jockey and late 2006 Mercury 40hp 4-stroke. Ribeye Prestige 4m Boats for sale UK, Ribeye Used boat sales, Ribeye Inflatable Boats For Sale Ribeye 4m with console and engine - Apollo Duck