In a previous post, I have compiled a list from the prestigious site yachtworld.com, a site managed by a multinational corporation, and one of the best represented on the internet, in the business. The same corporation owns Boats.com maybe the most connected and logical name for a domain in this branch. Anyway, the research one made there, is dynamic, is always changing, because new names appear overnight and the lists are different on any new search. Unfortunately, sometimes, this is not very good for sellers, they have to be lucky to be contacted after one boat search, otherwise their listing could be lost in a “sea” of new listings, and so on. Anyway, if you are smart, you are not selling your boat or any boat, waiting to be “researched” by potential customers, as the site pretends, :). They are of good help generally speaking, because there are some tricks you have to do to come up in any search there, so your chances to sell as a broker, are greater. Nice, isn’t it? It is, indeed. Now because of their dynamic change, I come up with another two or three lists of yacht manufacturers, with some of the names from my previous list, present or not, depending the rank, the number of listing, I don’t know, there are a lot of factors, I’ll expose maybe later or never. I’m eliminating the names already on the previous list, so these brands are going to be added to that one. All of them will have their links on this site, when the time for their presentation will come or on a separate page, I’ll see. For advertising, I’ll think of a method productive for all the involved parties. Any list produced here is far and away of being exhaustive.
Alden, Alliaura, Alubat, Amel, Archambault, Baltic, Bayfield, Bristol, Bruce Roberts, C & C, Cal, Cantiere Del Pardo, Cape Dory, Catalina, Catana, Cheoy Lee, Colin Archer, Columbia, Com-pac, Comar, Comet, Contest, Corsair, Endeavour, Ericson, Farr, Formosa, Fountaine Pajot, Freedom Yachts, Gib Sea, Grand Soleil, Gulfstar, Hans Christian, Herreshoff, Hinckley, Hinterhoeller, Hylas, Irwin, Islander, Jongert, Kirie, Lagoon, Macgregor, Mirage, Morgan, Nautitech, Nautor, Newport, Nonsuch, O’day, Outremer, Pacific Seacraft, Passport, Pearson, Privilege, Prout, Robertson And Caine, Sabre, Salona, Sangermani, Sparkman & Stephens, Sunreef, Tartan, Tayana, Valiant, Van De Stadt, Wauquiez, X-yachts
As I see, these are all sailing yachts per excellence, even if some of the companies are building motor yachts as well, but still some rarities, as only such a mixed site like yachtworld.com can produce. Alden for sample, I don’t think they’re still building it, but as long as it is for sale, it shows up on the list, 🙂
The picture is taken from a charter site, Lelanta, :). I’ll make a post on Alden in the future, but I’ll continue with the lists, I still have a third one from Nautic-Expo, which presents just the great brands paying to be represented there, or participating in the yachting shows governed under their authority.
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