As Alden was at a time, “Bruce Roberts” is a boat plans selling sort of business. And they are selling other things too on their over 5 Million Alexa ranked website. Little disappointed, I have to confess, the name is resonating and even if I knew that this isn’t a big firm, I still wanted to make a review of them at whole. I’m going to “extract” from their very old designed site.
Bruce Roberts International has been based in Queensland, Australia for 43 years. The plan portfolio owned by Bruce Roberts International was purchases legitimately, through legal channels. Every plan sold by this office since 1971 has a registered sail number (sailboats) or registered hull number (power boats). These plan numbers for our designs have been issued unbroken since then, over 43 years and we continue to hold and add to these records registered vessel numbers still. Vessels built from these plans have proven themselves in seas and oceans all over the world. Some of the designs we sell are hand drawn and were first printed in the seventies and eighties, others from the nineties, and the 21st century are computer draw.. The Longboat 21, designed by Barry Long; the R341, Spray 33, Tom Thumb 24 and others designed by Graham Shannon; the Waverunner 40/42, PCF40 and other earlier Waverunners designed by George Love are all timeless examples of excellent full displacement hull designs that have withstood the test of time.
They have their own “brokerage” section on their site, but serious buyers can find one on boats.com and the ultra famous yachtworld. A few others are just informative. I can say that wherever I was in the world, when i started to type the word yacht on Google, yachtworld came first. It would be of course a very good thing for this site to pop in first when typing “yacht”, but this is going to happen later, I’m sure. In the meantime, for visitors, for other interested sites in this niche, you have to know that the admins here, are open to link exchange, keeping some limits, of course.
I can’t be sure how much was this custom made trawler, inspired by Bruce Roberts designs, it was listed with $999,000 (at 52′) but clicking on it, appeared a “reduced $250,000” tag, so maibe it is just one thousand US Dolars less than three quarters of a million. Maybe it is worth the money. It was listed as a 2008 built, but sometimes, some brokers are filling the forms with the last refit year instead of the real year.
Plans from the company can be purchased very affordable. Enough with my presentation, I can’t wait this month to tell you more about trading secrets, or “how to be a good broker”.
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