Helping Yacht Brokers Grow and Succeed
Our philosophy is that “when you stop learning, you stop earning”. In addition to the webinars and meetings United brokers belong to an exclusive online forum containing marketing and branding materials plus discussion boards for brokers to help one another.
United Yacht Sales conducts monthly online webinars to ensure that brokers remain on the forefront of technology, training and marketing. And all brokers are encouraged to attend the Annual Sales Meeting in Stuart Florida for training and networking.
Our corporate office has only one function; catering to the needs of our brokers, not managing them. Our brokers are entrepreneurs who can manage themselves. We are the “back office” who helps them succeed by ensuring they have all the Listing, Closing, Marketing and IT support they need.
In addition, United Yacht Sales has partnered with YachtCloser to provide our brokers with the best electronic closing system available today.
United Yacht Sales brokers participate in more national, regional and local boat shows than any other firm and out-state-brokers are able to participate in Florida shows under our licensing. Many of our brokers attend boat shows throughout the country to ensure their listings are shown in all the right places as well as opening up more opportunities through lead generation.
United Yacht Sales maintains a consistent brand image with monthly publishing in the top marine industry publications such as Power and Motor Yacht and Yachting Magazines.
Additionally, United Yacht Sales subscribes to 16 national and international boating web sites such as Yachtworld, Boats.com, Boat Trader, and Yatco plus our state-of-the-art and in house designed web site receives an average of 17,000 unique visitors per month and over 70,000 page views. No wonder we sell so many boats!
United Yacht Sales has grown to become the largest yacht brokerage firm in the world with 120 brokers working in 16 states plus Canada and the Bahamas. Our enormous footprint and broker network ensure broker receive more than their fair share of buying and listing inquiries.