Here’s the 3 Best Entry Level Boats That Can be Bought Under $35,000
As a boater, it can be easy to ask a lot of a boat. Depending on what someone uses the vessel for, they could want it to do anything from being a functional vessel used for fishing all the way to providing comfort for the whole family. Where things really get complicated is when somebody wants to have their boat to do more than one thing well. As it turns out, these people who want multiple different functions out of their boat make up the majority of the market.
For somebody just getting into it, this can definitely be a selection that’s a little bit intimidating. At the end of the day, there are a lot of options and it’s incredibly easy to spend a lot of money. Nobody ever accused the hobby of boating to be something that’s cheap. In order to get in, we’re sure that somebody could end up making it on a budget. However, good budget buys are something that’s probably going to take a keen eye and a little bit of experience to be able to sniff out.
For those boaters who are new to the hobby and want to just jump into a brand new vessel that is guaranteed to work and might even have some sort of warranty, there are some options that aren’t going to put you in debt for the next 10 years.
This time, thanks to Life Offshore, we’re able to take a look at three entry-level boats that come in with less than a $35,000 price tag. This might seem pretty steep but remember, it could be easy for a center console to ring up a price tag in the $100,000 range or more.
By following along with the video below, we get a complete rundown of these small but mighty center consoles that could really help somebody to get their feet wet in the world of boating.