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How to determine a fair price?

My Kajak Sport Artisan Millenium has been hanging in my garage unused for over a year. Since it is a big boat it takes up a lot of space and I have been thinking of selling it. Can anyone advise me of a formula to set a fair price? Like one half of new or something.

Thanks,

Bill
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  • some ideas
    Look at p.net classifieds and be realistic
    Fall is the worst time to try and sell a boat, a good time to buy, though.

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    Season is just beginning in Florida
    Thanks for your response. I looked at the P-net classifieds but could not find a similar boat. This is the beginning of the paddling season for South Florida where this boat is located. Should be an excellent time to sell it here.
  • You could try
    You could try searching all of craigs list using http://www.searchtempest.com/ or even try ebay for past auctions. You might get an idea about price.
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    In general

    Almost new and in-demand boats go for 60 to 75% of new cost. Most decent boats about 50% and old or beat up boats, maybe 30 to 40%.

    But it varies a lot, so ultimately it's worth what someone will pay for it...

    Jim
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    Thanks!
    All replies have been very helpful. A new one sells for $3850.00, mine is garaged kept, in great shape, and it should move if I list it a $1200.
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    Artisan Millenium
    Is your Artisan Millenium kayak still for sale?
    Robb Smith, Jacksonville, Fl.
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