Many boaters know the saying, “there are two days that are the happiest of a boat owner’s life, the day you buy it, and the day you sell it.” While that may not be true for everyone, chances are, if you are reading this, the secondary day has come for you.
The longer you’re Out on the Water, the more your boat will degrade. The marine environment is harsh, and without constant care, your teak will fade, your upholstery will get damaged, the fiberglass will get nasty, your bottom will become covered in barnacles, etc.
In time, everything fades. And your boat for the complex or simple piece of machinery it is, will need to either having things replaced or be replaced in its entirety one day.
This includes your once beautiful vinyl seats losing their quality or dangerous elements like toxic waste, boat oils, etc. on your boat.
This article is for those who are looking to junk their boat. What are your options? You probably don’t want to scuttle it in the ocean without telling anyone. Instead, read on to learn how to dispose of a boat without breaking the bank, or breaking any laws.
Find out how you can dispose of your boat so you can either sell it, scrap it, or find a way to continue to use it for a bit longer.