Captain Mark Antokas, Yachts and ship broker. firstname.lastname@example.org
Cap’t Marko has been involved in the Maritime trades since his youth. Capt. Marko currently holds a U.S.C.G. 50 ton Master’s Certificate with Sail and Tow Endorsements, American Sailing Association Instructor Credentials, NauticEd Qualified Instructor Level 5 Certificate, Clearance to enter the U.S. Naval Base in Port Canaveral, Florida, S.S.I. and PADI Diving Certificates, and had been the sole provider for sail training for the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Program. (Courageous Division, Port Canaveral) In the past, Cap’t Marko has been a Ship’s Carpenter, involved in the restoration and repair of classic sail and power vessels. Holding Captain Licenses in both America and Europe, Cap’t Marko has in the past skippered week-long cruises, on sailing vessels 42-50 feet in length, summers on the Aegean Sea, in Greece. Cap’t Marko is currently living on and restoring a 1977 Nautor Swan 43 Ketch, and offers Sailing Instruction via NauticEd, on your own vessel, power or sail. Also available for yacht delivery. Captain Mark Antokas, having been a licensed Real Estate Salesperson, is fully aware of his fiduciary responsibilities toward his customers, and is eager to help you buy and sell your vessel, be it Power or Sail. Serving you in your passion for the sea, is priority one. Contact Captain Mark Antokas with your current needs.
CURRENT LIST OF BROKERAGE VESSELS.
2011 Catamaran, Lagoon 380, "Catara" German flagged vessel. Twin Yanmar 3ym30 with feathering props. Many upgrades. Perfect for foreign buyer not wanting to cross Atlantic. Dinghy and outboard. SOLD. $225k
1983 Mikado 56 Ketch. Cutter rigged. This is a twice, round-world vessel, and an ocean race winner as well. Huge aft salon, Crew quarters, Owner's suite, Four seperate guest cabins. Full galley. 57 feet of world class sailing yacht. Titusville . $239,000. Call for details.
1984 Hunter 45 Passage. Recently refurbished, unused for years, engine hrs SOLD. $115,000 Titusville
1979 S-2 11m Cutter. "Dolphin Leap" Proven race winner and Bahamas veteran. Set up as livaboard. $38K Port Canaveral Fl.
1989 Beneteau 390 Oceanus. "Cool Change" 2003 turbo Volvo 44hp. Isomat spars. Light European ash interior. $39,000. SOLD Titusville, Fl.
1983 Island Packet 26, "Little Clipper" Rebuilt 15 hp Diesel. All teak re-done. Long keel, C.B. Salty and beamy.$14,500. SOLD Titusville.
1979 Ericson 34T Yanmar diesel. Roller furling. Bimini.Loaded with new electrics, solar, and watermaker too. ready for a next voyage, a perfect off-Grid vessel. $10,900 ob0 Titusville.
1969 Pearson 35 . Heavy build . Classic! Sloop. shoal draft cruising sloop. Perkins 30 hp Diesel, Spare set of standing rigging. Auto Pilot. AIS Receiver. Good sails. Clean interior. $19,900. Titusville. ,
.1997 Genesis 25 Gold Edition. 350 Mercruiser, Volvo Penta outdrive, 80 original hours. Full cover, new interior, alum trailer. $10,900. Titusville, Fl.
1989 Tiara 3600 0pen. Twin Cat 3208 Serious fishing vessel. Sacrifice, $39K, SOLD Titusville Fl.
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After hundreds of boats sold, and many satisfied clients, Captain Mark Antokas knows what you're looking for, be it power, or sail.
Yacht Sales. Power boats for sale. Sailboats for sale. Pre-owned yachts.
So you’ve decided to sell your boat. That’s both good and bad. Perhaps you’ve outgrown it. Maybe it’s just not getting used enough. Could be you’re tired of pumping money into her? But she’s been so good to you and your family and your guests all this time…a shame, but you’ve made the decision. Gotta go.
Here at Captain Mark Antokas Yacht Sales, we make every effort to make the process of selling your Florida boat as painless as possible, we can find you yacht buyers throughout Florida, America, and the World. But keep this in mind. In order to sell, your vessel must be priced right.
We have heard every reason possible on how valuable each boat is, and how many upgrades it has received, but the unfortunate truth is, that you spent all kinds of money on that odd color bimini top---that was picked out because someone liked it, (not everyone loves your eclectic color choices) or those top of the line electronics that was wanted when you first bought the boat, (shelf-life aprox. 5 years, after that, junk), or the shag carpeting that’s easy on bare feet.
Sorry to say, this is not like real estate, this is more like a car, and every year that passes, is another year that you have a depreciating boat. So it’s important to price the boat right from the beginning, the longer it’s on the market, the longer you have to continue to reduce price. Makes for a bad image. The buyer automatically assumes there’s something wrong with the boat.
You should look at the comps, but your boat also should be cheaper than the competition, not priced like those other boats on the market today, (the ones that are not selling), take a look at sold boats, the price that boats of your kind actually sold for. It’s also important to have the boat clean, and staged, so that it makes the best possible impression from minute one. Details. Dog or cat hairs all over, dishes in the sink, moldy bedding, are not a good idea, unless you want low-ball offers. The engine compartment? Should be spotless.
So we have the vessel priced attractively, we get an offer, the offer is accepted, and everything is hunky-dorey, right? Not so fast. There is that pesky sea trial and survey to get through first, (and I have seen surveyors claim to find problems that do not appear to the naked eye) (after all, that’s their job), after which the buyer could accept or reject. Or ask for price concessions. Let me help you at this critical point.
So you might be considering Captain Mark Antokas as your Broker.
Here, we bring both buyers and sellers together, to sell and buy sailboats, and powerboats, from Titusville Florida---where we’re based in Brevard County, to the Florida Keys, from Jacksonville to Miami, from The Florida Panhandle to Orlando to Fort Lauderdale, and the rest of the United States and the world.
We are intimately familiar with yacht brands and Manufacturers such as Beneteau, Carver, Cruisers Inc, Formula, Hunter, Jeanneau, Leapard Catarmarans, Lagoon Catamarans, Regal, Sabre, Tiara, Bavaria, Grand Banks, Viking, Hatteras, Jefferson, Bristol, Island Packet, Dufour, Pearson, C&C, Ericson, Cape Dory, and many more. We sell boats!
We know the plus’ and minus’ of inboard marine propulsion units such as Cummins, Caterpillar, Yanmar, Perkins, Volvo, Westerbeke, and Detroit, including outboard engine manufacturers such as Honda, Evinrude/Johnson, Mercury, Tohatsu, and Suzuki.
So If you are considering selling your Sailboat, or parting ways with your Motor Yacht, call Cap’t Marko for a free evaluation and the best possible price, or, just to talk boats. Remember, it’s free to list your boat. List your vessel now, with Captain Mark Antokas Yacht Sales.
Below, a list of links to our friends.
Our home marina, https://titusvillemarina.com/ A quiet hometown marina on the North edge of Titusville, and right on the ICW. Walking distance to town, and a good spot in a hurricane.
Westland Marina, Titusville, http://www.westlandmarina.com/ A full service DIYS yard, an "Old Fashioned" boatyard.
A cooperating marina on Merritt Island, http://harbortownmarina.com , Harbortown Marina has a restaurant on-site, and is unsurpassed in any storm.
An all points covered Nautical training school, http://www.kpmaritime.org, Captain John Beasley, of Kennedy Point Maritime School will take you from novice to professional when you’re ready to make the jump.
National Weather Service https://www.weather.gov/ United States Radar Weather.
https://www.accuweather.com/en/us/national/weather-radar-interactive Press play, zoom in on your location.
World Enhanced Radar Weather. Press play, https://www.accuweather.com/en/world/satellite
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