A Different Kind of Yacht Brokerage

By Sailors, For Sailors.

You can choose any number of yacht brokers to help you buy or sell your boat. But the vast majority of them are far from offshore sailors. They are salespeople, pure and simple.

The 5 Oceans
DIFFERENCE

  • Expert brokers
  • Global network of locations
  • The highest of ethical standards
  • Friendly service

NEW LISTINGS

50'
2007
LAGOON
$580,000
Grenada
49'
2010
OUTREMER
€625,000
Grenada
50'
2008
VOYAGE
$495,000
British Virgin Islands
50'
2008
VOYAGE
$495,000
British Virgin Islands
50'
1984
Sungod
€80,000
Guadeloupe
42'
2017
LAGOON
$430,000
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

PRICE REDUCED

62'
2006
SUNREEF
$895,000
$795,000
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
43'
2000
CATANA
$379,000
$349,000
California
50'
2011
LAGOON
$639,000
$540,000
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
47'
2001
CATANA
$493,725
$488,725
Seattle, Washington
37'
1977
PEARSON
$45,000
$39,000
Grenada
43'
2006
LEOPARD
$264,000
$249,000
Grenada

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Meet Our Founder

Phil Berman

Phil Berman

Our founder, Phillip Berman, has represented the United States in numerous international catamaran regattas, placing first, second, and third in world championship competition. A graduate of Harvard, Phillip has served as the Sailing Master of the Eastern Point Yacht Club in Gloucester, MA., and has authored many books on catamaran sailing and racing. Phillip has extensive cruising and racing experience around the world.

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