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What's this boat worth? 1995 Mastercraft 225 VRS

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  • What's this boat worth? 1995 Mastercraft 225 VRS

    After 12 years, we are selling this boat. It's been a lot of fun as you can fit a lot of people in it and still ski, wakeboard, surf.

    Boat has 1100 hours, never stored in water, always under cover. 22.5 ft long, rated for 12 passengers
    350 efi. V-drive. Rebuilt engine installed at 980 hours,
    -extras include perfect pass, 4 blade prop, 3 manual ballast, 2 pumps for and added 1200 lbs of weight, custom made cover, newer stereo and speakers
    -Nothing significant needs to be done. There are some cosmetic things:
    -A few scratches on the gel coat.
    -trailer could use painting but works well, including brakes, tires are good
    -some seams on the interior are opening. They have been this way for awhile and don't seem to be getting any worse.

    It could use a good cleaning. What do you think it's worth?
    1995 Maristar 225 VRS

  • #2
    I have a few comps from the height of the covid boat bubble (range of 12k to 20k), but I would say between 10k on the low end and 16k on the high end. Typically rebuilt engines and redone upholstery are considered to negatively affect sale value. FYI I am in CA and my pricing reflects only the CA market.


    • #3
      I would guess $14-18K here in the mid west without the rebuilt engine. People are spending less now and plenty of boats are on the market. The rebuilt engine is the tough one to figure out how to adjust the price. You've got a lot of nice extras on it with perfect pass, the tower, newer stereo and the ballast. The trailer and the upholstery are only slightly negative. Clean it up, touch up the trailer rust spots and get it on the market before the early summer peak when prices will be the best.