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Because of the higher costs of owning a new boat, you will probably be financing the boat with a boat loan. Even buying a used boat can be a big expenditure. We’ve already told you that you really need to stay within a budget that fits your lifestyle so that you aren’t saddled with high boat payments.

There are some distinct advantages to financing a boat purchase. With a boat loan, you’ll be able to get a bigger boat and possibly one with more features than you thought you could have. Ideally, you will want to work with a lender who is a member of the National Marine Bankers Association (NMBA).

When you work with a professional in the marine lending industry, you will get quicker response times when it comes to a credit decision. They know boats and they know boat buyers. It is often very possible to apply for a boat loan in the morning and become a boat owner by the afternoon.

Financing terms will be longer with a marine lender than with credit institutions. They know the value of a well-maintained boat, so their terms will look more attractive to you than a bank or credit union.

Your down payment will be less as well. The down payment on a boat is based on its age, type and price. Because marine lenders know boats so well, they are better able to determine what type of down payment will be fair for your new boat. Many lenders require down payments as low as ten percent, and some can even offer programs with zero down payment.

Because marine lenders are willing to extend their loans for a longer period of time, your payments will be less. Plus, you can even finance extras for your boat if needed. That can include things like electronics or equipment such as skis and inner tubes.

Many banks and credit institutions are members of NMBA, so be sure and ask if they are affiliated with the organization. If your usual bank isn’t a member, you’re best off if you look around for a marine lender specifically. In the long run, it will pay off immensely for you.