Latitude 38 Classy Classifieds

Shopping for a boat? Need to sell a boat? 

Latitude 38's Classy Classifieds is the place to shop for boats - as well as marine gear, trailers, liferafts, boat partnerships, trades and more.

You can look for a marine industry job or post a Help Wanted ad. You can list your marine business or information about your club's membership, and rent or sell a slip or a home near the water. There are even crew ads, personal ads, Mexico ads, non-profit organizations' events, and a miscellaneous category!

We also offer free online listings for boats or gear being sold under $1,000!

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Welcome to Latitude 38's Classy Classifieds.

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Do you need to cancel your classified ad?
Sorry, you can’t cancel your ad via the website. Please just call or send us an email with the type of ad and contact info, and we'll take care of it for you.

For any changes to a currently running classified ad, please call or email with the type of ad and contact info, and we will get back to you to confirm and then make the changes for you.

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Private party ads and photos will be posted online within three business days.

Ads on automatic renewal that are not canceled by the 15th of the month at 5 p.m. will be charged with the credit card on file and appear in the next issue of our monthly magazine. Ads not renewed by this time will expire and not appear in the next issue. Ads remain online until the following issue is published. Business ads do not appear online.

Helpful Tips on Buying or Selling a Boat:

Tips On Selling a Boat

Tips on Buying a Boat

INTERNET FRAUD. If somebody wants to buy your boat sight unseen, and suggests sending you a cashier’s check for more than the asking price, trust your instincts. It is too good to be true. Usually they want you to cash the check and return the remainder to them for shipping costs. Then, much later, the bank informs you that the check was no good. We recommend that you don’t even respond to the initial email inquiry. For more info on these cons, see: