"I have had the pleasure of dealing with both John Butler and Lynne Dorrington now for the purchase of one boat and the sale of two boats over the past two years. John makes the process of purchasing/selling a boat 'seamless' and he is supported by Lynne who is always on hand to help and provide honest and sound advice throughout all aspects of the purchasing/selling process.
John's unbelievable attention to detail, forthright honesty, technical knowledge, hands on experience and all round professionalism is second to none. Both John and Lynne worked very hard to ensure all my requests were met expeditiously and efficiently and they understand the importance of a positive customer service experience. Both John and Lynne's interaction with me was both humorous and enjoyable at times which made what could be a stressful experience into a pleasurable one. In relation to the sale of my canal boat, they exceeded my expectations in dealing with the number of viewings the advert generated.
I would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Herbert Woods to any prospective purchaser or seller and I certainly won't be going anywhere else!
Thank you both John and Lynne, you are a credit to Waterside Marine Sales, I sincerely appreciate all your efforts and I look forward to your assistance once again in the near future."
Waterside Marine Sales LLP normally act as Broker for the Vendor who unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute part of any contract.
A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and to have at his/her own expense a survey carried out by a qualified surveyor to check the condition and description of the boat thoroughly prior to completing the purchase.
Deposits paid prior to the survey taking place, are non-refundable, except for when the surveyor discovers a severe material defect.
Waterside Marine Sales LLP cannot be held responsible for any fault that is found with a boat after it has been purchased.
A buyer may have redress to his or her surveyor, if the fault that is found was missed when the survey was carried out.