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    Default Custom boat build financing

    Curious as to how those of you who had custom boats built handled your financing?
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    Also trying to figure this out. Hoping to spend the winter torturing myself watching a boat being built for us....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoose35 View Post
    Curious as to how those of you who had custom boats built handled your financing?
    We work directly with one of our local banks to get folks a new custom built boats.

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    The folks at credit union one love financing boats new and used.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jkb View Post
    The folks at credit union one love financing boats new and used.
    They will not finance a build, only a completed boat.
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    Don't even bother with AlaskaUSA unless you have stellar credit....

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    When I did mine I pulled money out of savings and my house to do the portion that was needed until I hit the point that I could finance. I then financed through Credit Union 1. They are super easy to work with and have great rates.
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