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New & Used Yachts For Sale In New Hampshire

When looking for new, pre-owned, and used yachts for sale in New Hampshire, the amount of time it takes to narrow down exactly what you want can some times be intimidating. With so many manufacturers, models, and boat types, how do you begin to find the right yacht that meets your budget and your needs?

United Yacht Sales is the one-stop professional yacht brokerage that can navigate you through the frustrations and help you make the best decision possible when it comes to the purchase of your next boat. We can help you find the yacht for sale, set up the showings, help negotiate pricing, handle the yacht closing and everything else involved, and we do all of this so you are able simply sit back and to enjoy the process. Buying a yacht requires a significant investment and it is our goal to provide you with detailed information and professional guidance.

When searching for a yacht for sale, there are a plethora of options. The yachts on our website number over 7,000 listings, including yachts built by top brands such as Hatteras, Viking, Bertram, Sea Ray, Azimut, Sunseeker, Ferretti, and more. United can also help you find the best used center-console boat in New Hampshire from brands like Yellowfin, Contender, and more.

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YACHTS LOCATED IN New Hampshire

photo of 56' Sea Ray 560 Sedan Bridge 2002

Venture

56' Sea Ray 560 Sedan Bridge 2002

Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States

photo of 50' Maritimo X 50 2021

Therapy

50' Maritimo X 50 2021

Greenland, New Hampshire, United States

photo of 40' Custom MARPLES CC 40 FAST CRUISER 2018

KOLEA

40' Custom MARPLES CC 40 FAST CRUISER 2018

Newington, New Hampshire, United States

photo of 40' J Boats J/40 1992

Aeolian Flyer

40' J Boats J/40 1992

New Castle, New Hampshire, United States

United Listing
photo of 37' Nordic Tugs NT37 2004

DO WHILE

37' Nordic Tugs NT37 2004

Newington, New Hampshire, United States

photo of 35' Carolina Classic 35 1998

35' Carolina Classic 35 1998

Newington, New Hampshire, United States

photo of 33' Southport 33 FE 2018

33' Southport 33 FE 2018

New Castle, New Hampshire, United States

photo of 32' Albemarle 305 EXPRESS 2000

FAT SUE

32' Albemarle 305 EXPRESS 2000

Hampton, New Hampshire, United States

photo of 31' Robalo R317 2020

31' Robalo R317 2020

Dover, New Hampshire, United States

photo of 30' Grady-White Marlin 30 1999

Sweet Gal

30' Grady-White Marlin 30 1999

Newington, New Hampshire, United States

photo of 30' Back Cove 30 2014

30' Back Cove 30 2014

Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States

photo of 30' Technohull T9 2022

30' Technohull T9 2022

Hooksett, New Hampshire, United States

photo of 29' Custom Rochester Triple Cockpit 1926

MR. BENNY

29' Custom Rochester Triple Cockpit 1926

Milton, New Hampshire, United States

photo of 29' Luhrs Custom 29 2005

29' Luhrs Custom 29 2005

Newington, New Hampshire, United States

photo of 28' Albin 28 TE 2003

Fish Tail

28' Albin 28 TE 2003

Newington, New Hampshire, United States

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New Hampshire, in the northeastern New England region, is bordered by Maine and Gulf of Maine (east), Vermont (west), Massachusetts (south), and Canadian province, Quebec (north). Known for its extensive granite formations and quarries that cover the state that add to the landscape’s beauty and many other natural attractions. Vast expanses of wilderness and forest, rivers, lakes, and valleys dotted with picturesque towns and villages with white steepled churches that stand out against the glorious color of fall foliage, and many outdoor recreational activities draw visitors year-round to this beautiful state.
New Hampshire is also known as the White Mountain State and Switzerland of America for White Mountain National Forest in the north resembling the Swiss Alps with its downhill skiing and winter sports resorts.

At 6,288ft Mount Washington is the region’s highest peak and features a cog railway to the summit with a view that spans four states on a clear day. The Cog Railway was the first of its kind in 1869. At the summit is the Mt Washington Observatory research station of extreme weather; in 1934, Mt Washington’s winter winds set the world’s windspeed record. Valley Ski Resorts of North Conway and Mt Washington is one of the first ski resorts in America and continues to be a major ski destination, along with many other winter sports. White Mountain National Forest includes part of the Appalachian Trail that links to the Vermont and Maine portions of the Trail and is inhabited by moose and black bears.

Clark’s Bears in Lincoln, NH is a family-operated attraction since 1928 that features trained bears and the White Mountain Central Railroad, offering seasonal family fun from June to Labor Day. Visitors enjoy bear shows, train rides, museums, water blaster boats, riding Segways, water raft rides, specialty shops, and so much more.

Europeans arrived in early 17th century; English established settlements and the Province of New Hampshire, named for Hampshire County in England, in 1629. Strawbery Banke is the name of the first settlement in 1623 that is now Portsmouth on the harbor. The 10-acre Strawbery Banke Museum is comprised of houses from four centuries of the old port neighborhood, period gardens, a 1770 tavern, WWII era market, and costumed interpreters demonstrating life activities including boatbuilding. In 1776 New Hampshire was the first colony to establish an independent government and its own state constitution, signing the US Declaration of Independence six months later that same year, and became the 9th state to ratify the US Constitution in 1788. Among the smallest of US states, New Hampshire is first in the nation to hold presidential primary elections after the Iowa Caucus.

After the Civil War, New Hampshire experienced rapid industrialization with textile manufacturing, shoemaking, and papermaking. Manchester, NH was once the site of the largest cotton textile plant in the world. New Hampshire’s economy greatly depended on paper mills and grain mills powered by its rivers. The 110-mile Merrimack River and 410-mile Connecticut River were lined with industrial mills. After WWII, there was a major shift in the state’s economic base to financial and professional services, education, transportation, and high-tech industries which took over the old mills and warehouses along the seacoast, Merrimack River and Upper Valleys after the textile industry collapsed in 1960. The growing tourism industry based on outdoor recreation also helped offset the loss of mill closures. New Hampshire is a major winter sports destination with some of the highest ski mountains on the East Coast.

Mount Monadnock, a stand-alone mountain, is the world’s most climbed mountain, as it is easily climbed in a day and its 35-mile trail network offers trails for a wide range of hiking abilities. Hikers are rewarded with unobstructed picture postcard views of quaint villages, church spires, and covered bridges, especially spectacular during fall foliage season, an area dubbed “Currier & Ives Corner.” Hiking to view spectacular gorges, such as the Flume Gorge in Franconia Notch State Park has become a popular recreational activity. Flume Gorge is an 800ft long crack in rock at the base of Mt Liberty. Its walls rise 70-80ft above the flowing brook and boardwalk. The first aerial tramway in North America, Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway, carried its first passengers in 1938 to the 4,080ft summit above Franconia Notch for incredible views of the gorge below. Cannon Mountain was the site of the “Old Man of the Mountain” rock formation until it collapsed in 2003.

Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves in Kinsman Notch features a 60ft suspension bridge with viewing platform and 750ft boardwalk trail through glacial boulder caves and tumbling waterfalls.
Summer cottages dot the many lakes and seacoast. New Hampshire has only 18 miles of coastline on the Atlantic Ocean, making it the shortest ocean coastline of any coastal US state. But New Hampshire’s natural beauty—valleys, rivers, lakes, mountains—is its prominent feature, more than makes up for its small coastline. Hampton Beach, on the New Hampshire seacoast, is a popular local summer resort destination, as it has been for generations. The Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom built in 1899 is a live music and comedy performances venue on the boardwalk that lines the beautiful white sand beach. Annual sand sculpting competition, movies on the beach, fireworks, plus deep-sea fishing trips from the harbor are just some of the summer activities at this popular beach. Concerts are held at Hampton Beach State Park’s Seashell Stage during the summer season.

Lake Winnipesaukee located south of the White Mountains in New Hampshire’s Lake District is the largest lake in the state at 71 square miles and New Hampshire’s most renowned inland resort. Activities and attractions surround the lake; waterparks, fast food joints, family-fun attractions, historic cruise boat M/S Washington and more. Popular beaches on the west side are Weirs Beach and Meredith, and Wolfeboro on the east side. All kinds of watersports and boating, from kayaks to sailboats and motorboats are enjoyed on the lake. The New Hampshire Motor Speedway, located directly south of Laconia, is the largest sports and entertainment facility in New England and hosts NASCAR National Series races and Motorcycle Week, a popular annual rally held in June—Weirs Beach, Laconia on west shore of Lake Winnipesaukee is a favorite bikers’ destination.
The only significant ocean port is where the Piscataqua River and its tributaries flow into the Atlantic at Portsmouth at New Hampshire’s south border with Maine. The Portsmouth Harbor Trail links more than 70 of the city’s historic sites and scenic attractions as it meanders along the waterfront, through Market Square with its streets lined with beautiful old homes. 10 of its buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings, 10 are National Historic Landmarks; homes are open to visitors, such as 1716 Warner House, 1758 John Paul Jones House, 1763 Moffatt-Ladd House, 1785 Gov. John Langdon House, and 1807 Rundlet-May House.

With 1,300 ponds and lakes all across New Hampshire and over 400 public-access sites to launch a boat, boating is a major seasonal recreational activity. Residents and visitors enjoy water activities from waterskiing, canoe and kayaking to jet skiing and relaxing cruises on a pontoon boat or old-time paddle-wheeler. Coastal water activities include deep sea fishing charters, island sightseeing cruises (Isles of Shoals), and whale watching excursions. Portsmouth Harbor is a wonderful destination for cruising boaters.

Piscataqua Marina in Kittery, ME is located 2NM from the mouth of Piscataqua River at the base of Memorial Bridge between Badgers Island in Maine and Portsmouth, NH. The marina offers 27 slips on concrete floating docks from 32 to 125ft for summer, winter, and transient occupancy. Amenities include 30-100amp electric, water, showers, ice, free WiFi and pump-out, laundry facilities, and parking. Groceries are available in Kittery’s “Gourmet Alley” about ½ mile from marina. Closest fuel dock is at Portsmouth Yacht Club near mouth of river. The marina is a short walk across the bridge to downtown Portsmouth, and extremely walkable city, for restaurants, shopping, entertainment, history, and its coastal beauty.
Safe Harbor Wentworth By The Sea Marina in New Castle, NH is a premier marina with 150 slips accommodating vessels up to 250ft for transient and seasonal occupancy. Located in charming Little Harbor, NH about halfway between Boston and Portland, Maine and adjoins the grand Wentworth By The Sea Hotel. Historic downtown Portsmouth, with its charming historic buildings and gardens, cobblestone sidewalks, lots of eateries, unique shops, and entertainment choices, is easily accessible. Wentworth offers exceptional service and amenities with 3 restaurants, heated swimming pool, loaner cars, clean restrooms & showers, laundry facility, Valvtect fuel—gas & diesel, marina parties, concierge services, tennis courts, BBQ gas grills on boardwalk at head of each dock, free WiFi and cable TV, power hook-ups for 30amp, 50amp, 100amp single phase, and 100amp triple phase; trash and recycling bins, ice, frozen bait, free pump-out station or small fee for in-slip pump-out service. Dog friendly marina. Spa services at Wentworth By The Sea Marriott Hotel & Spa that overlooks the marina.

Founded in 1956, Great Bay Marina in Newington, NH is a year-round full-service boating facility located 6 miles up Piscataqua River serving Portsmouth, Newington and nearby communities. Shopping, tennis, and golf are close by. Floating dock with 128 slips and 72 moorings can accommodate vessels from 13ft to 70ft. Transient dockage is available. Facilities feature 120ft load/offload dock, Fuel dock with ValvTect gas & diesel, 35-ton travel lift, and full boat repair service. Amenities include Ships Store, free WiFi, free pump-out, water, 120v/30amp & 250v/50amp electric, ice, laundry, restrooms/showers, bait & tackle, dinghy dock. Restaurant is open seasonally. 4 moorings at Hilton Park are available for tall rig sailboats.
Prescott Park Municipal Dock is available to the public by reservation at hourly basis with a minimum 4-hour rate, that can be discounted for less time when making reservation. 30amp power is available on some slips; an adapter is required for splitting 50amp to 30amp on other slips. Floating concrete docks and wooden docks (no power), water, and restrooms. Great location for visiting Portsmouth; across the street from historical Strawbery Banke House and just blocks from downtown shops, eateries. Next to beautiful Prescott Park and gardens.