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New & Used Yachts For Sale In Ohio

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78' Ferretti Yachts 2018

$ 3,999,000

Cleveland, United States

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60' Monte Carlo Yachts MC6 2019

$ 1,329,000

Catawba Island, United States

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55' Azimut 55S 2017

$ 1,125,000

Port Clinton, United States

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52' Riva Rivale 2010

$ 550,000

Cleveland, United States

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50' Sea Ray 50 Sedan Bridge 1990

$ 119,500

Sandusky, United States

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46' Beneteau 46 2008

$ 185,000

Sandusky, United States

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46' Sea Ray 460 Sundancer 2017

$ 709,000

Catawba Island, United States

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45' Formula 45 Yacht 2012

$ 525,000

Eastlake, United States

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44' Irwin 44 CC 1987

$ 66,900

Port Clinton, United States

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42' Azimut 2018

$ 599,000

Sandusky, United States

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42' Cigarette 42 Huntress 2016

$ 729,000

Marblehead, United States

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40' Princess V40 2019

$ 789,000

Cleveland, United States


When looking for new, pre-owned, and used yachts for sale in Ohio, 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 Ohio from brands like Yellowfin, Contender, and more.

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Ohio is a Midwest state on Lake Erie (north); Ohio River (Seneca Native American for good or great river) forms south/southeast border with West Virginia and Kentucky (southwest). Pennsylvania is to east and Indiana is west with Michigan on northwest. Although Ohio is surrounded by 5 states and mostly landlocked, it has more than 5,000 natural or manmade lakes for a range of waterways from Lake Erie to the Ohio River, providing outdoor recreation such as boating, fishing, swimming, kayaking and more. Many lakes are within State Parks offering additional recreation such as camping, hiking, picnicking, and hunting. Some manmade lakes are shallower and freeze in winter for ice skating, ice fishing, snowmobiling.

Major cities with large metropolitan areas are Columbus, capital of Ohio and largest city located in the state’s center and site of Ohio State University, Columbus Art Museum, and Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum Collection. Cleveland, on Lake Erie in the northeast, is known for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame, American Classical Music Hall of Fame & Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, Playhouse Square (with 10 theaters), and the Cleveland Orchestra, one of America’s “Big Five.” Cleveland is the headquarters of the renowned Cleveland Clinic owned and operated by the non-profit Cleveland Clinic Foundation established in 1921. Cincinnati is on the Ohio River across from Kentucky in the southwest corner. The Cincinnati Art Museum showcases a comprehensive collection of over 100,000 works spanning 6,000 years of human history. Some other major cities are Toledo located near the Michigan border and Lake Erie; Dayton is located west of Columbus and north of Cincinnati; and Akron is south of Cleveland. Canton is the location of the Professional Football Hall of Fame. Wayne National Forest consists of 3 units of public land spread across 12 Ohio counties covering about 250,000 acres of Appalachian foothills in southeast Ohio and is the state’s only national forest. Picnicking and a wide spectrum of camping is available seasonally from May – September. Trails for OHVs (off highway vehicles) and horses are open mid-April to mid-December; hiking is permitted year-round.

Ohio’s Buckeye trees (also known as Horse Chestnut) became the state tree in 1953. The nut resembles the eye of a deer, hence the name. Unlike the unrelated Sweet Chestnut, the leaves, bark, and fruit (nut) of the Buckeye tree are extremely toxic to animals and people.

Ohio is also called the “Birthplace of Aviation” as officially declared by Congress in 2003 (instead of North Carolina) for a number of reasons; mainly, Dayton, Ohio was the hometown of aviation pioneers Wilbur and Orville Wright, brothers who were credited with inventing and flying the first controllable aircraft. The Wright brothers had a bicycle shop on the west side of Dayton where they did their aeronautical research, drafted design plans, and built early aircraft prototypes that were tested in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina on the soft sands of the beach, in case of a hard landing. The 1905 Wright Flyer was the world’s first practical airplane; able to stay aloft and controllable—a design they patented. They also established the world’s first test flight facilities at Huffman Prairie northeast of Dayton, which is the current site of the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, one of the largest air force bases in the US, spanning Greene and Montgomery counties in Ohio. Dayton is the site of the National Museum of the USAF and Ohio generated the most astronauts of any state in the union, including Neil Armstrong and John Glenn.

Ohio’s central location on the navigable Ohio River, along with its railroads, made the state strategically significant to the Union during the Civil War. Ohio contributed more soldiers per capita than any other state and included the Union’s 3 top generals—Ulysses S. Grant, William Tecumseh Sherman, and Philip Sheridan. Like neighboring Pennsylvania, source of the Ohio River, Ohio rapidly industrialized in the 19th century, adding a “second frontier” to its agricultural base. One of its first iron manufacturing plants with a Hopewell Furnace opened in 1804 in the east near Pennsylvania. By the mid-19th century, 48 blast furnaces were operational. The discovery of coal deposits accelerated development of Ohio’s steel industry and by 1853 Cleveland was the third largest iron and steel producer in the nation. And by 1892, Ohio ranked second largest steel-producing state after Pennsylvania.

The great depression of the 1930s hit Ohio hard and the state suffered heavy losses along with all manufacturing states at the close of the 20th century, but Ohio has since rebounded, especially in the 2010s by transitioning into advanced technology industries, dubbed the “third frontier” (agriculture – 1st frontier and industry – 2nd frontier). Ohio won the International Economic Development Council’s “Excellence in Economic Development Award” and was hailed as a national model of success. Ohio is also known for its excellent Universities/Colleges and High Schools. Ohio’s location proved an asset to its economic growth and expansion, linking the Northeast to the Midwest, with much cargo and business traffic passing through. Ohio has 312 miles of coastline on Lake Erie giving it many cargo ports (Cleveland, Toledo). Its southern border is the Ohio River, though most of the river itself belongs to Kentucky and West Virginia. Other significant rivers are Cuyahoga River, Great Miami River, Maumee River, Muskingum River, and Scioto River.

The Pioneer Route known as Main Market Route 3 in the early 20th century, was chosen to become part of historic Lincoln Highway, connecting New York City to San Francisco, linking many of Ohio’s towns and cities together greatly impacting development of the state. In 1926, Lincoln Highway became US Route 30 and the Historic National Road with 228 miles in Ohio became US Route 40 in the newly created federal numbered highway system. Ohio features a highly developed network of bicycle routes—many follow rail trails (Ohio to Erie Trail, US Bicycle Route 50). Ohio features long distance hiking trails such the Buckeye Trail, which is a 1,444-mile loop around the state, North Country Trail (longest of 11 National Scenic Trails), and the American Discovery Trail which is a system of recreational trails and roads that together form a “coast to coast route across the mid-tier of the United States.” Ohio’s Water Trails are Dept. of Natural Resources (DNR) designated trails in partnership with local communities to promote awareness of public paddling access and safety. Water Trails are Blanchard River, Cuyahoga River Water Trail, East Sandusky Bay Water trail, Great Miami River Water Trail, Kokosing River Water Trail, Lake Erie Water Trail (Cuyahoga County), Lake Erie Islands Water Trails, and Mad River Water Trail.

Lake Erie is the premier lake to visit; it is the shallowest and warmest of the Great Lakes for enjoyable swimming and fishing for Lake Erie perch and walleye. Ohio has over 200 miles of shoreline on Lake Erie, with hundreds of parks, beaches, towns, and cities with waterfront access points, along with amenities and attractions, such as Toledo and Sandusky (famous rollercoasters). Scenic Port Clinton and Marblehead Lighthouse area is excellent for kayaking along the shore. There are also a number of islands that are wonderful destinations, such as South Bass Island, Put-in-Bay, and Kelleys Island. Historic lighthouses dot the coastline. Lake Erie is known for its many shipwrecks making it a great destination for scuba divers. Numerous marinas and yacht clubs line the coast—here is a list of some that offer transient dockage: Anchor Pointe Marina, Bass Haven Marina, Bay Harbor Marina, Channel Park Marina, Conneaut Boat Club, Cranberry Creek Marina (seasonal dockage), Dock of the Bay Marina, East Harbor State Park Marina, Emerald Necklace Marina (seasonal dockage)/Cleveland Metroparks, Geneva Marina, Holiday Harbor Marina, Huron Lagoons Marina, Key Harbour Marina, Meinke Marina, Miller Marina, North Coast Marina & Campgrounds, Oasis Marinas at North Coast Harbor, Park Place Boat Club, Portside Marina, Romps Water Port Marina (seasonal dockage), Safe Harbor Lakefront, Safe Harbor Sandusky, Shrock’s Marina, Son Rise Marina, Superior Marine Group, Venetian Marina, West Harbor Marina, Wildwood Marina (seasonal dockage)/Cleveland Metroparks, Wolverine Park Marina.

Notable recreational lakes are Salt Fork Lake within Salt Fork State Park in eastern Ohio near Cambridge. The 3000-acre lake has one of the largest beaches in the state and 8 boat ramps. Boat engine horsepower (HP) is unlimited on this lake and 2 marinas offer fuel (gas), supplies and docks. The lake is an ideal habitat for muskies and other fish that grow to 30-40” range, for great angling.

Portage Lakes is a system of 8 connected lakes, located in Summit County near Akron in northern Ohio, offering some of the best bass fishing in northeastern Ohio besides boating and swimming recreation. Turkeyfoot Lake with a 900ft public beach is best for swimming. Portage Lakes features 8 boat ramps, boat camping at Latham Bay, hiking trails and picnic areas around the lakes and in Portage Lakes State Park.
Alum Creek Reservoir, created in the 1970s in Delaware, Ohio, just north of Columbus, is popular for boating, jet skiing, kayaking, and beginner sailing. Lake acreage is 3,387 of water with designated areas for unlimited HP boating and waterskiing. Features 4 boat ramps, full-service marina, and docks. Alum Creek Lake also features the state’s largest inland beach at 3,000ft with facilities and volleyball courts, and is open year-round. Alum Creek State Park has nearly 40-miles of hiking trails for bird watching and hunting.

Manmade Lake Logan is within Lake Logan State Park located southeast of Columbus on Rt 33, in the Appalachian foothills of southeast Hocking Valley. The 400-acre lake with 527ft Lake Logan Beach has a marina with boat rental service (pontoons, kayaks, pedal boats, paddle boards), seasonal boat docks for rental (State Park), and boat launch. Boating is limited to 10HP only. Recreational activities include fishing, swimming, picnicking, hiking—the State Park includes a 1.25-mile section of the Buckeye Trail, and winter recreation—sledding, ice fishing. Lake Logan is near Wayne National Forest.

Indian Lake is manmade in west-central Ohio with easy access to 5 boat ramps and a dedicated kayak launch. Popular lake for boating, waterskiing, jet skiing, swimming, and fishing—it is one of the top fisheries in the state for saugeye (a tasty hybrid of walleye and sauger).

Pymatuning Lake, on the OH/PA state line in the northeast, is the largest inland lake at 14,000 acres of reservoir and is considered one of Ohio’s best lakes. A public swimming beach with facilities is located near the causeway. Other amenities are boat launches, docks, concessions, and more. This lake is especially great for fishing walleye.

Caesar Creek Lake in Waynesville, southwest Ohio within Caesar Creek State Park, features a large full-service marina and 5 boat ramps around the lake, plenty of open space for boating and 2 designated boat-swim areas, along with a public beach and many hiking trails. Stocked with muskie fingerlings since 1990, making it a top lake for muskie anglers.

Grand Lake St Marys is a 13,000-acre lake in western Ohio with a yesteryear ambience. This manmade lake was originally a reservoir and it’s one of Ohio’s largest inland lakes, featuring 8 boat ramps around the lake. Kayakers can put in at the many small coves to paddle among lily pads. The 52 miles of shoreline has 4 swimming beaches. Fishing piers and channels are popular fishing spots.
Chippewa Lake is one of the prettiest lakes in northern Ohio’s Medina County. Historically inhabited by Native Americans, it was also the site of Chippewa Lake Amusement Park that closed in the 1970s after 100 years in operation. Today the 325-acre lake is enjoyed by boaters and swimmers and features a boat launch and picnic shelter area.

Tappan Lake in northern Ohio features unforgettable gorgeous sunsets. Boating, waterskiing, jet skiing, and tubing are popular recreation on the 2,300-acre lake located in Deersville. Features a marina, 2 boat ramps, concessions, nature center, and year-round events.
Other notable lakes are Burr Oak Lake, East Fork Lake (William Harsha Lake), Mosquito Creek Lake, Atwood Lake, and Jesse Owens State Park & Wildlife Area.

The Ohio River has boat launch sites every 20 miles allowing boaters to do one-way or round trips from hours to several days on the river. Cincinnati in the southwest corner of Ohio on the river, offers big city entertainment, attractions and waterfront amenities including marinas, docking, and restaurants. Boaters can go upriver to Pennsylvania or downriver to Louisville, Kentucky, but will encounter numerous locks and sizeable commercial vessels.