The staff at Houseboats Buy Terry has over 25 years experience selling boats. We have developed long lasting relationships with repeat customers, helping them to find the boat just right for them. We begin by listening to your families needs, then giving you knowledgeable answers to all of your boating questions. After the sale, we know who to call when you need help with insurance, banking, transport, maintenance, and accessories. This saves you time and money, as well as helping eliminate problems that could dampen your new boating experience.
Our home office is located at Conley Bottom Resort on Lake Cumberland in south-central Kentucky. We have brokers serving Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Florida, where we are a licensed Florida Yacht Broker. We sell boats nationwide as well as worldwide. Our proven experience will direct you to reliable sources who can get your boat to its new home port. Contact us today and let our passion for boating work for you. Secure your lines and pull up your captain‘s chair. You are about to begin a journey of great family memories that will last a lifetime.
America’s Houseboat Queen
We’re not sellers. We’re boat lovers.
Call to schedule an appointment: (606) 340-8652
Browse our wide selection. Contact us today so we may assist in finding the boat that’s best for you.
1972 Sumerset 12′ x 53′Location: Key West, FL
$49,500 Listed by: Terry Miller
1978 Cumberland Custom 14′ x 52′Location: Monticello, KY
$22,500 Listed by: Terry Miller
1979 Jamestowner 13′ x 52′Location: Jamestown, KY
$30,950 Listed by: Lisa Blakeman
1980 Sumerset 14′ x 58′Location: Campbellsville, KY
$49,999 Listed by: Glenn Combs
1981 Jamestowner 14′ x 51′Location: Burkesville, KY
$20,000 Listed by: Jake Pyzik
THE BEST THING ABOUT MEMORIES IS MAKING THEM. THEY WILL LAST A LIFETIME!
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Secure your lines and pull up your captain‘s chair. You are about to begin a journey of great family memories that will last a lifetime.
Things to check on your boat this spring. -Batteries-First check the exterior of the battery, looking for leaks or swelling. In either case, they should be disconnected immediately and replaced. Look for any corrosion on the terminals, and clean where needed. Last,...read more
Batteries should be checked often, and at the least going into each new season. Check water levels, and look for signs of corrosion in the hull from battery gases. Battery corrosion can be your worst enemy to an aluminum hull if they are not vented properly and stored...read more
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