In doing so, you will get to sail the seven seas as they say. What adventurous man or woman would not want to do this in the brief time they have here on planet earth. You know what they say; life is short. So, there you go, make the most of it. There is another similar saying. If you want to see the world, become a priest. Ask any practicing Catholic about this one. Now, you do not need to be a yacht dealer if you want to see the world. Nor do you need to become a high priest or radical rabbi to see the world. Just saying, is all.
But do ask your first time yacht dealer and, yes, they will surely nod their heads in agreement. If you want to be such a dealer it is quite possible that you will be seeing some of the world at least. You may be required to dock into some very busy ports around the world in order to deliver some of the famous and much sought after sea-going crafts. Try docking into Cannes. Or anywhere along the San Francisco Bay.
Take your pick. It depends where in the world you are operating from, it can be supposed. Nevertheless, as a first time buyer of a secondhand yacht, you do not need to travel to all ends of the world to make your first purchase. Go online and after spending time poring over clearly defined catalogues, you can start negotiating a fair deal with your worldly yacht dealer. And then again, if you really want to see the world, go join the army. Or the navy. That way you get to board one those carriers, right?