Next up on the auction block is this deal on a 41 Foot Long Utility Vessel. This vessel was previously used as a Search and Rescue boat by the United States Coast Guard. It was formerly crewed by 3 people and it is capable of carrying up to 20 passenger in addition to the crew. The ship measures exactly 41′ 3″ long, has a 13 x 5″ beam, a 4’6″ draft and is powered by two powerful Cummins Diesel outboard motors, model VT-903M. It has a fuel capacity of 486.8 gallons, a range of 300 nautical miles at 18m knots, and a displacement of 30,000 lbs at full load. Repairs may be required which is why a thorough inspection is highly encouraged. The current asking price for it is just $44,375 with 9 online bids already placed. This auction will be ending in precisely 1 day, 1 hour, and 48 minutes, so hurry up and click here now in order to find out more about it!
Next up: a very sweet deal on an aluminum search and rescue boat. This boat was formerly used by the United States Coast Guard but has not been declared as surplus and is available for bid to the general public. This vessel measures 41 feet long, and has a 13 ft beam and 4’6″ draft. It is powered by two Cummins diesel engines, model VT-903M and has a fuel capacity of 486.8 gallons. Displacement is 30,000 lbs for a full load and the range at 18 knots is 300 nautical miles. All of the electronics onboard have been removed so you’ll probably have to replace them all in order to restore this vessel to its former glory. An inspection of the boat is highly encouraged and can be arranged by contacting the people involved. The current price for this auction is $28,003 with 4 online bids already placed and less than 5 days remaining. Click here now to get the inside scoop on this online surplus auction!
Next up on the auction block is this Safeboat International boat and trailer combo. This response boat was formerly used by the United States Coast Guard and it measure 25 feet long. The outboard motors, boat electronics, and boat seats have been removed by the Coast Guard so they’ll need to be replaced in order to make the boat fully operational again. This auction also includes a boat trailer (VIN: 1ZEZACZM15A016895) that is in great condition. There are no known deficiencies of these items, but it is still strongly recommended that you come in and preview the items in person before bidding. It’s also important to know that a towing vehicle with a capacity of 10,000 lbs is needed for safe transportation so you might want to keep that in mind. The current price for this auction is just $28,600 with 14 bids already placed. This auction will be ending in a little over a day so be sure to activate your free trial account to find out more about it.
Next up for auction is this Surplus Rescue Boat, model CG-41453, that was formerly used by the United States Coast Guard. It is currently available for online bid through a popular government surplus website. This boat measures 41 feet long; has a 14′ beam; 4′ draft; twin Cummin Diesel engines; model VT-903M; and a 463 gallon fuel capacity. This vessel has a passenger cabin, enclosed pilot house, and a main deck flush over the engines. It also has a maximum speed of 26 knots, with a range at 18 knots of 300 nautical miles. Capable of carrying up to 20 passengers, and 3 crew members, this is a boat that’s ready to take you on an adventure. The winning bidder will be responsible for removing this vessel, so keep that in mind. The current asking price for this boat is just $5,000 with no bids as of yet. If you’d like to learn more about this online deal, then simply click here to activate your free GovernmentAuctions.org 3 day trial.
Currently up for online auction is this surplus special service patrol boat known as Marion. This boat was previous used by the U.S. Coast Guard, but now has been declared as surplus and is being sold to the general public. Built in 1979, this vessel, weighs 26,000 lbs, has an aluminum hull with fiberglass cabin, and is equipped with Twin 6 CTA 8.3 Cummins engines that are 340 horsepower at 2800 RPM. The boat has a 500 gallon fuel capacity, not to mention that is had a Furuno Navnet electronics package was installed in 2004, making it perfect for those long trips on the high seas. The Marion was in commission was 1979 to 2001 and was serviced regularly between 200 to 250 hours, not to mention that in 2003 it has new port/starboard engines and marine gears installed. The current price for this vessel is $29,025 with 5 online bids already placed. This auction ends in 11 days, 2 hours, and 32 minutes so hurry up and activate your 3 day free trial before it’s too late!