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!
Have a look at this next auction deal for 2011 Rio Shallow boat now currently available for live auction via an online surplus property auction. This boat measures 22 feet long and is propelled but a powerful Yamaha outboard motor, model DV150TLR. The boat has no electronics on board, but does include a 2010 McClain single axle trailer (VIN: 4LYBA1812H000910) making for easy transportation. This boat appears to be in good condition both inside and out and there are no stated defects, however, some repairs may be required; which is why an inspection of this vessel is strongly encouraged. The current price for this Rio Shallow is just $6,850 with 8 online bids already placed. This auction will be ending in exactly 2 days, 7 hours, and 11 minutes so be sure to click here now if you’d like to find out all about it before it’s too late!
Next up is an item you just don’t see up for online auction every day. This deal is for a 1968 Carri Craft Cruiser boat, also known as Raven. Currently being held in Olympia, Washington, this vessel measures an impressive 56 feet long. Both aesthetically and mechanically this boat is in very good condition. It’s ventilation system, as well as port and starboard blige pumps are all functioning properly. The battery is also in perfect working order. The engines are run approximately for one hour each month, so they too are in perfect working order. A diving inspection of the vessel was completed on September of last year. The current price for this vessel is $14,700 with just over 2 weeks remaining. The winning bidder will be required to put a down payment of $2,940 so keep that in mind. To learn more about this boat auction, simply click here to begin your GovernmentAuctions.org trial account.
Have a looksee at this first auction deal of the day for a lovely 1996 Hanko boat. This 15 foot long aluminum welded vessel also includes a 1990 Mercury 40 HP outboard motor, as well as a 17 foot long galvanized trailer. The boat, motor, and trailer all appear to be in great condition with no known defects; however the boat and motor have not been in open water in approximately 3 years so an inspection of these items is highly recommended. Each piece of equipment has been stored in a covered shelter so everything should still be in working order. The winning bidder will also be responsible for the removal of these items so keep that in mind. The current asking price for this auction is just $2,425 with 9 bids already placed. TO learn more about this surplus property auction simply click here right now in order to activate your GovernmentAuctions.org free trial account.
Have a look at this next surplus bargain for a Sea Ark Marine Commander Vessel that is now currently available for online auction. This boat measures 25 feet long and is propelled by 2 Honda outboard motors: a model BF225XXA, Serial # BAGJ1403041; a BF225XXCA, serial #BAHJ1401023. The vessel does not come with any electronics, but it does include a trailer for easy transportation. The trailer is a Boatmaster dual axle, VIN: 42XBB2521YF009467. Some repairs to both the boat and the trailer may be required but there are no stated defects so the only way to be certain what condition they’re in is to come in and preview them in person. The current price on this item is $35,100 (the reserve as not been met) with just 3 days and 23 hours left to bid. To learn more about this auction, all you have to do is activate your 3 day free trial account!
Are you planning on assembling an elite crew of mercenaries for a covert special ops mission? Oh, you’re not? Well maybe you’ll still want to pay close attention to this auction anyway! It’s for a 1997 Halter Marine Special Operations Naval Boat (hull number 82NS9703) that is now currently available for online auction. This naval vessel comes with a tractor, trailer, and cradle and is made from aluminum. It measures 82 feet long and was previous used by the U.S. Navy but has now been decommissioned and is currently available for online auction. This boat appears to be in good condition, however we’d still recommend that you come in and preview it in person before deciding to bid. The current price for it is at $100,000 with no bids as of yet. To learn more about this auction ending in exactly 17 days, 2 hours, and 27 minutes, simply click here now to activate your 3 day free trial account.
Check out this next surplus deal for a 1994 Sea Ray Sundance Boat that is now currently up for online bid. Measuring an impressive 44 feet long, this vessel (named the Our Dream II), is made with a fiberglass hull, and sports 2 364 horsepower HP diesel outboard motors. It has a net weight of 20,000 lbs and can comfortably accommodate a crew of up to 3 people. This boat appears to be in great shape and has no stated defects. We strongly recommend you preview and inspect the item thoroughly before deciding to bid on it. The winning bidder of this auction will be solely responsible for the boat’s removal, so you might want to keep that in mind before deciding to purchase it. The current asking price for this seized boat is $38,225 with no bids as of yet. However, there’s still plenty of time and that’s subject to change, so you might want to hurry up and activate your 3 day free trial account now before this unbelievable deal passes you by!
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.
Next up on the auction block is this lot of not one, not two, but eight miscellaneous canoes and kayaks. Perfect for the weekend adventure or summer getaway, these canoes and kayaks will get you floating to your destination in no time. The lot consists of the following: 2 – 17 ft Grumman aluminum canoes, 2 – 17 ft Michicraft canoes, 2 – 17 ft Current Designs Kayaks, 1 – 10 ft Pelican Kayak, and 1- 12 ft aluminum row boat. The boats and kayaks appear to be in good condition with no stated defects, but it’s still recommend that you inspect the items prior to deciding to bid on them. The current asking price for this bulk auction is just $1,575 with 7 online bids already placed and just 1 day, 23 hours, and 50 minutes left to bid. Want to find out more about this online bargain and how to go about bidding on it? If so, then all you have to do is click here in order to activate your 3 day free trial account!
Next up on the auction block is this recently declared surplus inflatable 1996 Zodiac 7 meter rigid inflatable boat, Navy registry #7MRX9703. This open boat has a t-top and a center console and measures approximately 34.25 ft long, has a max beam of 9 feet, an 18 person capacity, and is propelled by a twin 1997 Evinrude Johnson 150 HP outboard engines. This boat additionally features an engine guard, keel guard, navigation lights, forward and aft flood lamps, Raytheon VHF radio, Ritchie compass, and a whole lot more. The boat does have some minor defects, but nothing too serious. The current asking price for it is just $3,358 with 4 online bids already placed. The winner of this auction will be responsible for the boat’s removal. Want to find out more? Then all you have to do is activate your 3 day free trial account right now!