Next up for online auction is this 1996 Sea Ark Utility boat. This cabin boat measures 23 feet long and has an aluminum hull. The max beam measures 8.4 ft and it has a weight of 5,820 lbs and a 10 person capacity. The boat is propelled by a single Mercury D 4.2 liter diesel inboard engine (which has 962 hours of the meter). It features a cabin heater, dive floor, forward and aft tow bits, horn, compass, 30 amp shore power receptacle, battery charger, Ritchie compass, remote search light, and trim tabs. It appears to be in good condition but it does come with a few flaws such as a loose paneling on the port cabin and is a little abraded on the bow and port side. A trailer is also included in the sale, but we aren’t sure if it’s roadworthy so it’s strongly recommended that you preview this item in person before placing your online bid. To find out more about this surplus boat auction, we strongly recommend you click here in order to activate your 3 day free trial.
Next up on the auction block is this 1994 Zodiac 7 meter non standard rigid inflatable boat. This open boat has a center console and t-top design. The overall length of the boat is 24.25 ft, the max beam is approximately 9 ft, and it has a person capacity of 18 people or 5,600 pounds. It’s powered by twin 2009 Honda 150 horsepower 4 cycle outboard engine, and sports a Raymarine display, navigation lights, horn, keelguard, engine guard, Icom ICMI27 VHF radio, and more. It also includes a trailer, but it may or not be roadworthy. Either way, the winner of this auction will be responsible for the boat’s removal. It is highly encouraged that all potential inspect the vessel prior to bidding. The current bid for this online auction is just $5,026 with 3 online bids placed. This auction ends in 12 days, 5 hours, and 37 minutes so be sure to click here now in order to activate your free 3 day trial account.
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!
Who’s ready for some summertime fun?! Alright, alright you can put your hand down now! Now that we’ve got your attention you just have to check out this next seized property auction deal for this auction consisting of a 1995 24´ Pontoon boat (Hull# HAMP48121495), 1995 Bombadier Jet Ski (9´9´) – Hull# ZZNC4705K495, and last but definitely not least a 2002 Yahama Jet Ski (10´) – Hull# YAMA2893B202. The boat and jet skis appear to be in good looking and running shape with no stated defects. This is the perfect deal for people who live near water and are ready for summertime fun. The minimum starting bid for this auction will be $4,800. To find out more about this live auction taking place in Bristol, TN on 6/18/13 simply click here to start your 3 day free trial account.
Let’s kick today’s auction deals off with this Odyssey research vessel (Hull #R5301) that is now currently available for online bid. Although this vessel was previously used for research, it can also double as a recreational-type boat as well. With a fuel capacity of 1095 gallons and a fresh water capacity of 270 gallons, this is the ideal vessel for your week-long getaway. The boat is powered by 2 Detroit Diesel 892 twin turbo engines, capable of churning out an impressive 735 HP each. Inside the Odyssey you’ll find the owner’s cabin with double berth and hanging locker, a forward head with integrated shower and sink, and a kitchen with a 3 burner electric oven, full-sized refrigerator with top freezer and dinette on the galley level. There is also a main saloon which comes with 2 sofas, one of which folds out into a queen-sized bed. The current price for this baby is $57,100 with 16 online bids already placed. While that might sound like a lot of money, you have to keep in mind that this is definitely an investment of a lifetime. To learn more about this online deal we recommend you click here to activate your 3 day free trial.
This 2010 Sea-Doo RXT 215 Watercraft will be up for live auction in the coming month and can be a great way to spend your summer days. Imagine jumping on this jet ski at the beach or lake and just blasting the waves. This is a 12 foot long craft that is made of fiberglass. It has 215 horsepower and weighs less than 1000 pounds. It features a fully digital command consoles with indicators for fuel, speed, maintenance info, cruise control, slo mo mode, sensor check, and much more. This boat would look amazing on a trailer attached to your car. You could take this beauty out to the beach when the sun comes up too and enjoy a day off to the fullest. This item would go for a price less than retail and it also looks like it was taken care of and looks in great shape. The jet ski would be a wonderful addition to your recreational activities. Find out more about this item and many others by clicking here.