Join us for Pier 33’s “Another Man’s Treasure” boat auction on Saturday September 16 at 11am.
Every so often, we need to clear our yard of distressed or derelict boats. We have three that will be available for viewing beginning Saturday September 9 and will then be auctioned by Pier 33 on Saturday the 16th. Each boat will start with a minimum bid of $1,000.
These boats are not for sale until Saturday September 16 at auction time, but can be previewed each day from September 9 thru until time of the auction, during Pier 33’s regular business hours.
Terms of auction will be 50% of winning bid paid by cash or cashier’s check (payable to Pier 33) on site at conclusion of auction, with balance due (including sales tax) within 72 hours. Purchaser will be required to remove the boat from Pier 33 premises no later than September 29. Storage at the expense of the purchaser will accumulate at a rate of $100 per day beginning on September 29. Pier 33 will provide a load to an outbound trailer, or splash to the water for transport by tow or any other means, at no additional charge.
These boats will be sold in absolutely as-is condition with no representation of any systems, structure, “seaworthiness” or fitness for any particular purpose. They each require some substantial level of reconditioning, to be determined solely by the purchaser.
These are the three boats that will be offered on September 16. Each boat has been out of the water for an extended period of time:
1988 SEA RAY 270 AMBERJACK. MINIMUM BID $1,000. This boat was last in the water in approximately 2011. Winterized by Pier 33, but never covered by previous owner. Powered by a pair of MErcruiser 4.3L V-6’s. No systems or structures have been inspected or tested by Pier 33, with the exception of the basic engine start-up shown in the “THREE OLD BOATS” video.
1988 FOUR WINNS 245 VISTA. MINIMUM BID $1,000. This boat was last in the water in approximately 2013. Winterized and under shrink wrap since its last haul-out. Powered by an OMC 5.7L V-8 with hourmeter showing in the 440-hour range. OMC Cobra drive. No systems or structures have been inspected or tested by Pier 33, with the exception of the basic engine start-up shown in the “THREE OLD BOATS” video.
1978 TROJAN 26 FLYBRIDGE. MINIMUM BID $1,000. This boat was last splashed in either 2004 or 2005. Has remained in indoor storage (heated in winters) since then. Powered by a pair of 4 cylinder gas engines and Volvo Penta drives. Cosmetics on the boat are pretty good, including the cabin, even considering the long lay-away. No systems or structures have been inspected or tested by Pier 33, with the exception of the basic engine start-up shown in the “THREE OLD BOATS” video.
This auction will take place during the 2017 Pier 33 Yacht Brokerage & Pre-Owned Boat Show, which begins September 9 and runs through September 17.
Pier 33 offers the details of these vessels in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of any of the vessesl. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. These vessels are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.