Boat Auction
Boat Auction

Boat Auction on Friday Morning!

Get your “new-to-you” boat here– for cheap!  On Friday, June 29th, 2018 starting at 8am until 9am, you can view the boats to be auctioned at 9am by the Orange County Sheriff Harbor Patrol.
Minimum bids vary with each vessel, but this is a CASH ONLY event, so bring cash, as payment is immediately due after the auction.

The address for the event is NO LONGER ON BAYSIDE DRIVE, it is now:
Marina Park
1600 W. Balboa Boulevard
Newport Beach 92663

Up for auction thanks to the rough winds knocking watercraft loose into the harbor, there are 43 watercraft (50% more than normal) including tons of paddleboards and kayaks, several inflatables, and even powerboats, including a 31-foot sailboat.

The full list is as follows:

1- 27’ Bayliner CF 9445 KH;
1- 35’ Wood Sailboat CF 9709 CT;
1- 25’ Sailboat CF 0670 EC;
1- 14’ Runabout CF 5605 AV;
1- 25’ Catalina CF 2269 KF;
1- 15’ Barge CF 7654 UF;
1- 27’ Sailboat CF 0144 FF;
1- 26’ Bayliner;
1- 10’ HovieScout yellow SUP;
1- 8’ Mainstream Jazz blue kayak;
1- 10’ West Marine green kayak;
1- Inflatable Kayak “Sea Eagle”;
2- 8’ Kayaks;
1- White two-seater kayak;
1- 8’ Grey inflatable dinghy;
1- 8’ Sabot;
1- 8’ Achilles inflatable;
1- 10’ Plastic Hull Skiff w/3HP Gamefisher Outboard;
and 1- 14’ Yellow Kayak.

Viewing will be open on Friday, June 29th, 2018, between 8 and 9 a.m. at the Orange County Sheriff, Harbor Department. Vessels sold as is, where is. Minimum bid varies with vessel. CASH ONLY IMMEDIATELY AFTER AUCTION. VESSELS MUST BE REMOVED BY 5 PM ON DAY OF AUCTION.

The Harbor Patrol must retain the CF registered vessels following auction for a 10-day redemption period before vessels are released to the successful bidder. The winning bidder is responsible for removing vessel from the Harbor Patrol facility by 5:00 PM, the day following the end of the redemption period.



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