Sell your boat ahead of summer, and buy another, with Marine Auctions
by Jeni Bone on 26 Nov 2013
Marine Auctions is accepting entries for its next Boat Auction to be held at Runaway Bay Marina on Sunday 8 December.
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So far, there is a range of boats, including three trailer-sailers up to 30ft, and 11 power boats from 26 to 60ft.
The largest is a powercat, 55ft, Williams, 2004 model. There is a 50ft, timber motor cruiser, ex-fishing trawler converted to a cruiser. Then there's a 2011 World Cat at 32ft, which Dave Carroll, manager at Runaway Bay Marina says is 'like new'.
Also among those on offer are a 1990 Trojan 12m International, built by Bertram, that is a twin-diesel shaft drive. One of the trailer boats is a 1996 Elliot 7m trailer-sailer, ideal for entry level racing.
'For something a bit different, there's a 1967 Williams Classic Cruiser that is a beautiful cruiser and would suit a family who appreciates the timeless look and details of a classic. It's in good nick and needs a loving home.'
Marine Auctions will be accepting entries up until Thursday this wee for the Runaway Bay auction. The auction after that will be held at Rivergate Brisbane, Saturday 8 February 2014, and entries are open for that auction.
For details of all of auctions go to www.marineauctions.com.au
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