1997 Luhrs Corp Power Sport-Fisher 32'
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1997 Luhrs Corp Power Sport-Fisher 32'
|End Time:||8/24/2012 20:30|
|Location:||Sausalito, CA ()|
|For Sale By:||Private Seller|
|Model:||Sport-Fisher 32'||Engine Model:||Twin Four Cylinder turbo-charged diesel|
|Length:||32.0||Engine Type:||Twin Inboard/Outboard|
|Beam:||13.0||Fuel Capacity:||Over 200|
|Condition:||Boat Type:||Sport Fisherman|
|ITEM DESCRIPTION:UP FOR BID WE ARE OFFERING THIS GENEROUSLY DONATED: 1997 Luhrs Power Sport-Fisher Very well kept and maintained boat, runs good Has alot of space can easily sleep 4-6 people Has Full head with shower Equiped with water heater and generator. Has full control Steering on Flybridge Galley has fridge, stove and microwave also a sink Has alot of electronics, Fish finders, sonar, depth All Pictures are recent! Don't miss out on a great Deal This vessel is ready for the ocean! 2-Full Survey's Listed below -Vessel Survey Below- Bill Melbostad-Worldwide Marine Surveys, LTD. Report #12-15632' Luhrs Appraisal 5115/2012 Page 1 of2 Bill Melbostad Worldwide Marine Surveys, Ltd. Member, National Association of Marine Surveyors 351 Embarcadero, Oakland CA 94606 (510) 465-2527 Fax: (510) 465-7014 mobile/text:: (415) 860-3495 email@example.com Mr. John Thompson PO Box 1694 EI Granada, CA 94018 Vessel Name: LAZ-Y LIN-Z Vessel Type: Sport Fishing MAKE/MODEL: Luhrs Corporation 32' Open HULL ID#: LHRT315TF798 CALIF. REG#: CF 4618 KT May 15,2012 Dear Mr. Thompson, Acting at your request, I, the undersigned surveyor, on May 15,2012, did inspect the captioned vessel, LAZ-Y-LIN-Z, while afloat at the Pillar Point Harbor, in HalfMoon Bay, CA. The sole purpose of the inspection of the vessel and its equipment is to compare her value with other recent sales of like boats, and to gather enough information to ascertain the Vessel's Fair Market Value (VFMV) for donation purposes. The captioned vessel, LAZ-Y-LIN-Z is a Luhrs Open 32' sport fisher, of proven design and construction. The vessel is in good cosmetic condition for her age, with no significant physical damage to the hull, where seen. The vessel's machinery and electronics were in serviceable condition, and there are no obvious deficiencies with this equipment. The vessel's interior accommodations, liners, and fixtures are in good condition for their age. There were no obvious signs of deck, hatch, or window leaks in the vessel's interior. The vessel's exterior was in good cosmetic condition, with the gel-coat mostly free of stress or spider cracking and maintaining much of its original gloss. The Yanmar diesel engines are in fair cosmetic condition, with minor rust and corrosion on their machinery housings. The engines were test run. They started from cold easily, pumped adequate cooling water, with little smoke in the exhaust. Bill Melbostad-Worldwide Marine Surveys, LTD. Report #12-15632' Luhrs Appraisal 511512012 Page 2 of2 Valuation Comparables were searched for on Soldboats.com, a website that lists the asking price and the actual selling price of boats sold by a Yacht World affiliated yacht broker. The VFMV is based on the price of equally equipped vessels that have sold, which are in similar condition. The search was limited to sister-ships of within one year in age ofthe captioned vessel, which have sold within the past two years. The search results are listed below. Length Boats Year Codes Listed US$ Sold US$ Location iii32' Luhrs 32 Open PU 55,500 (09111) CA, 1997 TD FG 69,900 (02111) USA ~32' Luhrs 32 Open Express 1998 PU TD FG 89,900 (11/09) 74,000 (11/11) FL,USA ~32' Luhrs 320 Open 1998 PU 56,000 (04111) NY, TG FG 70,000 (07110) USA ~32' Luhrs 320 Tournament 1997 SD PFUG 69,900 (11/10) 50,000 (12/10) FL,USA Iti132' Luhrs Sport Fisherman 1998 TG PFUG 57,000 (02/11) 42,000 (04111) USA Vessel's Fair Market Value: $55,000.00 (Based on vessel's current condition, location, Equipment and time of year and comparison of recent sales of similar size and type vessels.) This report is issued on the condition that the surveyor is not held responsible for any errors, omissions or misstatements. This report is based on the facts presented and is discovered and reported without prejudice. Sincerely, Bill Melbostad NAMS-Marine Surveyor -Older Survey Below- Page 1 of 11 Report #10-16032 Luhrs Bill Melbostad Marine Surveyor & Consultant 351 Embarcadero, Oakland CA 94606 Member National Association of Marine Surveyors (510)-465-2527 Fax (510)-465-7014 STANDARDS USED IN INSPECTION OF THE VESSEL INCLUDE ABYC, NFPA, USCG AND THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA CONDITION & VALUE SURVEY REPORT#: DATE: OWNER: ADDRESS: SURVEY REQUESTED BY: WHERE SURVEYED: AFLOAT/HAULED: VESSEL NAME: TYPE: SERVICE: HOME PORT: WATERS NAVIGATED: OFFICIAL#: CALIF. REG#: HULLID#: BUILDER: MODEL: YEAR BUILT: LAST HAULED: LOA: BEAM: DRAFT: DISPLACEMENT: VESSEL COLOR SCHEME: of FIV LAZ-Y LIN-Z PARTICULARS 10-160 August 18, 2010 Mr. John Thompson 399 Beach Road, Burlingame, CA 94010 Mr. John Thompson Pillar Point Harbor in Half Moon Bay, CA Afloat LAZ-YLIN-Z Power/sport-fisher Commercial Pillar Point, CA Local coastal N/A CF 4618 KT LHRT315TF798 Luhrs Corporation 32 Open 1997 Fall, 2008 reported 32'0" 3' I" 13' 0" 15,000 Lbs. Whitelblue Page 2 of 11 Report #10-16032 Luhrs MAIN ENGINES: MAKE: MODEL#: SERIAL#: HORSEPOWER: YEAR INSTALLED: COOLING: EXHAUST SYSTEM: ENGINE CONTROLS: GAUGES/ALARMS: STEERING: RUDDER(S): TRANSMISSION: RATIO: SHAFT: STRUT(S): PROPELLER: BEARINGS: PACKING GLAND: FILTRA TION: TANKS/CAPACITY: LOCATION: SECURING: FILLSNENTSIDRA WS: VALVES AND LINES: SPARK ARRESTER: FUEL SYSTEM CONDITION: MACHINERY Twin four cylinder turbo-charged diesel Yanmar Starboard 4LHA-STP, port not sighted Starboard 56076, port not sighted Starboard 140 KW @ 3100 RPM, port not sighted Starboard 2004 reported. Port is suspected original equipment Fresh water heat exchanger Turbo assist to rubber hose, FRP water lock exits stern Dual station twin lever with push/pull cables Dual station tachometers, oil pressure gauges, water temperature, hour meters, volt meters Dual station hydraulic Not sighted DRIVE SYSTEM Hydraulic reduction gear Not sighted Not sighted Not sighted Not sighted Not sighted Twin bronze log FUEL SYSTEM Racor Aluminum 340 gallons Under aft deck Not sighted From top of tank, vented to atmosphere, statically bonded Shut off valves at tank, A-2 or better N/A diesel Satisfactory Page 3 of 11 Report #10-16032 Luhrs VENTILATION SYSTEM NATURAL: BLOWER: Yes No FIRE PROTECTION LOCATION DATE SERVICED 22 LB estimated Halon 1301 automatic 3.0 LB dry chemical engine compartment adrift in main cabin no tag no tag SEA CONNECTIONS THROUGH HULL APP ARENT CONDITION Port engine intake Starboard engine intake Gen-set intake Head intake Macerator discharge Wash down intake bronze ball bronze ball bronze ball bronze ball bronze ball bronze ball not sighted not sighted not sighted not sighted not sighted not sighted satisfactory satisfactory satisfactory satisfactory satisfactory satisfactory PLUMBING WATERCLOSETS/HEADS: MSD: HOT WATER HEATER: HOSES: POTABLE WATER: SINKS: Electric head Type III Seaward 6 gallon AC/heat exchange off engine Rubber and plastic Two aluminum tanks 30 gallons each estimated Stainless steel PUMPS 1 Shurflo macerator discharge 1 Rule 1500 submersible mid bilge pump with float switch 1 Rule 1500 submersible engine compartment bilge pump with float switch 1 Rule 1500 submersible lazarette bilge pump with float switch 1 Attwood house water pressure pump 1 Attwood live well wash down pump Page 4 of 11 Report # 10-160 32 Luhrs HORN/BELL: LIFEJACKETS: THROW-ABLE DEVICE: PLAQUES: FLARES: NAVIGATION LIGHTS: ESCAPE HATCH: CO/SMOKE DETECTORS: COMPLIANCE: 2 Gaffs 1 Landing net Miscellaneous fishing tackle 13 Fishing rods 1 Extension cord 1 Flash light USCG REQUIRED EQUIPMENT Yes, Horn Four adult type Ill, one adult type V hybrid Life ring Yes Yes, inshore flare kit (expires 1/2012) Yes, all operable Yes Not sighted See Summary & Recommendations OTHER EQUIPMENT 1 Volt meter Miscellaneous hand tools 1 Tappan microwave oven 1 Galvanic isolator 1 Helm station cover 1 Electronics cover ELECTRONICSINAVIGATION 1 Raymarine C80 chart plotter/fish finder 1 Raytheon R11 Raster 24 mile radar 1 Simrad Robertson hydraulic auto pilot 1 Garmin 172 Map GPS 1 West Marine 650 VHF radio 1 Saturn magnetic compass 1 Ritchie magnatic compass STOVE: FUEL: VALVING: INSTALLATION: REFRIGERATION: DC VOLTAGE: BATTERIES: SWITCHES: GALLEY EOUIPMENT Princess 2 burner VAC 115 N/A Satisfactory Nova Cool compact ACIDC ACIDC ELECTRICAL 12 Volt Four 6 volt lead acid making two 12 volt banks Two 3 position main disconnects Page 5 of 11 Report #10-16032 Luhrs BATTERY INSTALLATION: DC CIRCUIT PROTECTION: ACVOLTAGE: AC CIRCUIT PROTECTION: GENERATOR: CHARGER: CONVERTER: SHORE LINE CONNECTION: OUTLETS: WIRING CONDITION: 1 Welded aluminum flying bridge structure 1 Welded stainless steel rocket launcher rod holder LIFELINESIRAILS: ANCHOR: RODE: CHAIN: GENERAL DESCRIPTION & CONDITION See Summary & Recommendations Breakers and inline fuses VAC 115 Breakers Kohler 8.4 KW, Model #3TNEC68C-KM Xantrex True Charge 20 N/A 30 Amp with galvanic isolator GFIC See Summary & Recommendations DECK HARDWARE FRP molded anchor platform 8 Flush rod holders 2 Rail mount rod holders 2 Out-riggers RIGGING Welded aluminum bow rail Danforth 22 LB estimated Three strand nylon %"x150' estimated Vinyl coated 3/8"x50' estimated SUMMARY The vessel LAZ- Y LIN-Z is a 32' Open Luhrs sport fishing vessel, of proven design and construction. Cosmetically, she is in good condition for her age, with the gelcoat maintaining some of its original gloss. The deck layout is comprised of a nearly flush foredeck, equipped with an anchor platform and well. There is a large fishing cockpit, an eisenglass enclosed helm station on the raised bridge deck and a second helm station located on the flying bridge. The decks and cabin surfaces are constructed with FRP with suspected balsa core in places. Visual inspection of the decks revealed a 3" fracture in the port coaming, adjacent to the flying bridge aluminum strut base. Another fracture in the coaming was seen inboard of the aft transom door. The two mentioned fractures are cosmetic in nature at the time of inspection; however, it is advised to monitor them in the future and repair as deemed necessary. Hammer sounding of these surfaces revealed no other delaminations, voids, or other anomalies. Page 6 of 11 Report #10-16032 Luhrs The interior accommodations are in a two cabin layout. The main cabin has a double V-berth forward, a galley to port and a pilot berth to starboard. The second cabin is to port and has a h~ad and shower. For internal reinforcement the vessel relies upon heavy FRP over wooden longitudinal and transverse frames and plywood bulkheads that are bonded to the hull. Visual inspection where accessible revealed a minor bond failure on the transverse frame, in the compartment where the hot water heater is located. This failure is not a structural concern at the time of inspection; however, it is advised to monitor it and repair it in if deemed necessary. Otherwise, no structural movement, failed secondary bonds or soft or decayed wood were seen in the interior. Much of the interior is sealed in with tanks, liners and cabinetry, which prevented complete inspection. Possible evidence of dry wood termite infestation was seen in the locker under the pilot berth, where the hot water heater was located. Material resembling saw dust was present in this locker and the plywood bottom side of the pilot berth had what appeared to be termite exit holes. It is advised to monitor this area for further evidence of termite activity. Fumigation of the vessel is advised if it is determined that there are active termites aboard. PLUMBING For sea-connections the vessel relies upon bronze ball valves. Some of the valves were slightly stiff; therefore it is advised to exercise them more frequently, to prevent them from becoming frozen. There is a through-hull on the port topside in the engine room that is not connected to a drain or pump. It is recommended either to reconnect the hose or to cap the through hull, to prevent water from entering the engine room. ELECTRICAL Inspection of the electrical system (where accessible) showed it to be well loomed and corrosion-free. There are both AC & DC systems aboard this vessel. Overcurrent protection is adequate for the DC electrical system, via single pole resettable breakers in the panel board. AC overcurrent protection is provided by resettable breakers and is sufficient. The starboard side batteries are not secure against movement. Both the positive terminals on the starboard and port side batteries are exposed; thus, the battery installation does not comply with ABYC E-IO: ABYC E-10. 7. 7 To prevent accidental contact of the ungrounded battery connection to ground, each battery shall be protected so that metallic objects cannot come into contact with the ungrounded battery terminal and uninsulated cellstraps. This may be accomplished by means such as; 10.7.7.1 covering the ungrounded battery terminal , , Page 7 of 11 Report #10-16032 Luhrs with a boot or non-conductive shield, or 10.7.7.2 installing the battery in a covered battery box, or 10. 7. 7.3 installing the battery in a compartment specially designed only for the battery(s). 10.7.4 Each installed battery shall not move more than one inch (25mm) in any direction when a pulling force of 90 pounds (41kg) or twice the battery weight, whichever is less, is applied through the center of gravity of the battery asfollows; 10.7.4.1 vertically for a duration of one minute, and 10.7.4.2 horizontally and parallel to the boat's centerline, for a duration of one minute fore and one minute aft, and 10.7.4.3 horizontally and perpendicular to the boat's centerline for a duration of one minute to starboard and one minute to port. 10.7. 7 To prevent accidental contact of the ungrounded battery connection to ground, each battery shall be protected so that metallic objects cannot come into contact with the ungrounded battery terminal and uninsulated cellstraps. This may be accomplished by means such as; 10.7.7.1 covering the ungrounded battery terminal with a boot or non-conductive shield, or 10. 7. 7.2 installing the battery in a covered battery box, or 10. 7. 7.3 installing the battery in a compartment specially designed only for the battery(s). There is a power conductor, reportedly for an electric pulling block, wired directly to the starboard battery. There was no overcurrent protection seen dedicated to this conductor, as required by ABYC E-ll: E-11.10. OVERCURRENT PROTECTION- DC CIRCUITS 220.127.116.11 General Requirements 18.104.22.168.1 Overcurrent Protection Device Location- Ungrounded conductors shall be provided with overcurrent protection within a distance of seven inches (l75mm) of the point at which the conductor is connected to the source ofpower measured along the conductor. (See FIGURE 15.) EXCEPTIONS: 1. Cranking motor conductors. 2. If the conductor is connected directly to the battery terminal and is contained throughout its entire distance in a sheath or enclosure such as a conduit, junction box, control box or enclosed panel, the overcurrent protection shall be placed as close as practicable to the battery, but not to exceed 72 inches (l.83m). 3. If the conductor is connected to a source of power other than a battery terminal and is contained throughout its entire distance in a sheath or enclosure such as a conduit, junction box, control box or enclosed panel, the overcurrent protection shall be placed as close as practicable to the point of connection to the source of power, but not to exceed 40 inches (1.02m). 4. Overcurrent protection is not required in conductors from self-limiting alternators with integral regulators if the conductor is less than 40 inches (1.02m), is connected to a source of power other than the battery, Page 8 of 11 Report # 10-160 32 Luhrs and is contained throughout its entire distance in a sheath or enclosure. 5. Pigtails less than 7 inches (175mm) in length are exempt from overcurrent protection requirements. ENGINE & MACHINERY The starboard side main engine reportedly was replaced in 2006. The engines cold started easily and pumped adequate cooling water, with little smoke in the exhaust. They shifted and idled smoothly. The fluids were checked; the starboard engine's oil, coolant and transmission fluid level and quality were found normal. The port side engine oil was found topped, but dirty. The coolant was topped off, but degraded and rusty. It is advised to perform all engine manufacturers' recommended periodic maintenance. Furthermore, evidence of oil leaks is present on the port engine's bell housing and transmission. It is advised to determine the cause of the oil leaks on the port side engine and repair. Oil was also seen in the bilges; therefore it is recommended to provide a means to prevent illegal discharge of oil through the bilge pumps, such as oil absorbent type diapers or an oil drip pan located under the engines. The port side engine water intake strainer's bracket is broken and it is recommended to replace it. The port flying bridge tachometer was inoperable. Otherwise, engine gauges and alarms were operational. The starboard propeller shaft packing gland was leaking and is in need of repacking or adjustment. Additionally, it has spun on the hose that attaches it to the propeller shaft log; thus it is recommended to inspect the clamps and hose on both propeller shaft logs and repair them as needed. The steering was tested and inspected. There were no hydraulic fluid leaks evident. The steering was smooth and positive on the lower helm; however, the upper station was inoperable. It is suspected that there is air in the hydraulic lines; they need additional fluid and bleeding. The engine room power blowers are rusted, inoperable and one is no longer mounted and instead is hanging from its wiring. Blowers are not required in diesel powered vessels; however, there may be benefit of repairing the blowers to provide additional ventilation in the engine compartment. Minimally, it is recommended to remove the blowers from the vessel and assure the abandoned wires are secured and insulated. UNDERWATER HULL The vessel was inspected while afloat; therefore no opinion is made of the underwater hull or its components. SAFETY & REQUIRED EQUIPMENT The engine room automatic fire extinguisher has not been inspected and tagged as required by ABYC Standard A-4: Page 9 of 11 Report # 10-160 32 Luhrs Fixed fire extinguishing systems should be examined at least monthly: a. for corrosion, b. to ensure that access to controls has not been obstructed, c. to ensure that the pull cable has not broken loose or suffered damage or kinking, d. to ensure that cylinders are securely in place, e. to ensure that all connections of the cable are secure, f. to ensure that connections of the distribution piping are secure and the discharge nozzlets) is(are)unobstructed, and g. to ensure that the system has not been discharged. Ap.6.3 At one-year intervals, a full maintenance check should be made by a qualified fire extinguishing system service facility in accordance with the manufacturer's maintenance instructions. A tag should be attached showing the date of such maintenance check. There was only one portable dry chemical fire extinguisher aboard the vessel, which was found adrift. There are no smoke or carbon monoxide detectors in the cabin. VALUATION & RISK It was reported by the current owner he intends to use the boat for hire in the charter fishing industry as an uninspected vessel in the future. At the time of inspection the vessel was not sufficiently equipped with the needed safety equipment for this type of usage. If the boat is used to carry passengers for hire, it is recommended to provide an adequately sized and equipped life raft, an EPIRB and other typical safety and life saving equipment that is required to be carried by charter fishing vessels used in offshore waters. Com parables were searched for on soldboats.com, a website that lists the asking price and the actual selling price of boats sold by a Yacht World affiliated yacht brokers. The value is based on the price of equally equipped vessels that have sold and that are in similar condition. ONCE THESE RECOMMENDATIONS ARE MET, I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS VESSEL FOR INSURANCE OR FINANCING: 1. Determine the function of the through-hull that is not connected, mentioned in the plumbing section of the summary, and reconnect it if needed. If it is not needed, cap the through-hull to prevent water from entering the vessel; 2. Secure the batteries and provide a means to prevent accidental contact of the ungrounded battery connection to ground, per ABYC E-10; 3. Provide overcurrent protection for the power conductor that is wired directly to the starboard battery, per ABYC E-ll; Page 10 of 11 Report #10-16032 Luhrs 4. Provide a means to prevent illegal discharge of oil through the bilge pumps; such as oil absorbent type diapers or an oil drip pan located under the engines 5. Repack or adjust the starboard propeller shaft packing gland and inspect both the packing gland's hoses and clamps and repair as deemed necessary; 6. Either replace the engine room power blowers or remove them from the vessel and secure and insulate their abandoned wires; 7. Repair the flying bridge helm; 8. Service and tag the engine compartment fixed automatic fire extinguisher and perform this service annually; 9. Provide at least three currently tagged USCG approved portable fire extinguishers on permanently mounted brackets, and perform this service annually; 10. Provide smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in the cabin; 11. If the vessel is to be used in the charter fishing industry, provide an adequately sized and equipped life raft, an EPIRB and other typical safety and life saving equipment required to be carried by charter fishing vessels used in offshore waters. (Note: standards are in italics and when cited in this report, may not be comprehensive and are only intended to be used as guidelines, not as implicit or complete instruction on how to comply with standards or remedy any recommendation.) SURVEY LIMITATIONS Large parts of every vessel cannot be examined due to inaccessibility. Some procedures add greatly to the time involved and consequently the cost of the survey. Therefore such procedures are not performed unless specifically requested. Engines, machinery, anchors and warps, complicated electrical systems and components, sails, spars and rigging aloft are not usually examined. The surveyor DOES NOT test the vessel or tanks for tightness, open up to expose parts ordinarily concealed, make removals, unload lockers or holds, clean bottoms or operate the vessel. It is pointed out that when wood decay or deterioration of many types is involved, it is not unusual for repairs to uncover previously hidden additional deterioration. SURVEY SCOPE The scope of this report is confined to this surveyor's opinion as to the general physical condition and value of the subject vessel. It does not include a determination as to the limitation of seaworthiness of the vessel, nor does it include stability tests necessary to determine such limitations, nor does it attempt to itemize waters unsuitable for the vessel's use. UNFORTUNATLY ALL OUR ITEMS ARE NOT AVAILABLE TO BE VIEWED UNLESS OTHER WISE STATED IN THE LISTING THIS IS THE REASON THAT WE POST SO MANY PICTURES AND VIDEOS WE WANT NO SUPRISES PICTURES ARE RECENT WITHIN A WEEK AND LISTING IS AS ACCURATE AS WE KNOW WE WILL TELL YOU EVERYTHING ABOUT ANY ITEM AND HAVE NOTHING TO HIDE PLEASE ONLY SERIOUS BIDERS PLEASE ONLY BID IF YOU PLAN TO COMPLETE THE TRANSACTION ZERO FEED BACK BIDDERS YOU MUST CONTACT US PRIOR BIDING OR YOUR BID WILL BE CANCELED AND YOU WILL BE BLOCKED FROM ALL FUTURE BIDING ALL ITEMS ARE AS-IS, WHERE-IS DESCRIPTION IS TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE PLEASE NOTE: WE DO NOT QUOTE HANDLE OR ARRANGE ANY SHIPPING CHARGES THIS IS THE BUYERS RESPONSABILITY ALL DOCUMENTATION WILL BE SHIPPED FROM ONE OF OUR OFFICES WITHIN 24HRS OF RECIEVING PAYMENT PLEASE FORWARD ALL CONTACT INFORMATION IMEDIATELY OR PAPERS WILL BE SENT TO ADDRESS LISTED WITH EBAY WE SHIP PAPER WORK PRIORTY MAIL WITH DELIVERY CONFORMATION Please Look At All Pictures, Read All terms and Read Entire Description before Bidding. WE HAVE BUYER REQUIREMENTS THAT MAY PREVENT YOU FROM BIDDING; DO NOT WAIT TILL THE LAST MINUTE We are part of a group of 7 different ebay sellers we all sell in different locations and all listings run the same ALL OUR ITEMS ARE DONATED AND MOST HISTORY IS VERY LIMITED TO US MOST DESCRIPTIONS ARE RELIED UPON THE DONOR OR OUR FISICAL FINDINGS WE DO NOT RUN SEA TRIALS 200.00 starting bid with no reserve high bidder will win it regardless WE ARE GOING TO BE YOUR NEW FAVORITE SELLER! TERMS ARE VERY SIMPLE FULL PAYMENT MUST BE RECIEVED IN OUR OFFICE WITHIN 7 DAYS WE ACCEPT CASHIER CHECK ( CERTIFIED FUNDS ) CASH IN PERSON ( APPLICABLE ONLY TO ITEMS IN OUR IMEDIATE STORAGE SOME ITEMS THIS IS NOT A OPTION ) WIRE TRANSFER Bank to Bank WE DO NOT ACCEPT FULL PAYMENT THRU PAY PAL REGARDLESS OF THE SITUATION WE DO NOT SEND SECOND CHANCE OFFERS BID TO WIN DO NOT EMAIL AFTER IT ENDS AND SAY YOU WILL TAKE IT IF DEAL FALLS THRU ITEM IS TO BE PICKED UP WITHIN 7 DAYS UNLESS OTHER ARRANGEMENTS ARE MADE PLEASE ARRANGE BEFORE BIDDING PLEASE VIEW ALL PICTURES AS THEY TELL THE BOAT BEST OVERALL THIS IS A VERY NICE BOAT DONT MISS OUT HIGH BIDDER GETS IT PLEASE FEEL FREE TO ASK ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE BOAT HAS CLEAR TITLE AND BILL OF SALE AND IS READY FOR TRANSFER TO NEW OWNER ZERO FEED BACK BIDDERS NEED TO EMAIL US PRIOR BIDDING OR WE WILL CANCEL YOUR BID AND BLOCK YOU FROM FUTURE BIDDING MOST POPULAR QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS Q: HOW MUCH TO SHIP TO AUSTRALIA A: WE DO NOT QUOTE OR ARRANGE ANY SHIPPING DO NOT ASK UN LEES IT IS STATED IN THE SPECIFIC ITEM Q: CAN I VIEW BOAT BEFORE BIDDING A: ALL OUR ITEMS ARE NOT AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING UNLESS STATED IN THE LISTING Q: DO YOU TAKE PAYMENTS WITH DOWN PAYMENT A: WE DO NOT DO ANY FINANCING ON ANY ITEMS PLEASE HAVE ALL FUNDING IN PLACE PRIOR BIDDING Q; CAN DEPOSIT BE PAID AT PICK UP A: NO DEPOSIT NEEDS TO BE MADE WITHIN 48HRS Q: CAN I PAY FOR BOAT WHEN I PICK IT UP A: NO MANY OF OUR ITEMS ARE STORED AT PRIVATE RESIDENCES AND OR MARINAS THIS IS NOT ALWAYS A OPTION Q: I ENTERED WRONG AMOUNT CAN I RETRACT MY BID A: YES PLEASE CORRECT BID IMEDIATLY Q: DO YOU HAVE A TRAILER FOR THIS BOAT A: ALL ITEMS GO OUT AS THEY COME IN IF IT HAS A TRAILER IT GOES WITH IT WE DO NOT HAVE EXTRA TRAILERS FOR SALE Q: DO YOU TAKE ANY TRADES A: WE DO NOT TAKE IN ANY TRADES Q: DO YOU HAVE A BUY IT NOW PRICE A: SORRY BUT WE DO NOT OFFER ANY BUY IT NOW PRICES ITEM WILL SELL TO HIGHEST BIDDER Q: DO YOU HAVE TITLE FOR BOAT A: ALL BOATS WE SELL COME WITH CLEAR TITLE OR PREVIOUS REGISTRATION ( DEPENDING ON THE STATE AND WHAT THEY USE TO TRANSFER ) THE WIRE TRANSFER IS DONE BANK TO BANK WE DO NOT ACCEPT ANY OTHER MEANS OF PAYMENT THAT MAY VIOLATE EBAYS DUMB RULE|
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