Buying a Boat
We sell only bank owned repossessed boats. The process is relatively simple. We take the offer in writing with a deposit check and present it to the seller. We do not take offers from multiple buyers at the same time on the same boat. The seller will accept or counter the offer within a few days to a week, at which time we inform the buyer.
Any offer on any boat may be made subject to survey (Marine or Mechanical) and Sea Trial, all at buyers expense. Northeast Marine will only sea trial vessels 32' and over. A licensed USCG captain is required to perform a sea trial.
All surveys are to be performed only by accredited and insured surveyors. Northeast Marine reserves the right, on behalf of the boat owner (seller), to approve or reject any surveyors and captains.
Once there is an agreed sales figure, the buyers has 48 hours to sign a formal agreement with a 10% deposit.
After all provisions of the contract have been met, the 10% will be applied to the purchase price or refunded, depending on the survey results, as per the contract.
Buyer(s) are responsible for storage arrangements date of closing.
All sales are subject to a $200 Conveyance fee from buyer, for paperwork.
These vessels are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Boats For Sale
Nice 2 stateroom boat. This boat has been in storage for 10 years, is in good condition for its age. Motors (380
HP each) and genset run well
Asking price $17,000 OBO