Connecticut-based Boathouse Auctions, in response to the evolving coronavirus crisis, has changed the dates of auctions for three boats that remain available.
Bidding will now take place from April 17-20 for an 86-foot Hatteras sportfisherman, an 87-foot West Bay enclosed bridge, and an 80-foot Sunseeker.
The Hatteras is a 2003 build that most recently was refitted in 2018. She has a custom paint scheme on her hull and an original list price of $2,850,000. Bidding starts at $1 million.
The West Bay is a 2005 build designed by Jack Sarin. Her name is Dream Weaver, and she’s listed as being in “meticulous condition.” She was originally listed at $2.4 million. Bidding opens at $1.3 million.
The Sunseeker is a 2011 build listed as having “low hours” and “light use” with berths for 10 guests in four staterooms. Her name is Morningstar, and her description includes new electronics, new engine displays, a new generator and more. She was originally listed at $2,399,000. Bidding opens at $1.1 million.
What is the two-second rule? At Boathouse Auctions, when bids are placed within the final two minutes of an auction, the clock is automatically reset to two minutes—to deter last-second bidding and give each bidder another chance.
For more information. visit: boathouseauctions.com