EOI: Salvage 1974 Grand Banks Alaskan 49-67 Motor Yacht
Under instructions from a major insurance company
Closes: Friday 29 May 2020 at 5:00pm AEST or by acceptance of offer prior - at Redland Bay, Brisbane QLD 4165
Inspection: Strictly by appointment only
Conditions: See below
Pickles Auctions Pty Ltd
400 Beatty Road, Archerfield QLD 4108
Tel: 07 3117 1888
Mob: 0412 080 746
Enquiries: David Henderson
Description/Listing of Assets
Circa 1974 Grand Banks Alaskan 49-67 Motor Yacht
Terms and Conditions:
13.5% (inc GST) will be added to the price of the item/s sold
Items are sold on “as is – where is”, “Best return” basis and must be paid for within 5 business days following successful acceptance of offer and deposit received.
Terms & Conditions
All persons submitting an expression of interest are required to fill out this EOI form with details of their offer. Tenders can be submitted in writing at the Pickles Auctions Branch, via email or via fax. The successful applicant only, will be advised within two (2) working days. All OH&S rules must be adhered to at all times. Sale of vessel is a salvage damaged asset sold “as is where is” under full salvage auction terms and conditions.
This damaged / salvage vessel is being sold in situ from its current location “as is where is”. An ongoing arrangement or formal agreement for continued storage is at the sole discretion of the Marina and can be discussed with them prior to submitting and offer.
Note: Please be advised that collection of this machine must take place and be completed within 5 business days of the completion of full payment. Failure to make appropriate arrangements to remove and/or enter into a formal agreement with the marina will result in additional storage costs and lien being place over the vessel by the holding marina.
Note: Collection of this asset will be strictly by appointment only at a pre-arranged date and time confirmed by Pickles with the marina. The approval and use of certified contractors or those requested by RQYS using appropriate equipment must be engaged to dismantle and/or undertake removal. The removal of the asset by the nominated contractors will be subject to the marina’s approval of JSA/SWMS prior to any works commencing. Each party in the Chain of Responsibility (CoR) must ensure compliance with the HVNL.
Health and Safety
The Auctioneer and the Vendor have warned prospective Buyers, in relation to plant and equipment, that no plant or equipment offered for sale is fit for use in any workplace and it is the Buyer's or User's responsibility to ensure that the plant is brought to a safety standard necessary to comply with any Act or Regulation before use.