The last of the Hawaii Superferry is hitting the auction block.
Items being sold include barges, loading ramps, and other miscellaneous equipment.
The opening bid for the items, which will be sold as one lot, is $250,000.
The auction runs through July 25.
For more information, visit this website.
Items to be sold as one (1) lot: $250,000 Opening Bid - $25,000 Increments
(3) Barges in Honolulu Harbor 1 is Kupaa, 2 is Manaiakalani and 3 is Kapilinakai w/attached Ramp, Stairs located on Kauai, (3) ramps, 1 on Honolulu, 1 on Kauai, 1 on Maui, (4) Yokohama Fenders, (4) 30' steel light poles, (2) 235"x137"x9.5" steel shock absorber, 80"x76" forklift extender for use with Honolulu ramp, (3) pallets of misc. accessories, (2) pallet of rubber plates and hoses, steel box to be used with forklift (72"x42"x8"), misc. cables, light bulbs, pallet of chain and cable, crate with lights, pallet of shock absorber part, (6) sealed crates & misc. parts. Weights of the barges in short tons, based on light displacement are: · Honolulu Barge = 1204 short tons · Kahului Barge = 1804 short tons · Kawaihae Barge = 877 short tons, Steel grade is ABS A-36 Weights of Ramps and Aprons in short tons are: · Honolulu = 139 short tons · Kahului = 143 short tons · Nawiliwili =150 short tons. Steel grade is ASTM A 709, Grade 50 (Total of 4,317+ short tons)
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