The University of Washington’s Friday Harbor Labs is pleased to offer this 21’ Glasply Runabout boat for bids.
This boat does not have a functioning battery. Boat DOES have the following: Inboard/ outboard with Mercruiser gasoline engine. Sink. Propane stove. V-berth in bow. PLEASE NOTE: Boat does not come with trailer or 9.9hp Yamaha kicker.
This vessel is located at the Friday Harbor Labs maintenance shop on San Juan Island, WA.
The vessel hull is sound but well-used and worn. The upholstery has sustained significant weather damage and is torn/ split in several places. The cabin top starboard forward corner has been crushed. The center of the forward edge of the cabin top has been cracked. The bottom shows signs of having been grounded, and gelcoat damage at the transom has been filled.
The University of Washington Tacoma campus Facilities department is pleased to offer this 1999 Kubota B2400 front-end loader tractor for bids.
1.1L 3-cyl. diesel. Wheelbase: 59.4”. Weight: 1570lbs. This Kubota does not start up or run. Cause unknown. Buyer is solely responsible for pick-up/loading, removal, and transport of this item. Kubota-brand front-end loader attachment is Model LA351.
This equipment is located on the UW Tacoma campus: Strom Building, 1727 Fawcett Avenue, Tacoma, WA 98402.
For specific questions, please contact Sean Lynn: 1-253-692-5873.
This auction closes at 9pm Pacific Time, Monday, January, 13, 2020.
The University of Washington Surplus Property program is pleased to offer this 57.7’ 1990 Jensen Maritime boat, which was converted to a research vessel in 2002 by Hansen Boat Company. This vessel has been used by UW’s Friday Harbor Labs as the R/V Centennial until this year. The vessel experienced engine room flooding on July 9, 2019 resulting in damages in need of repairs, a full explication of which may be found in the attached PDFs “Valuation and Estimated Cost of Repairs for R/V Centennial” and “Post Accident Condition Survey,” completed without prejudice by Cascadia Maritime, LLC.
LENGTH: 57.7’ | BREADTH: 19.4’ | DEPTH: 8.7’ | GROSS TONNAGE: 65 GT | NET TONNAGE: 52 NT | DESIGNER: Jensen Maritime, Seattle, WA, 1990 | R/V CONVERSION: Hansen Boat Company, Everett, WA, 2002 | FUEL CAPACITY: 3600 G | POTABLE WATER CAPACITY: 1340 | TOTAL HP, stated on engine: 425 HP @ 1800 RPMs | OFFICIAL NUMBER: 971152 | HULL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER: 3 | CALL SIGN: WDJ8814 | CERTIFICATE OF DOCUMENTATION NUMBER: AS 557271622419.
This vessel is located at Friday Harbor Labs, San Juan Island, WA.
This auction is set to close at 7pm Pacific, Tuesday, January 7, 2020.
ALL SOLD! Stay tuned for our next round of vehicle auctions!
Up for bids now on GovDeals.com are 7 more vehicles; this time we have vans & SUVs.
All vehicles are parked in the UW E2 lot [north perimeter], which is just across the street, catty-corner, from UW Surplus’s Plant Services Building location at 4515 25th Ave NE, Seattle WA 98105. For questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact UW Surplus auction staff at 1-206-685-1573. Viewing appointment days & times may be limited. Please do not wait until the last minute to try to make a viewing appointment, as we cannot guarantee availability. No sales tax will be charged for this vehicle auction. We will leave that up to your local licensing & registration agency.
Auctions are scheduled to close at staggered, 15-minute intervals beginning at 7pm Pacific, January 14, 2020. For more information, photos, and to place bids, please follow the individual hyperlinks below:
The University of Washington’s Friday Harbor Labs on San Juan Island, WA, is pleased to offer this 150hp Honda BF150A2Xa outboard motor that is believed to be from 2014. About two years ago, this outboard motor was submerged in salt water. It was then rinsed with fresh water and restarted by a professional mechanic; it has not been run since. At this time it is not known if the engine is running or not.
Width: 22”. Length: 6’. Weight: 485lbs.
This equipment is located at the Friday Harbor Labs maintenance shop.
For specific questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact DOUG ENGEL, Maintenance supervisor: 206-616-0756 / email@example.com.
This auction closes at 7:30pm Pacific Time, Thursday, January 30, 2020.
The University of Washington department of Microbiology is pleased to offer this Illumina MiSeq Next Generation DNA sequencer for bids. Benchtop sequencer with standard features. Includes mouse and keyboard, reagent wash trays, waste bottle, manual. Approximate dimensions: 3’ x 3’ x 3’, Weight: 200 lbs.
Any known defects or abnormalities with the equipment: None; the sequencer has been maintained following Illumina’s guidelines and has been under a maintenance contract since purchase in December of 2012. The equipment continues to be under a non-transferable service contract.
This auction is scheduled to close at 7pm Pacific Time, Thursday, January 9, 2020.
Curious about what happens at our live public auctions but afraid you might accidentally win something if you scratch your nose or stretch your arm? Fear not! Surplus live auctions are lively affairs in which a live auction caller directs & accepts bids on a wide variety of auction lots with the help of bid spotters and bidders’ own numbered bidder paddle cards. And if you happen to scratch your nose or stretch your arm, we won’t award a bid to you unless you want us to do so.
Approximately 6 – 8 Saturdays per year, UW Surplus Auctions hosts live public auctions at the Surplus warehouse. Auction lots are comprised of large quantities of like-items such as laptops, servers, and desktop computers, items that are large in size or scale such as printing presses, plotters, and industrial equipment like saws, lathes & milling machines, and groups of items of similar use or function such as medical equipment, audio-visual equipment, and kitchen or lab equipment. Our live auctions also offer unique items such as professional coffee equipment, maritime equipment like buoys and rope, art equipment like pottery wheels, and racks full of printer inks & toners.
So whether you’re a reseller who finds clients for laptops & computers, a tinkerer on the lookout for that perfect saw or drill press for your garage shop, a photography enthusiast excited by the range of cameras we offer, a couple of young start-ups looking for espresso machines for your new business, or a crafty sort who knows just the trick to convert a giant old metal buoy into a fire pit or grill, UW Surplus Auctions has something of interest for you!
We post our online auction catalog to Proxibid.com a week before the auction begins. Interested bidders may register online at Proxibid (and submit pre-bids!) or in person at the Surplus warehouse the Friday before the auction & the Saturday morning of the auction. When you register with us in person, you receive an official, numbered bidder paddle card you then raise during the auction if you want to bid or if you win the auction lot. Paper copies of the catalog are available to all visitors starting the Friday of auction preview, and numbered auction lots are staged at the north end of the warehouse unless otherwise noted.
Live auctions begin at 10am Pacific Time at the south end of the Surplus warehouse, where you’ll find several comfortable seats arranged before the auction caller’s stage & podium. You’ll see 2 stations on either side of the stage—one for the auction clerk who records all winning bids & bid amounts, and one for the Proxibid clerk, who must yell “Yep!” for each new online bid received during the auction. The auction is simulcast via live streaming through Proxibid, which means bids are coming in both online and onsite. Onsite bid spotter staff and projection screens displaying the current lot and bid progression ensure that everyone knows what the current bid is on that lot you’re interested in, so don’t be shy—raise your bidder card & bid! It’s easy to see how people get caught up in the excitement of rapid auction bidding, so it’s good to act fast when there’s something you really want!
If you’ve won items in our auction, you may issue payment right away at the cashier’s desk or make your removal arrangements and issue payment by the deadline of the close of business the Thursday after the auction. The removal deadline for auction items is the end of the day the Friday after the auction. Surplus staff will help you load auction items onto or into your vehicle at no charge. If you will be using a third-party shipper to pick-up and haul your winnings, we ask that you send us a copy of your shipper’s Bill of Lading (BOL) for our records; that way, we can release the materials to your shipper. With few exceptions, UW Surplus is unable to pack items for shipping, but we are happy to work with your designated shipping agent.
An additional nice feature of auction Saturdays is that the UW Surplus Store is open to the public from 8am – 3:30pm. So grab a coffee, bring your dog, bring your friends, and find some great deals while supporting UW Surplus’ mission of reuse, repurpose, recycle! We hope to see you at the warehouse!