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Certified Sales, Inc. has a very easy and efficient way for you to buy a boat. Our process eliminates timed or sealed bid auctions and puts you in control of owning a vessel. We put a human touch back into the digital age. Our customers are satisfied knowing that they can own a boat without being outbid at the last minute.


Realize your dream and make a bid today!


What do you need to do to view the Salvage Boats?


You can either:

  1. Go to our Website and 'click' on Power Boats or Sail Boats on CertifiedSales.com. We have all active boat listings on our website. Included is a general description and photos showing the condition of the boat at the time of the photos.
  2. ... or you can visit the Yard where the boat is stored. You will need a waiver release form to view the boat. Please complete the Viewing Form to receive the address of the boat's location. Bring the original form with you to view the boat.

Where are the boats located?

Click on Power Boats or Sail Boats and the State where each boat is located will be shown. Click on an individual boat you are interested in and the City and State location is shown. Follow the instructions above to receive the street address.


How can you buy or bid on a Salvage Boat?

We have an open and competitive bid process to sell the boats. To be part of the auction on a particular vessel you only need to:

  1. Click on Bid Form* to download the form and fill it out completely. Email the form to us at

    Mendon Office Brian@CertifiedSales.com or fax it to 508-473-2021
    Warwick Office Sales@SertifiedSales.com or fax it to 401-737-0200
    SC Office Jpalmer@CertifiedSales.com / Matt@CertifiedSales.com or fax it to 888-887-7160

    Then mail the original with a 'good faith' deposit check immediately. Follow the instructions on the bid form on how to compute the 'good faith' deposit amount. Once we receive the faxed bid form you are registered for that particular auction. If we haven't received the original form and your check when the auction starts you will not be able to participate.

  2. The boat is listed on the website for approximately 4-6 weeks or until a sufficient number of registered participants can be compiled. Each bidder will then be contacted individually and advised what the current high bid is. You either go higher or drop out of the auction. We will continue calling each bidder until all have dropped out except the winning high bidder. The auction process usually takes no more than 1-3 days.

About our listings

Please check our website often for any changes in a boat's status. Our website is updated daily. All the information we have on each boat is posted on the listing.


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