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Salvaged or abandoned boats can be found at Boneyardboats.com or Woodenboat.com, or at most marinas and boat salvage yards. In some instances, claiming a boat requires paying a yard fee; in others, the yard manager is sa... More »

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As with any type of purchase that involves two complete strangers, Craigslist can be a reliable source for salvaged boats parts, assuming precautions are taken. Users of the classified site should read ads carefully befo... More »

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One way of searching for boat titles for free is via the vessel documentation search tool on the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration website (NOAA). Using the search tool involves entering the name of boat on the... More »

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Salvage used boat parts at marine-specific salvage and surplus yards or via online retailers, such as Don's Marine Surplus and Salvage, Jarret Bay Boatworks and Josh's Watercraft Repair. You can also salvage boat parts f... More »

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Motorhome wrecking yards, known as salvage yards or junkyards in the United States, near big cities include Arizona RV Salvage in Phoenix, Five Star RV Center just outside of Denver, and Holiday RV Superstores in Orlando... More »

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Insurance salvage boats are available from CertifiedSales.com, YachtSalvage.com and SalvageBid.com. Certified Sales offers boats and yachts in salvage condition throughout the United States and Canada. YachtSalvage.com, ... More »

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You can find used parts in boat salvage yards such as Don’s Marine Surplus and Salvage. The used boat parts include boat motors, baitwells, fuel tanks, rope and stainless hardware. Other things include used boats, seats ... More »

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