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      A Few Simple Rules   05/22/2017

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    • B.J. Porter

      Moderation Team Change   06/16/2017

      After fifteen years of volunteer moderation at SA, I will no longer be part of the moderation team. The decision to step aside is mine, and has been some time in the works but we did not wish to announce it in advance for a number of reasons. It's been fun, but I need my time back for other purposes now. The Underdawg admin account will not be monitored until further notice, as I will be relinquishing control of it along with my administrative privileges. Zapata will continue on as a moderator, and any concerns or issues can be directed to that account or to the Editor until further notice. Anyone interested in helping moderate the forums should reach out to Scot by sending a PM to the Editor account. Please note that I am not leaving the community, I am merely stepping aside from Admin responsibilities and privileges on the site.

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robalex117

Trumpy Auction

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PUBLIC AUCTION by U.S. MARSHAL, one vessel and her tender known as the M/V CAROUSEL

 

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Not a bad looking boat if that is what you are into.

 

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PUBLIC AUCTION by U.S. MARSHAL

12:00 p.m. on April 19, 2012

at Hyannis Marina, Inc.

1 Willow Street, Hyannis, Massachusetts 02601

 

One vessel and her tender known as the:

M/V CAROUSEL (O.N. 275249) and her TENDER a/k/a T/T CAROUSEL (MS1214KZ), hull identification number RTX5F020B484

 

M/V CAROUSEL (O.N. 275249), a 1957 52.4' Trumpy, and her TENDER a/k/a T/T CAROUSEL (MS1214KZ), hull identification number RTX5F020B484, a 1985 15' Rothbilt, to be sold "AS IS – WHERE IS"

 

Vessel may be inspected by appointment.

Hyannis Marina, Inc.

1 Willow Street, Hyannis, Massachusetts 02601

508-790-4000

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Kinda makes you wonder how a fancy boat like that ended up in the hands of the U.S. Marshals. I'm assuming asset seizure related to criminal activity?

 

Likely not bankruptcy related since I think those are run by independent 3rd parties.

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love them trumpys .. would make a great liveaboard

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wiki

A maritime lien in admiralty law is a privileged claim upon maritime property, such as a ship, in respect of services rendered to, or the injuries caused by that property. In common law, a lien is the right of the creditor to retain the properties of his debtor until the debt is paid.

 

It is a proprietary lien which interest is about the “res” (property). It should be understood that “res” may be the vessel (including its appurtenances and equipment), the cargo, the freight or even the proceeds of sale. The rights include jus in re (right on the property) and jus in rem (right against the property). The doctrine of Maritime Lien is that a ship will be treated as a wrongdoer, not the owner, that the loss, damage or harm is caused by the maritime property, itself, and it has to make good for the loss. The attachment of maritime lien will start when the cause of action arises and will not be eliminated even by change of ownership in good faith purchase.

 

Normally, a Maritime Lien relates to the different marine transactions in the admiralty jurisdiction and creates the maritime claims. It will be created by the statute such as the Ship Mortgage Act.

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To answer my own question, I skimmed the complaint and docket on pacer. Seems like somebody didn't pay their yard bill and a default judgement was entered. Could be more to the story but I didn't feel like running up my firms pacer bill. (Note: to protect myself from the overly litigious, I didn't read all the documents, just skimmed the complaint. So everything here is pure conjecture)

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