It was a big week for boatyard owners across Perth.
The first of a number of auctions was held at the Brownfields Boat Yard, located in the northern part of Perth’s capital city.
“It’s always been a family business,” owner James Murray said.
He said he would be opening up the auction to the public and he would give away some of his boats.”
We all work together.”
He said he would be opening up the auction to the public and he would give away some of his boats.
Mr Murray said he was thrilled to see the auction had been such a success and would continue to work closely with the WA Government and the WA Police to see what would be most effective in curbing crime.
“I want to keep the boats on the water and the water is a beautiful place to be,” he said.
Mr Ross said he expected a “pretty big” amount of boats at the auction.
“There’s a lot of people out there who are going to be interested,” he explained.
“We’ve got a lot more work to do with the boats.”
The first auction of the year will be held at 2pm local time on Tuesday.
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