140 Naples Marina Boat Slips up for Auction in April



For as little as $1,960,000, you can become the proud owner of 140 condominium boat slips at Port of the Islands Marina in Naples, Florida.  At $14,000 per slip, some might consider it a steal.  For the rest of us, it is still nice to look at from afar.

Boat Slips

Sheldon Good & Company, real estate auctioneer and a Racebrook Portfolio Company,  will auction the water property to the highest bidder on April 14.  Of the 140 boat slips, 52 are liveaboards.  It is an excellent opportunity for an individual or company looking to invest in beautiful Florida property and potentially make a good profit from the luxurious amenities.

 

The Port of the Islands Marina is situated on the Gulf of Mexico with access to the gulf’s ten thousand islands, the Everglades, and seemingly endless sunny beaches.  It is a boater’s paradise, with plenty of opportunities for boating and fishing.  The boat slips include lighting pedestals, a new pump station, a boat washing facility, and a launch ramp.

“There are so many unique aspects of this property,” said Richard Moravek, Managing Director of Sheldon Good and Company in the Southeast region, based in Miami. “With a minimum bid of just $1,960,000 for all 140 slips, that works out to only $14,000 per slip, making this an incredible investment opportunity. The prime location, quality construction, and luxury amenities make these slips very appealing to a wide range of buyers.”

Port of the Island Marina

Interested bidders can register online at NaplesMarinaAuction.com or by calling the number listed on the site. They can also call to schedule inspection dates or attend one of the pre-scheduled inspections.