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Vessel Seizure Notices

Derelict and Abandoned Vessels Seized by Enforcement Agencies

These vessels have been seized by reason of being derelict, abandoned, or both. Owners may reclaim their vessels at any time before the disposal date and time by paying all costs incurred by the enforcement agency in salvaging, towing, and storing the vessel and by establishing to the satisfaction of the enforcement agency that the owner is able to move the vessel to a place where the vessel can be lawfully kept. If a vessel is not reclaimed before the disposal date, title to the vessel and all personal property found in the vessel will vest with the enforcement agency and the enforcement agency may sell or otherwise dispose of the vessel and property.
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Seized Vessels

Registration and HIN​ ​Vessel Description ​Photo ​Enforcement Agency ​Seizure Date ​Costs Incurred ​Disposal Date ​Notice Sent
​OR 344 ER ​1971 Reinell, open boat, 19 feet 1971-Reinell.jpg

​Port of St. Helens ​March 16, 2015 ​$0 ​April 16, 2015 Kenneth Berger Post-Seizure Notice 03232015.pdfKenneth Berger Post-Seizure Notice 03232015.pdf
​OR 171 DF ​1969 Hydro Swift open boat, 14 feet OR171DF.jpg

​City of Portland Harbormaster ​February 19, 2015 ​$635 ​March 22, 2015

Pre Seizure letter OR171Df.pdfPre Seizure letter OR171Df.pdf

Post-Seizure Latter OR171DF.pdfPost-Seizure Latter OR171DF.pdf

​OR 473 RN ​1961 Century cabin cruiser, 32 feet OR473RN(1).jpg

​Multnomah County Sheriff's Office ​February 12, 2015 ​$6,000 ​March 14, 2015 MCSO RPU Post Seizure Notice 15-400645 Ervin.pdfMCSO RPU Post Seizure Notice 15-400645 Ervin.pdf
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