I talked to the yard owners not long after the auction and at that point 6 of the 9 boats were sold and it looked likely that a 7th would be sold within a few minutes. The three boats that hadn't sold at that point were "Rosa" the wooden schooner, "Fish On" the 30' sport fisher
and the Lexcen sloop
Bock owns "Rosa" and "Fish On" and it sounded like the scrap guy might get "Fish On" but that they will try to find a home for "Rosa" which isn't in too bad of condition. The Contest 29 ended up going for $1k I'm pretty sure and the Alberg
and Dana for less than $500 apiece as stated above. The steel boats are going to a scrap metal guy from what I understand and although I didn't ask I think a few others are to be scrapped as well. The Contest was the nicest of the boats that I went on, though I didn't go on the Dana which I've heard praised by someone who has sailed them extensively.
Although I hope to launch next Spring I still wouldn't mind if they did this a few more times to get rid of a lot of the mosquito breeders that are around before next Summer just in case I miss another launch goal. I hate to see boats die, but I've gotten used to it.