Florida marina-slip auction postponed

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An auction that was scheduled April 14 for 140 boat slips at Port of the Islands Marina in Florida's Collier County was not held.

Last-minute interest led the owners - James and Christopher Shucart - to postpone the auction for a few weeks. No new date was chosen.

The slips will be sold together, in bulk, for a minimum of $1.96 million. There won't be a sale unless the minimum price is offered.

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