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Assuming your only interest is in selling the fleet?

If you can get information on the boats (year, make/model, length, engine hours, photos) someone might be able to advise on a value... the remote location is obviously going to be a big factor.. probably your best bet would be to find a local who wants to get into that business. Not easy to do from afar..

Best of luck.

Option B.. take up sailing and do it yourself! ;)
 

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Best of luck in finding a solution.. If the boats are truly well found and worth something it may well be worth your while to hire delivery captains to bring the boats to a viable market. Otherwise I think you run the risk of ending up 'giving them away'.. if indeed you can unload them at all.

Having to do all this at such a remote remove sure doesn't make it easier or less expensive as a process.....
 
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While you may well be better off in a market like Brazil vs Chile (not sure) I'm not sure it would be necessary to bring the boats all the way to North America.

These are special purpose vessels, not all that common worldwide (again, if in good condition and of good pedigree) and a specialized buyer would not be shy about some travel to investigate a purchase. However southern Chile is a LOOONG way away....
 
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