Sailboat Removal

Boat Removers offers both dry land and marina sailboat removal service. We serve all of Southern California including Orange County, San Diego, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura.

Do you have an unwanted sailboat and don’t know how to get rid of it?

We specialize in sailboat removal and disposal.

We remove sailboats of all sizes and locations throughout Southern California.

We Remove Sailboats From:

    • Residential properties
    • Marinas
    • Shipyards
    • Storage units
    • Abandoned¬†

Boat Removers is fully insured and has all the equipment and expertise to remove any size sailboat. Once your boat is in our hands, you can be assured it will be dismantled and disposed of it properly.

For assistance ring or text us at (949) 929-1778


Service Overview

We remove all types and sizes of boats including personal watercrafts. We do our best to make the boat removal process simple and affordable. Whether you have a boat in your driveway, sideyard, boat storage, or in a slip, we can help.

Types of boats we remove:

  • Motor Boats
  • Sailboats
  • Yachts
  • Catamarans
  • Pontoon Boats
  • Dinghy Boats
  • Houseboats
  • Personal Watercrafts

Who does the work?

Lando and Carlos are owners/operators/partners of Boat Removers and work together on each and every job. Lando takes all the calls and schedules each job.

Our Pricing

Our pricing is based primarily on two factors:

1. The size of the boat

2. The location of the boat (on dry land VS in the water)

The bigger a boat is, the higher our costs are with transporting it to our wrecking yard and then demolishing and disposing of it. 

Our minimum for boat removal is $600.00 unless the vessel is a smaller personal watercraft.

On Dry Land - up to 19' long
$50 per linear foot
On Dry Land - 20' to 27' long
$60+ per linear foot
On Dry Land - 28' or longer
$75+ per linear foot

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