Indonesian police say five of the suspects are from Johor and one from Perak.
The casino and theme park operator is buying the superyacht for half-a-billion ringgit, half its original price.
Information on the bids and bidders will be kept confidential until conclusion of the auction of the yacht.
The amount includes legal fees and port services, says finance ministry.
The superyacht will be located near the resort island while waiting for the bidding process to end on Nov 28.
Lawyer Sitpah Selvaratnam expects tenders for the sale of the luxury yacht to be issued by the end of the month.
Hearing on the case will continue tomorrow at 3pm.
The company which owns the Equanimity also questions a court application by 1MDB to sell the yacht, saying it has not been served any legal notice.
A lawyer says the price of the yacht will depreciate and it must be sold soon.
The businessman continues his defiant stance after eight charges were filed against him.
Lawyers last week asked a federal judge to order the Justice Department to clarify whether US agencies knew in advance or were involved in transferring the luxury yacht to Malaysia.
The wanted businessman says there is a trial by media which makes it impossible for him to get a fair hearing.
The former prime minister says no one is above the law, which must be allowed to take its course in the matter.
The businessman linked to the Equanimity yacht insists the seizure is illegal.
The prime minister says the facilities on board the RM1 billion superyacht include a gymnasium and sauna room as well as a lift to reach the top level.
Many people are coming from all over just to get a view of the luxury super vessel which continues to be in the news in connection with the 1MDB scandal.
The 1MDB legal team appointed by the Attorney-General's Chambers says a quick sale is preferable as it costs RM3 million to maintain the vessel every month.
This after the finance minister revealed that the government may sell the yacht in a bid to get back the money allegedly stolen from 1MDB.
The 91-metre yacht linked to businessman Low Taek Jho finally arrives in Port Klang as scheduled.
The Department of Justice says it wants to give any interested claimant to the superyacht Equanimity the opportunity to inquire through formal channels.
Gopal Sri Ram says the fugitive businessman is trying to distract attention from the issue at hand by accusing the prime minister of violating the rule of law.
The prime minister wants to know how the owner obtained so much money to buy such an expensive yacht.
The businessman at the centre of the 1MDB scandal says there is no rule of law under Mahathir's government.
The yacht, linked to 1MDB investigations, will be handed over at the border between Indonesia and Malaysia's waters.
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