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Boats are meant to be in the water. But it is not vary natural for a 78 foot long yachts to finish up half submerged and need the help of airbags to be pulled pout from the depths of water. A yacht named The Notorious, was found partially submerged at the Ditto Landing in Huntsville earlier this morning.
No one was on the yacht at the time, but 1953 Feadship motor yacht is very big that the management of Ditto Landing is having to bring in top divers from Chattanooga to blow airbags and help right the ship. Ditto Landing’s operating manager Nick Werner reportedly told that the boat is the largest which has sunk at the marina. Landing is working to contact the owner of the yacht, who is out of the country at this point of time. It was around 2 years that the owner has been restoring the yacht. Once that is finished, it would be worth as much as US$ 1 million, thanks in part to its glorious history.
Christened the “Serano II,” the boat was later called Exuberance before being named as The Notorious. The earlier owners of the boat include an alleged Chicago mob boss and former President Gerald Ford. An article published about the boat featured a secret passageway and a marble table.
Meanwhile, Oban Lifeboat was called today to serve a boat which went aground in Sound of Kerrera. Still, as the volunteers were on their way, the boat crew have managed to refloat the vessel and made their way to Oban Marina.

Boats are meant to be in the water. But it is not vary natural for a 78 foot long yachts to finish up half submerged and need the help of airbags to be pulled pout from the depths of water. A yacht named The Notorious, was found partially submerged at the Ditto Landing in Huntsville earlier this morning.

No one was on the yacht at the time, but 1953 Feadship motor yacht is very big that the management of Ditto Landing is having to bring in top divers from Chattanooga to blow airbags and help right the ship. Ditto Landing’s operating manager Nick Werner reportedly told that the boat is the largest which has sunk at the marina. Landing is working to contact the owner of the yacht, who is out of the country at this point of time. It was around 2 years that the owner has been restoring the yacht. Once that is finished, it would be worth as much as US$ 1 million, thanks in part to its glorious history.

Christened the “Serano II,” the boat was later called Exuberance before being named as The Notorious. The earlier owners of the boat include an alleged Chicago mob boss and former President Gerald Ford. An article published about the boat featured a secret passageway and a marble table.

Meanwhile, Oban Lifeboat was called today to serve a boat which went aground in Sound of Kerrera. Still, as the volunteers were on their way, the boat crew have managed to refloat the vessel and made their way to Oban Marina.

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