Power & Motoryacht

Buried Alive

The end of a boat’s life is usually a quiet, nondescript affair. There’s no ceremonial goodbye, no reveling in those last few diesel fumes. It’s simply part of your life one moment and gone the next.

At least, that’s how it feels. But the boat isn’t just——gone. It’s in a landfill somewhere across town or at the bottom of a river where it might never decompose. That’s right—never.

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