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Update April 23, 2015- We called the Coast Guard and they gave the boat a visit. The man on board showed them ownership papers and said that the boat was purchased this week, thus explaining the lack of registration. The man on the boat claimed that he had permission from the BPCA which is operating the marina now.
However, it is very unusual for a multi-million-dollar vessel to leave the place of sale and have no registration or markings. The Coast Guard is investigating further.
Is this yacht parking for free with permission from the BPCA? s the owner a friend of Mr. Mehiel, Brookfield Place, or IGY Marina?
April 22, 2015- Perhaps in response to BP.TV reporting on the the fact that the marina will not be in use this year, someone has managed to park what appears to be a lone token yacht.
The boat has no registration or name posted on the stern or anywhere clearly visible on the boat. It is a plain vanilla yacht that seems to have yet been sold, belonging to no one. This is a violation of maritime law.
Who placed this decoy here? Was it IGY Marina, Brookfield, or the BPCA? And why?