This boat has been in Sechelt Inlet for some years. In my opinion it was always on the verge of being so derelict that nobody was going to put the money into it to even save it from more deterioration.
About 2 years ago I noticed it in a District of Sechelt yard.
Well today I noticed that it was destroyed.
Any classic boat owner, who loves their boat (with their blood and treasure), would have a little cry if this was how their boat was to end.
This is the dilemma of selling a classic boat. They are relatively cheap to buy but you pay to maintain it. So it can easily fall into the hands of someone who can afford to buy one – but not adequately maintain it.