Vessel was tied to a floating pier during Hurricane Harvey. The finger pier broke off and the vessel eventually broke free. There is chafing on both sides from rubbing against the pier and another vessel. The vessel reportedly did not take on any water. The sails did not unfurl during the storm. The dodger canvas is missing. The vessels outboard motor was torn from the vessel and lost. The aluminum rubrail is scratched and bent. Please inspect vessel to see the full extent of the damage. The vessel appears to have been well maintained prior to the loss.
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