Please see video of engines running. Vessel blew off its stands during Hurricane Maria. A large sailboat mast collapsed over the vessel. The windshield is damaged and glass is broken. The windows on the starboard side are broken. There are dents and dings on the port side amidships. There is a hole in the fiberglass on the starboard side at the rubrail. The glass doors into the cabin spaces are broken. The hardtop has fiberglass damage throughout. The interior did not get water damaged other then a little rain water damage. The rudder and prop shaft are bent. The engines reportedly had a small amount of water damage from rain. The broken windows are currently covered. Please see video of engines running.
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