Beached Boat Phantom Is New Tourist Attraction

Dated: November 27 2017

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MIRAMAR BEACH — The Phantom of the Aqua, the 45-foot sailboat that beached itself just before Halloween, has become something of a bizarre tourist attraction in Walton County.

People crowded around the boat one recent afternoon to take pictures and gawk at the “phantom” boat. The vessel sits on the beach teetering to one side, sitting almost halfway in the water at high tide. Caution tape warns visitors not to come too close, and vinyl signs taped to its stern encourage people to donate money so the boat can “rise again.”

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Jacquelyn Gore

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