105-foot yacht Angra catches fire in Italy

Sep 21, 2015 by To the Triton

The 105-foot (32m) wooden M/Y Angra caught fire off the coast of Naples yesterday (Sunday, Sept. 20). The owner and his wife, two of their grandchildren and four crew abandoned the ship on the tender, according to a report on TheLocal.it web site. The cause of the fire was not immediately reported.

Click for a video of the burning yacht.

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