MY Kanga burns in Croatia; guests, crew safeSep 13, 2018 by Dorie Cox
M/Y Kanga, a 131-foot custom yacht built by Cerri Cantieri Navali (CNN), caught fire on Sept. 7 and burned while at anchor near Dubrovnik, Croatia. All nine passengers and four crew were reported to have gotten off safely.
The fire was extinguished and the vessel was towed to a nearby harbor where the cause is under investigation. The yacht was launched in May and was expected to show at the Monaco Yacht Show.
To read more visit Megayacht News and The Dubrovnik Times.
Photo by Tonci Plazibat, Hanza Media
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