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Storm damages SY Sila Sibiri in Palma

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A storm surge washed S/Y Sila Sibiri on shore in Palma de Mallorca on Monday, according to The Superyacht Times online. The 32m ketch is reported to have had two crew aboard who were able to get off the yacht unharmed. Efforts to remove the yacht from the rocks was stopped due to swells.

S/Y Sila Sibiri on the rocks in Palma de Mallorca on Oct. 15. Photo by Sally-Anne Moore

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