“Steel hull houseboats have been some of the hardest sinking vessels to tackle over the past five years,” Flowers said. “Buyers need to beware and always have a hull inspection completed prior to purchase whether the boat costs six figures or a six pack.”
The boat will be removed on Oct. 7 in a joint effort between the Lake Lanier Association, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and Hall County. The removal is being funded by money reserved by the state for “abandoned and derelict vessels,” plus additional funds from the Hall County government.
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