A super yacht sunk off the coast of Southern Italy over the weekend.
Video of the boat’s demise showed the ship sinking stern-first with its bow straight in the air.
The Italian Coast Guard rescued nine people from the ship before it submerged.
A superyacht measuring nearly 130 feet sunk off the coast of Southern Italy on Saturday, after members of the Italian Coast Guard rescued nine people from the submerging ship.
The Italian press this weekend reported that the 39.4-meter “My Saga” motor yacht sunk off the coast of Catanzaro Marina.
Video from the scene shows the massive boat teetering into the water before fully sinking stern-first.
Sky News reported that worsening weather conditions rendered it impossible for a rescue tug-boat to bring the yacht to safety.
An investigation into what caused the ship to sink is underway, the outlet reported.
The yacht was built in Italy in 2007, according to Super Yacht Times, and was traveling from Gallipoli to Milazzo under a Cayman Islands flag with a full-Italian crew when it sunk.
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