The presidential yacht Sequoia … Should we bring it home? Look close Albert a…

The presidential yacht Sequoia … Should we bring it home? Look close Albert and I are in the pics, she’s huge!! #classicboats





The presidential yacht Sequoia … Should we bring it home? Look close Albert and I are in the pics, she's huge!! #classicboats

Posted by Cindy Chebultz on Friday, May 11, 2018

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  1. Jonathan Strong Sr.
    Jonathan Strong Sr. says:

    She won’t dissappear WilliamSchock. II’ve been following her for decades. She was just sold for a dollar to a group that had a claim.. Usually some group who feels they can capitalize on her will buy and refit her, only to discover that we are not so “profitably” nostalgic. Awesome boat. Spends more time in court than a judge or lawyer.

  2. Scott Newman
    Scott Newman says:

    Of course all you arm chair critics who don’t have a yard big enough to put a canoe in wouldnt be qualified to tell these folks storing this massive piece of jistory the correct way to do it…suppose they could have left her wide open to the elements…because we all know that works out well long term…clowns

  3. Paul Pletcher
    Paul Pletcher says:

    This is the boat Harry S Truman was aboard when Phil Sharples took a close by victory pass aboard Bombita and splashed him, 1947 Potomic River, Presidents Cup event. Phil told me Truman made a fist and yelled “you son-of-*****” (twice), lol

  4. Jeff Funk
    Jeff Funk says:

    A national disgrace such a piece of American history be left to rot away. Perhaps it’s time to write for a grant to the US for its restoration.

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