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Videos of the 130-foot superyacht My Saga collapsing into the Mediterranean Sea were made public by the Italian Coast Guard.
The yacht started taking on water at the stern on Saturday night as it was making its way from Gallipoli to Milazzo.
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The Coast Guard sent out two patrol boats to rescue the nine persons on board after receiving a distress signal, and a tugboat to bring the boat back to Crotone.
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Nine miles off the shore of Catanzaro Marina, the yacht was listed to starboard and partially submerged during the rescue mission.
Following the bow of the ship rising into the air, what happened next was caught on camera. The rescue effort was abandoned by the rescuers, and the steel-hulled yacht quickly submerged stern-first beneath the waves.
The Italian Coast Guard stated that recovering My Saga was “impractical” due to the bad weather, rough seas, and rising slope of the ship on its starboard.