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Now it’s Noah’s Ark that needs saving.
A Dutch replica of the biblical animal-rescuing ark has been held in the U.K. for 19 months because it is deemed unseaworthy — sparking a diplomatic spat and $700-a-day fines, according to a report.
The article goes on to state the following:
The 230-feet long floating museum made a rare trip out of Holland in November 2019 to dock in Orwell Quay in Ipswich — where it was impounded by coastguard officers who refused to let it sail away, according to official documents obtained by the Ipswich Star.
Officials with the Maritime and Coastguard Agency claim the vessel cannot be safely towed back to Holland and refuse to let it leave “until all the deficiencies have been put right,” including the necessary certificates and information about its weight and stability.
Meanwhile, the $3.7 million ark, which is 61 years old, has already accumulated $17,000 in fines, and the Dutch Government has been appealing to U.K. officials to let it go.
The report states that Peters purchased the ark in 2010, then a group of 50 craftsmen spent five months creating the museum inside it. It is believed to be about half the size of the ark described in the Bible.
Stuck Noah’s Ark sparks ‘international incident’ as UK Government wades in https://t.co/DrE6cNQ0O0
— Ipswich Star (@ipswichstar24) June 4, 2021
Noah’s Ark replica faces costly dilemma of biblical proportions https://t.co/UiQ9vlkrxC
— Business & Money (@ppscslv) June 11, 2021
— New York Post (@nypost) June 10, 2021
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