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To: Lizarde

Anna Nicole's Boat Shipped To The Bahamas

Feb 13, 2007 - World Entertainment News Network

Anna Nicole Smith bought a yacht and christened it The Cracker in the weeks before her death.

The actress/model's last big purchase was a Carver sport yacht she fell in love with during a trip to Reel Deal Yachts in Miami Beach, Florida.

Ned Bruck, the general manager of the boat firm, tells America's People magazine, "She (Anna Nicole) liked the fact that there were two separate bedrooms and a forward deck to sunbathe and a salon living area."

Bruck claims Smith and her partner, Howard K. Stern, planned to redecorate the 10-year-old boat.

The yacht was shipped to The Bahamas, where Smith lived with Stern, on Friday.

Stern was reportedly on the boat in Fort Lauderdale when he heard that his girlfriend had been found unconscious in her suite at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Thursday. Smith died on her way to a nearby hospital.

http://www.teenhollywood.com/d/142401/1055/anna-nicoles-boat-shipped-to-the-bahamas.html


1,306 posted on 03/12/2007 3:38:08 PM PDT by TexKat (Just because you did not see it or read it, that does not mean it did or did not happen.)
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To: TexKat
Why did Anna and Howard have to go to Florida to see the boat in the first place? The deal was done before that. It's only six hours to the Bahamas and the boat was scheduled to leave that same day.

Oh, okay, two people couldn't die in the Bahamas...it wouldn't look right.

Tell Howard it doesn't look any better in Florida because he now has 4 LE agencies on his tail.

Bad Script Howard. Folks shouldn't be able to finger the murderer early in the story.

The Guilt of Vacant Eyes!!

1,342 posted on 03/12/2007 4:51:00 PM PDT by Sacajaweau
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