Good afternoon, I have been directed to this site as I am doing some research into a yacht which was made for my wife's great grandfather. Basically we were wondering if she still existed. She was built in 1938 by Camper and Nicholson and originally called Maid Marion. It was subsequently requisitioned during WW2. In 1947 was sold to Augustus J.Newman and re-named JAGUSY. In 1950 she was sold to the Emperor of Viet Nam and re-named HUONG GIANG. Subsequently she became RUNNING EAGLE, then CAMARGO V and then CHIMON. During its life it had six names: 1). Maid Marion – Sir Harold Bowden 2). Jagusy – Augustus J. Newman 3). Huong Giang – Emperor Bao Dai of Veitnam 4). Running Eagle - ?? 5). Camargo V - ?? 6). Chimon – John David Easton and Nelson Skalbania It then appeared to have been acquired by a Canadian syndicate who tried to refurbish it and sell it as a timeshare. The Miami News - Google News Archive Search (link is to a 1982 newspaper article archived by Google). I believe this led to a court case due to a dispute over a substandard refurbishment. She was impounded in the Florida Yacht Basin at one point (1982ish?). I think this resulted in "Chinom" being stripped out and abandoned somewhere (Caribbean?). Does anyone know what happened to her? Many thanks in advance. P.S. I appreciate this is my first post. Is it form to make a donation to the site or anything? Don't want to be all take!