Sequoia/Serenia I stumbled across this thread while researching, and found it to be very informative! Here's a painting that was given to my grandfather of the 85' yacht Serenia. My great grandfather and great uncle were the engineer and captain, respectively, of the Serenia in the early to mid-1930's under the ownership of P.J. Morgan. They sailed Mr. Morgan from Camden, NJ to Florida and back each year. I was interested (and confused) by the fact the boat was originally named Sequoia (hull#140) and was commissioned by Emily Cadwalader in 1924. This was a year prior to the more well-known 104' Sequoia that later became the USS Sequoia. I'm sure that this is old hat for the well-versed Trumpy historians on YachtForums...which begs me to ask: would anyone on this thread happen to know of her fate?