Free Motion for Summary Judgment - District Court of Connecticut - Connecticut


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Case 3:02-cv—02105-RNC Document 61-9 Filed 06/30/2007 Page 1 012

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Wo : as Mr. `Jay Lorinslri From : Bill 'Yayior
Sent : Qr'23/99 at 7:49:52 AM Pages : 30 (including Cover)
Subject : Perrotli ~ Yacht Purchase Survey `

Attached please find the preporchase survey you requested for estimating insurance coverage on the yacht.
The pian for the yacht at present calls for the vessel to be used between New York and Boston for approximately ‘
six weeks forward from the closing date of no later than October Sth. it seems likely that coverage wouid need to .
be in force prior to this date. lt is planned that he yacht would be based primarily in Mystic during the period.
Negotiations are currently underway with Little Harbor Marine of Portsmouth, Rhode Island to have the yacht "
painted inthe period from ll/tid-November, through Mid-March, 2000. In that event she would be hauled, stored
inside and in lay—up for the majority of the Winter months at Littie Harbor.
Can you provide an estimate for this scenario as well as an annual insurance estimate assuming that the yacht
will be based in Southern New England during the Summer months and move coast-wise to Southern waters
(Caribbean Sea) during the Winter months in subsequent seasons. it is planned that she will serve as a private
yacht for personal pleasure use and occassional business meetings.
As yet it has not been determined whether the yacht wilt continue her British Registry or be returned tothe U. S.
A preliminary decision will come this Friday after consuttation with Mr. Perroltis legal advisors and i wilt make
certain that any memo issuing from that meeting is sent to you. · ¤
Missing from the survey is an appraisal of the miscellaneous works of art and paintings aboard the yacht that by
report have certain market vaiue.
The yacht is currently lying at Goat island in Newport, Rhode Island and arrangements can be made for the
*‘collection" to be appraised if you will contact me with a date and time for the inspection.
Let me know how I can help.
Cordiaily,
Bill Taylor _
( 860) 572~’i 111