Natalie Wood - Wagner's Boat Set To Sail Off Again As Natalie Wood's Death Is Re-investigated

The boat on which tragic Natalie Wood spent her final hours is set to hit the high seas again as police re-examine the actress' death.
Robert Wagner sold the cruiser, named The Splendour, shortly after Wood allegedly tumbled overboard to her death off the California coast in 1981 and the boat has been anchored in Honolulu, Hawaii for over two decades as current owner Ron Nelson renovates the craft.
Now, as detectives take another look at the events that led up to Wood's death, Nelson is planning to charter tourist trips around Hawaii this Christmas (11).
E! News reports investigators are keen to take another look at The Splendour before it becomes a tour ship - but they'll have to go to Hawaii to check it out, because Nelson says, "As long as I own it, this is where it will be."


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