By SNL Stars Refurbished Staten Island Ferry Purchased As “Titanic 2”

NEW YORK (1010 Wins) — The abandoned Staten Island Ferry boat purchased by “Saturday Night Live” stars Colin Jost and Pete Davidson has a new title being chased by Jost and Davidson earlier in the year Credit for the photo is Bobby Bank/GC Images

YORK (1010 wins) -The NEW YORK (1010 WINS) The abandoned Staten Island Ferry boat purchased by “Saturday Night Live” stars Colin Jost and Pete Davidson is now renamed. On Late Night with Seth Meyers on Friday night Jost said the ferry was changed to “Titanic 2.”

“This is the reason why people who are stupid should not be allowed take actions,” Jost said. “Pete and I have bought this boat, and as it, there are a lot of immediate decisions you need to take. It’s necessary to form an organization that will handle the vessel. So we’re in the middle of a conversation and I’m thinking”‘Well, what do you think do you feel about Titanic 2? ‘”

Everyone on the call was impressed with this name Jost stated, but it’s caused difficulties with insurance companies. “We’re in search of insurancewhich we need to purchase because it’s a huge death trap boat,” Jost said. “And the insurance companies’ response is saying, ‘Is it named Titanic 2? ‘”

The couple purchased the boat in January, during a local auction for $280,000 with the hope to turn it into an entertainment spot. Formerly known as John F. Kennedy, Jost was able to take a ride along the vessel in the month of April, while it was being towed towards Caddell Dry Dock. Caddell dry dock to undergo an inspection.

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