A boat yard that was abandoned and left for dead in the ocean is a lost treasure for the people of Florida

The Fays Boatyard, which was set to be demolished in the Bahamas last year, is now home to a unique collection of treasures that will make your vacation a whole lot better.

The Fates, as the boatyard is affectionately known, is located on the island of Bonaire, just off the west coast of the U.S. The former saltwater and clay factory was once home to hundreds of employees who worked at the factory for decades.

Now, a group of local families are taking over the property and restoring it to its former glory.

The boatyard has been on the market for several years, but the owners have kept their options open, since it’s one of the only places on the east coast of Florida that still has the building intact.

They plan to auction off the historic building and restore the space, including a historic barn, to make the property available for a family-friendly holiday destination.

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Fays boatyard, located off the coast of Bora Bora, Bonaique, Bahamas, USA, is currently home to some of the largest and most diverse collections of rare, unique, and original vessels in the world.

The owners have decided to preserve and bring the building to life for the community through an auction, where a small percentage of the proceeds will go to a local nonprofit, the Fays Museum of the Atlantic.

The owner of the boatyards former facility, Bill Fays, is hoping that the new community-supported project will bring about a new appreciation for the historic shipyard.

He says he’s hoping that with the help of the community, the building will be restored and the residents can be given a place to enjoy its many, many unique and amazing features.

“We’re trying to preserve it as much as we can,” he told MTV News.

“The community wants it restored to its historic glory and it will be a wonderful place to stay.”

Fays is one of many people who have been involved in the restoration efforts of the building.

“It’s really a huge undertaking, and it’s really exciting because it’s going to be such a wonderful holiday destination,” said Mark Fays.

“I’m hoping it will open people’s eyes to the incredible things that are possible when we work together.

I hope people can get into the boat yard and enjoy the boats and the boats will open up their eyes to everything they see on the horizon.”

The Fies are an important part of the local history, Fays said.

“They have been part of our culture, and we want to bring it back to life,” he said.

The family plans to continue the restoration effort through the summer, with the hope that the project will open doors for more people to enjoy the historic site and the boat yards collection.

“Our goal is to get this place out to the community so that people can come in and experience it for themselves,” Fays told MTV.

“That way they’ll be able to appreciate it for what it is and to not only have a place of their own but also to be able and willing to come back and enjoy it for the same reasons.”

The project will also have a major impact on the community.

“This is going to really open up a whole new world for people to see the island,” Fates said.