A boat, partially submerged, at Schooner Bay Marina. (Submitted photo)

Boat spotted partially submerged in Nanoose Bay

No leaks reported from the vessel

A boat owner had unfortunate luck last week – a vessel was seen partially submerged in Nanoose Bay.

The boat, close to shore in the Schooner Bay Marina, was seen bow up on July 27, with its stern partially in the water.

READ MORE: B.C. police rescue man and his dog from sinking houseboat

Officials indicated there was no spill from the incident and no further details were available.

— NEWS staff

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