HAMPTON, N.H. – A ghost boat that washed up along a southeastern New Hampshire town more than two years ago is being moved.

WMUR-TV reported that the Guest List is a 75-foot ship that washed up along the Hampton marsh after its owners, who are from Brazil, ran out of money. The boat broke away from a mooring twice, sustained a gaping hole and became stuck on the side of the marsh in 2013.

The state confiscated the vessel after unsuccessfully trying to work with its owners and tried unsuccessfully to auction it off.

The ship was towed to the state pier on Monday.

Port Authority Director Geno Marconi says the plan is to spend $18,000 to have the boat crushed, put it in dumpsters and hauled to a landfill.