The Folly Boat is a boat that was washed ashore near Folly Beach in Charleston, South Carolina during Hurricane Hugo. After nobody claimed the boat, passers-by began painting messages and pictures on the boat. It has become an unofficial symbol of Folly Beach. During hurricane Irma, on September 11th, 2017, Folly Boat floated away; at the current time, its location is unknown. It has been reported to be in the back yard of a Sol Legare Road home.
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