SNL’s Millennial Correspondent Has A Novel Way To Tank Up Your Boat

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“A Boat Needs Fuel. A Lot Of People Don’t Realize That.”

SNL started its new season this past weekend with a very different cast than it left last season with. Among the new-joins is 21 year-old stand-up comedian Pete Davidson, who blessed Weekend Update with some Millennial advice that many Newporters can use: How to afford fuel for your massive yacht.

Fall is here, which means, if you haven’t already done so, you need to send your massive yacht somewhere warm for the winter. It probably has something to do with the helipads. Have you ever seen a yacht with a helipad and snow is the same place at the same time? They’re like Clark Kent and Superman.


The problem is getting a 300-ton 170′ motor yacht from the dock at Forty 1° North to Miami, Bermuda or some Caribbean spot takes a lot of fuel, which is a big expense if you’ve just dropped $20 mil on a boat and another couple mil on a helicopter. Now, you could dump about 600 shares(AKA 1%) of that AAPL stock you’re sitting on to fill up on 17,000 gallons of diesel…or you could take the advice of a bright-eyed, bushy-tailed youth correspondent on a 40 year-old live TV show and find an new and exciting way to fund your vessel’s movements.

Let’s face it. This is the 21st century and you didn’t get to where you are by not being innovative and ready to jump on the next big thing.

Tristan Pinnock, Blast Boating Correspondent


Tristan's just this guy, ya know?