Salvage operation of the burnt-out Kahu. Picture by Graham Brading.
INSUFFICIENT evidence has left the police unable to confirm if a crime was committed when a £3.2 million superyacht at East Cowes Marina burnt out last month.
The 114-ton Kahu, which burnt for around nine hours on November 5, is now in Southampton while its future is decided.
A huge effort to salvage her followed after she sank to the bottom of the marina.
One month on, the police have completed their investigations into the cause of the fire.
A spokesperson said: "There was insufficient evidence to confirm a crime had been committed."
The Kahu, owned by former Isle of Wight businessman Paul Rudling, founder of Newport-based composite manufacturers, SP Systems, was on the market at the time.
Anyone with information can contact Newport Police Station by phoning 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.