A fire that destroyed a yacht at the Tamar Yacht Club on Sunday night has been deemed accidental.
The Tasmania Fire Service responded to the fire about 8pm.
Two crews from the Launceston Fire Brigade attended the scene, arriving to find the yacht on land well alight.
Fire service investigators confirmed the fire was caused by a leak from a stove being used in the yacht's gallery.
Damage to the yacht was significant and estimated to be about $90,000.
Two neighbouring boats also received damage, estimated to be about $30,000 each.
Almasts owner and immediate past yacht club commodore Mitch Ranson said the boat had only been recently renovated by its owner and was "due to be heading off to Hobart shortly".
"[It's] pretty disappointing for them," he said.
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