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The saga of the four-masted Falls of Clyde at Honolulu Harbor is nearing a new chapter.

On Thursday, the state announced that an auction of the 140-year-old ship didn’t drum up any qualified bidders.

And so the 280-foot, iron-hulled oil tanker, the only one of its kind in the world, is set to remain at Honolulu Harbor for the foreseeable future ― until the state can figure out what’s next for the ship.

Officials, though, do want to have the Falls of Clyde out of the harbor by June 1, the start of the 2019 hurricane season.

Read on.