Sign up for our amNY Sports email newsletter to get insights and game coverage for your favorite teams. Colin Jost and his Saturday Night Live castmate Pete Davidson, who both grew up on Staten Island, have found a place to dock the Staten Island ferry that they purchased in January for $280,000, along with a group of investors. According to the New York Times, the 277-foot-long 2,100 ton boat has found a home on a shipyard on the western edge of Staten Island. The New York Times reported that the ferry was moved on April 11. Rather than have the ferry towed directly to the shipyard, Jost had two tug boats push it out in the harbor, where the comedian proceeded to be photographed standing on the ferry’s roof next to the Statue of Liberty with a helicopter and a camera drone whizzing overhead. Jost told the New York Times, “I’m a cautious person by nature and this is definitely the riskiest thing that I’ve ever done.” Currently, the ferry is in a slip at Caddell Dry Dock & Repair where it will reportedly stay for repair and renovation………..