Ron Nelson told Radar Online that the spirit of the Hollywood star is haunting him and he is so spooked he is selling the "Splendour."
He claims he has had several unexplained accidents on the boat and once felt a strange presence beside him.
"I've been hurt twice in the boat mysteriously. Weird falls. It's just like my feet came out from under me and I fell," he said.
On a trip to Hawaii, he became even more spooked.
"Something sat down on the bed and then left," he said.
Nelson even had the boat blessed by two Hawaiian priests — or kahunas — to cleanse the vessel.
But there may be another reason for selling up. The "Splendour" was damaged in a recent hurricane.
Wood was on the boat in November 1981 while on a weekend trip to Santa Catalina Island, Calif., with her husband Robert Wagner and Christopher Walken.
Her body was discovered a mile away from the boat and her death was initially as an accident by drowning and hypothermia.
The “Rebel Without a Cause” and “West Side Story” star was just 43 at the time of her death.
The cause of death was subsequently changed to "drowning and other undetermined factors" two years ago, following claims by the boat's captain Denis Davern that he had lied during the investigation and that Wood and Wagner had fought in the evening prior to Wood's death...