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Quote of the Day - The Third Fleet's sunken and damaged ships have been salvaged and are retiring at high speed toward the enemy. - Admiral Halsey
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One Obstacle To Docking Your Boat: Sunken Boats In Your Slip

MIPTC is a big fan of sailing, and like all good skippers, even more of a fan of docking the boat at the end of the trip.  It's like the pilots say:  any crash you can walk away from is a good crash.

For many boat owners who suffered the ignominy of their boats sinking in the slips of New Orleans harbor, there must be some level of relief with the start of the project to remove the sunken vessels from underwater. 

It's expected to cost nearly $1 million to remove the hulks, some 300 tons in all.

The storm that has no end.

Printer friendly page Permalink Email to a friend Posted by J. Craig Williams on Friday, May 04, 2007 at 00:16 Comments Closed (2) |
 
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