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01-30-2007 03:15 AM
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Georgia Struggles With Abandoned Boats on Coastal Waterways - First Coast News


Georgia Struggles With Abandoned Boats on Coastal Waterways
First Coast News, FL - 19 hours ago
BRUNSWICK, GA (AP) -- Far from its home port of Alaska, a 20-foot sailboat is anchored on the East Brunswick River. Not too far away, on the river adjacent ...
Expert warns of derelict vessels Augusta Chronicle (subscription)
Abandoned Boats Pile Up On Georgia Coast WSBtv.com
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