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Owner of burning boat working with Coast Guard to salvage vessel

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

Owner of burning boat working with Coast Guard to salvage vessel
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Boat owner jailed over ‘junked’ vessel

Sunday, October 12th, 2014

Boat owner jailed over ‘junked’ vessel
News from KeysNews.com (registration):

Florida Keys News – Key West Citizen

Boat owner jailed over ‘junked’ vessel

CITIZEN STAFF

The Galaxy got stuck.

A 69-year-old Marathon man was jailed this week after state officers said he failed to remove a wrecked boat from the channel to the Boot Key towers, where the vessel Galaxy remained Friday.

Cody Middleswart is accused of leaving a junked vessel in the waters of Florida since July 29, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said Friday.

Since July, FWC officers have posted a “derelict” notice on the boat, sent a certified letter to the owner and kept tabs on the vessel. Middleswart said he bought the vessel July 14, for the amount of “gift,” and tried to sail it from the end of 47th Street to the Boot Key Towers, FWC spokesman Bobby Dube said. The Galaxy took on water and Middleswart said he got it to shallow water to avoid sinking completely. The vessel keeled over after it was grounded in the channel.

FWC officers arrested Middleswart on Wednesday afternoon on suspicion of the misdemeanor charge.

About one hour later, Middleswart was released from jail after posting $ 328 bond.

Middleswart on Tuesday told FWC that he could make payments to the FWC if it could remove the Galaxy.

FWC reported Tuesday that the wooden hull is deterio…………… continues on KeysNews.com (registration)

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China vessel attacks Vietnamese boat, stealing assets off Hoang Sa: boat owner

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014

China vessel attacks Vietnamese boat, stealing assets off Hoang Sa: boat owner
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The owner of a fishing boat in the central Vietnamese province of Quang Ngai on Sunday reported to authorities that a Chinese vessel attacked his boat and took away properties on board while his watercraft was operating in Vietnamese waters last week.

>> Chinese ship rams, sinks Vietnamese fishing boat in Vietnam’s waters
>> Chinese ship attacks Vietnamese fishing boat
>> Chinese fishing boats violate Vietnam’s territorial waters
>> China’s attack on fishing boat is inhuman: law experts

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Boating: Prepare vessel for offseason

Sunday, April 27th, 2014

Boating: Prepare vessel for offseason
News from The News-Press:

news-press.com 12:16 a.m. EDT April 27, 2014

Did you do the following procedures on your boat, dock and lift before returning to your summer home in the North?

You may consider having a boat storage company take care of your boat or you may follow this plan.

Be sure the drain plug is out. The batteries will not hold a charge for four to six months, but raise the boat high enough on the lift so the drain is not going to be below the high water level in a storm. Everything that is loose should be removed or properly stored.

The motor, outboard, or IO, or stern drive should be sprayed with a protective oil. This should also be sprayed into the pistons. Put the plugs back in to make sure nothing finds its way into the cylinders. Drain all water from the motor, toilets, waste storage and so on.

The fuel tank should be filled and the fuel treated against condensation. A fuel treatment is necessary to keep…………… continues on The News-Press

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Free vessel safety check at ‘Boat Fair’

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

Free vessel safety check at ‘Boat Fair’
News from Journal of the San Juan Islands:

The Port of Friday Harbor will host a Boat Safety Fair, Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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The Port of Friday Harbor will host a Boat Safety Fair, Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Before you castoff from the dock or launch a vessel to begin enjoying local waters, consider joining the San Juan Island Recreational Boating Safety Group at the fair. The group is comprised of the U.S. Coast Guard, Washington state Parks and Recreation, San Juan County Sheriff’s Office, San Juan County Fire Marshal, Friday Harbor Power Squadron and the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary.

The focus of this multi-agency group is to improve the quality and delivery of education for the boating public and vessel examinations that are conducted in the San Juan Islands.

The concept of the fairs is to provide a location where interested boaters and the public can gather to: visit first responder boats (law enforcement, vessel assist, and fire); view safety demonstrations (man-over-board, kayak self-rescue, oil spill containment); see displays about boat safety (and Customs and Border Protection procedures at Friday Ha…………… continues on Journal of the San Juan Islands

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