Boaters Advised To Stay Away As Coast Guard Investigates World War II Tanker Southeast Of Shinnecock Inlet - 27 East

Boaters Advised To Stay Away As Coast Guard Investigates World War II Tanker Southeast Of Shinnecock Inlet

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The British oil tanker

The British oil tanker

authorElizabeth Vespe on Apr 27, 2019
Boaters are being advised to keep a safe distance as the U.S. Coast Guard assesses oil remaining on a World War II oil tanker, the Coimbra, which sank 30 miles... more

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