Recovering boats left derelict by Hurricane Ian

Staci Stevens’ boat small business in St. James Town, Florida, went from recreational to restoration right after Hurricane Ian crashed onshore in late September. Now, the only fishing currently being completed is by cranes fishing poorly-damaged boats out of her marina, which has turn out to be a boat crisis space. Florida’s Fish & Wildlife Fee says there are far more than 700 derelict boats together the Gulf Coast, but only two-thirds have been eradicated. Correspondent Omar Villafranca studies.

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