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Beached ship gets out of Mutiny Bay

A Global Diving & Salvage worker brings in the floating boom that surrounded the beached Neahkahnie that ran aground early June 4 at Lagoon Point. The rising tide with assist from a tugboat freed the vessel. The Neahkahnie, visible in the background under the watch of a Coast Guard boat, made its way to Pier 91 in Seattle without incident. The Coast Guard reported no pollution resulted. The boat had a crew of three. No cause of the accident had been announced as of last week. - Jim Larsen / The Record
A Global Diving & Salvage worker brings in the floating boom that surrounded the beached Neahkahnie that ran aground early June 4 at Lagoon Point. The rising tide with assist from a tugboat freed the vessel. The Neahkahnie, visible in the background under the watch of a Coast Guard boat, made its way to Pier 91 in Seattle without incident. The Coast Guard reported no pollution resulted. The boat had a crew of three. No cause of the accident had been announced as of last week.
— image credit: Jim Larsen / The Record

A beached fishing ship was floated off of Mutiny Bay last week.

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