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Derelict Boats Accumulating along Central Florida Coast

Derelict and abandoned vessels are a huge factor in the increasingly restrictive anchoring regulations in Florida. See MTOA Florida Legislature Update 2.

Derelict boats accumulating along Central Florida coast
VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. —
The Intracoastal Waterway is among the gems of the Central Florida coast, but rotting, sinking and rundown boats are marring the landscape. Volusia County officials are working to remove derelict boats from the county’s waterways, but officials said it won’t happen overnight.
CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REPORT and Video from Claire Metz of NBC WESH News 2, Orlando

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