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Navigational Hazard Removed from Noyo River



The harbor entryway of Noyo River along the Northern California coast in Mendocino County is the second narrowest along the West Coast. A 50 foot sunken vessel that was blocking boasts seeking safe passage in and out of the harbor has been removed thanks to a team effort.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers scuba divers and debris deck hands from the San Francisco District worked together to remove the 50-foot, 15 ton sunken ship which impeded travel in the federal channel for fishing vessels, recreational boaters and U.S. Coast Guard ships navigating into the harbor.

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