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I think they -- navigates -- financial waters some boat owners are abandoning ship certainly the economic downturn.
Seem to increase the number of boats that were being reported is as derelict -- burgers with south Carolina's department of health and environmental control.
The neglected my source often leaked fuel and have no lights toward approaching boats that night according BD hacks Curtis Joyner.
Nozzles located fairly close the federal channel -- right here relieved residents and pose.
Significant and navigation here.
South Carolina is among doesn't that state and local governments that have recently increased penalties against owners of abandoned vessels.
But with both frequently changing hands and scratched off serial numbers tracking down owners can be difficult.
That's sticks tax -- with the -- for removing and a which can range from 3000 to 20000 dollars depending on the size of the boat the same market conditions affecting boat owners are also affecting the government agency in charge of removing docile like this one from the water.
So increasingly they're relying on help from the private sector the local car -- -- -- to help us get.
A big trip but now recently.
Just people care about -- to clean.
Clean water -- Freeman managing partner of the Charleston city marina advisors financially troubled boat owners to seek help from local businesses and government authorities before their vessels take on water.
Once the -- -- disposal fees can quadruple making a public hazard all the more costly.
In Charleston, South Carolina Jonathan Serrie Fox News.
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