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Abandoned vessels pose a significant threat to the NOAA Trust resources through physical destruction of coral habitats and dispersion of toxic chemicals and gear.
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Use this form to let us know about abandoned vessels not in our inventory, or to update us on the status of one that is already listed.
Charter Vessel Scuttled on Pearl and Hermes Atoll in NW Hawaiian Islands
The charter vessel,
, which ran aground on Pearl and Hermes Atoll on July 2, 2005, was successfully refloated then scuttled on August 4.
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