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The Abandoned Vessel Inventory is a compilation of vessels from many federal, state and local sources. While the inventory contains more than 2000 records, this catalog is only a subset. Most of these vessels found here have been surveyed by the Program to ground truth and augment data from these other sources. In addition, there are vessels that were not found in any other database. The inventory is only one part of OR&R’s response to grounded and abandoned vessels.
Pacific Islands Hawaii, Guam, American Samoa, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, U.S.A. Outlying Islands.
American Samoa (1 vessel)
USS Chehalis
CNMI (41 vessels)
#62 Nam Sung
Charito
Lian Gi
Mwaalil Saat
Nago No. 15
Guam (33 vessels)
Breakwater Barge
Chamorro I
Ciao
Ciao - (Agana Derelict 1)
Crystal Be???
Hawaii (4 vessels)
Kolea (grounded)
M/V Messenger of Peace
Paradise Queen II
USS Macaw
Caribbean Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Caribbean nations.
Puerto Rico (35 vessels)
??Tador
A REGINA
Be??trix
Don Confe
Dutchman
USVI (65 vessels)
Aleria
AMALIE QUEEN
Bacardi
Dauntless
Emit
Southeast Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina.
Florida (3 vessels)
Alec Owen Maitland
Done Deal
Elpis
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