A vessel moored to a dock in the entrance to  Harbour Town Yacht Basin rests in the mud during low tide on Thursday  afternoon. Although the harbor is slowly filling up with silt, there is  still no plan in place for dredging it.
A vessel moored to a dock in the entrance to Harbour Town Yacht Basin rests in the mud during low tide on Thursday afternoon. Although the harbor is slowly filling up with silt, there is still no plan in place for dredging it. Jay Karr, the Island Packet
A vessel moored to a dock in the entrance to Harbour Town Yacht Basin rests in the mud during low tide on Thursday afternoon. Although the harbor is slowly filling up with silt, there is still no plan in place for dredging it. Jay Karr, the Island Packet

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