A SC Department of Natural Resources notice sign is attached to the front railing of the "Daydreamer," an abondoned vessel pulled from the Broad Creek by three Hilton Head Island residents. The three men are working with The Hilton Head Reef Foundation, a non-profit subsidiary of the Hilton Head Island Sportfishing Club, to raise funds for the hiring a professional diver for two sunken vessels, as well as the disposal costs of the boats.
A SC Department of Natural Resources notice sign is attached to the front railing of the "Daydreamer," an abondoned vessel pulled from the Broad Creek by three Hilton Head Island residents. The three men are working with The Hilton Head Reef Foundation, a non-profit subsidiary of the Hilton Head Island Sportfishing Club, to raise funds for the hiring a professional diver for two sunken vessels, as well as the disposal costs of the boats. Drew Martin dmartin@islandpacket.com
A SC Department of Natural Resources notice sign is attached to the front railing of the "Daydreamer," an abondoned vessel pulled from the Broad Creek by three Hilton Head Island residents. The three men are working with The Hilton Head Reef Foundation, a non-profit subsidiary of the Hilton Head Island Sportfishing Club, to raise funds for the hiring a professional diver for two sunken vessels, as well as the disposal costs of the boats. Drew Martin dmartin@islandpacket.com

Tired of seeing Hilton Head’s Broad Creek used as a ‘Dumpster’? 3 residents step up to remove abandoned boats.

October 16, 2017 03:49 PM

UPDATED October 17, 2017 09:39 AM

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