IRMA Recovered Vessels

Hurricane IRMA FWC Recovered Vessels

fwc le logosBelow is a listing of the vessels recovered by the United States Coast Guard in coordination with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission that were wrecked/sunken on the waters of the state during Hurricane IRMA. The FWC is storing these vessels at temporary storage facilities around the state. Vessels not recovered from a FWC temporary storage area will be taken to a landfill for disposal. Time is of the essence: If you have a vessel being stored by the FWC, you must contact the FWC to make arrangements to remove and recover your vessel or if you no longer want your stored vessel and wish to surrender your rights, title and all interest in the vessel and its
                              contents, please contact 888-404-3922 and provide the Duty Officer
                              with the incident number assigned below for your vessel.   

Recovered Vessel Listing

The following link will take you to the report page with a current listing of the vessels recorded.

  • The entire report can be downloaded by clicking "Export Report"
  • Data can be sorted by clicking on each column
  • For help please contact Boating and Waterways at 850.488.5600

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 View Vessel Report

 

For additional information on Hurricane Irma displaced vessels go to: http://myfwc.com/boating/vessel-hotline/ 



FWC Facts:
You must be at least 14 years of age to operate a personal watercraft (PWC) in Florida. It is illegal to knowingly allow anyone under 14 years of age to operate a PWC.

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