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Friday, March 10, 2006

Kitsap Sub Museum Draws Crowds; CNN Report on Katrina Live Oak

The Naval Undersea Museum in Keyport, Wash. drew nearly a thousand visitors to recent "Discover E-Day" event. The museum is an official US Navy facility preserving the history of undersea warfare and technology. Thanks to Pedro Caleja for posting the article on his blog.

Kelly at Maritime Compass is featured in this CNN report on the salvage of live oak downed by Hurricane Katrina. The wood will be used in the restoration of the Charles W. Morgan, one of the oldest sailing vessels in the United States.


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