Twenty-four Allied vessels were sunk (3 Aug 1945)

Twenty-four Allied vessels were sunk off Florida by U-boats during the war. Two off Miami: Potrero del Llano and Umtata. [Includes many details on all 24 and photos of the Potrero del Llano and Lubrafol.] (3 Aug 1945) Newspapers: Miami Morning News or The Miami Herald Page: 1, Section: A

The launch Sallie is busy (9 Aug 1909)

The launch Sallie is busy taking people back and forth to the beach. (9 Aug 1909) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 1, Section: N/A

Ledbury and Star Reefs are (28 Jul 1998)

Ledbury and Star Reefs are closed to boating while Biscayne National Park officials assess damage from a tugboat [Allie B.] grounding on 20 July. [Map] [Also reported in the USCG “Local Notice to Mariners”, 35-98, 01 September 1998.] (28 Jul 1998) Newspapers: Miami Morning News or The Miami Herald Page: 6, Section: D

Ships

Click on the name of a ship to perform a search for that term. Disregard the Ships search result, as that contains the names of all ships. “dredge number 2” derrick barge 9 dredge number 10 sub chaser 95 (renamed to Service) sub chaser 154 sub chaser 205 cutter 214 cutter 247 cruiser 284 cutter … Continue reading Ships