After being sunk in the (20 Apr 1928)

After being sunk in the Miami River for more than a year, the 154-foot Half Moon is raised and prepared for mooring in the Gulf Stream for fishing, dancing and dinners. Stripping of her silver fittings had caused her to sink. Capt. Smiley, the new owner, has returned her original name; Germania. (20 Apr 1928)

Newspapers: Miami Morning News or The Miami Herald

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The USCG patrol boat number (19 Apr 1928)

The USCG patrol boat number 2246 runs into the Government Cut jetties. The 42-foot vessel sinks in 15 feet of water about 50 feet south of the breakwater and 300 yards from shore. (19 Apr 1928)

Newspapers: Miami Morning News or The Miami Herald

Page: 1, Section: N/A