The 3-masted schooner Sakata capsized (28 Dec 1905)

The 3-masted schooner Sakata capsized on 19 December at 28 degrees 56 minutes north and 86 degrees 10 minutes south [west]. (28 Dec 1905)

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A water barge towed by (28 Dec 1905)

A water barge towed by the Biscayne strikes a pile and sinks off Bear’s Cut. Biscayne pushes her into shallow water before she sinks. The St. Lucie leaves with a crew to repair her. (28 Dec 1905)

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All launches must provide side (20 Dec 1905)

All launches must provide side lights, whistles and bells in compliance with marine laws. (20 Dec 1905)

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The St Lucie a 122-foot (14 Dec 1905)

The St. Lucie, a 122-foot side wheel steamer, is the first of many {sc fec} purchased steamers to arrive from Tampa. (14 Dec 1905)

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