August 2006
Yachting;Aug2006, Vol. 200 Issue 2, p80
The article looks at the impact of Hurricane Katrina on the boating business in the Gulf Coast. At the Bay Waveland Yacht Club children played in the repaired club pool next to the house trailer that had replaced the clubhouse. Salvage companies in the region have collected and auctioned off thousands of damaged vessels. Of Ocean Marine Group's two yards, the Gulfport facility was worse off, with many boats damaged or lost. INSETS: Can the Yacht Clubs Come Back?;Leading the Recovery.


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