Where are they now! The Crest, a 133-foot, steel-hulled fishing vessel

uscg-logoCoast Guard pollution response crews from Sector Puget Sound, in Seattle, continue to oversee the mitigation of  potential pollution from a presumed abandoned fishing vessel near the Ballard Locks in Seattle, Thursday. The Coast Guard has contracted Global Diving and Salvage to address more than 12 feet of oily water found in the engine room of the Crest, a 133-foot, steel-hulled fishing vessel. A call to Coast Guard Public Affairs Detachment Astoria, Ore confirms her to be built around 1933, and I believe her to be the Crest from Portland/Rockland Me. [email protected]  A little history about these boats 20:02

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