Salvage

Salvage - Boat on fire.TowBoatU.S. Miami is full equipped for 24-hour salvage response and has saved hundreds of distressed vessels from major damage or loss.

What is salvage?

"Marine salvage is the process of recovering a ship, its cargo, or other property after a shipwreck or other maritime casualty. Salvage may encompass towing, re-floating a sunken or grounded vessel, or patching or repairing a ship. Today, protecting the environment from cargoes such as oil or other contaminants is often considered a high priority."

Source: Wikipedia


 
Partially submerged boats at dock.
Partially submerged sailboat.
Partially submerged catamaran at dock.
Partially submerged boat along mangroves.
Boat lifed out of water on a craine.
Sailboat up against the rocks.
Boat up on a jetty at night.
Boat on a jetty in the daytime.
Salvage work beginning on boat on jetty.
Sailboat listing up against shore.
Diver in partially submerged boat.
Lifting a boat with a craine.
Lifting a boat with a craine.
Partially submerge boat with algea growing on it.