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Notice from Port Authority regarding wreck

Notice Board 02/05/2018

The Port Director, as Receiver of Wrecks, hereby gives notice that a 35ft Dominican type Panga white hull and orange bottom, blue inside with no engine was found washed up on the south shore of the Cayman Islands.  The vessel has the following markings on the left side near the stern: “AQUI LA VI L 3904”

The owner of this vessel may claim the vessel before the 17th May, 2018 by making a claim to the Receiver of Wrecks producing proof of ownership, such as a bill of sale etc.  This may be sent to:

The Receiver of Wrecks
c/o The Port Authority of the Cayman Islands
P.O. Box 1358
Harbour Drive
Grand Cayman

Failing the above, the Receiver of Wrecks will exercise his powers in relation to the disposition of the vessel.

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  1. Lenie Hulse on 17/05/2018 @ 7:56 am

    Every time I go by South Sound cemetery beach I wonder why the boat (and niw pieces) were not removed. The pieces are now going into the sea!!!! The boat was there from a year ago!

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