SANTA CRUZ, Calif. — The southern half of the Santa Cruz Small Craft Harbor has re-opened to boat traffic after receiving damage from the tsunami caused by earthquakes in Japan, according to an article in the Santa Cruz Sentinal.
Travel is only allowed for vessels with a draft of 6 feet or less, Coast Guard spokeswoman Laura Williams said to reporter Shanna McCord. Eight of 10 sunken boats have been found and removed.
The north harbor is still closed while harbor repairs and clean-up operations are still underway.
To read the article, go to: South Harbor re-opened to boat traffic in Santa Cruz.
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