Two More Ships Depart James River Fleet

Monday, October 20, 2003
The U.S. Department of Transportation issued a Press Release stating that the Canopus and the Compass Island were towed from the James River Reserve Fleet to be dismantled in Teesside, UK. So far this year, the Maritime Administration (MARAD) has awarded contracts for removal of 23 ships, with some to be dismantled in the United States. Source: HK LaM
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