Unusual Vessel Spotted

Friday, October 20, 2006
These interesting images were submitted by a reader of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News. Images of this unusual vessel were reportedly taken in the Port of Ilwaco off the Washington State coast. According to the unidentified photographer, the “crew” wore civilian clothes but guarded the boat closely and would not answer any questions. As MR investigates the curious vessel, we will update in later editions. Anyone with additional details on the vessel are invited to send information to Greg Trauthwein at trauthwein@marinelink.com.

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