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Sailboat found stranded in waves on Jersey Shore beach

by Sophie Nieto-Munoz 7 Dec 03:22 UTC
Sailor abandons boat in Sea Isle © Stephen Bright

A sailboat found mysteriously stranded on the beach in Sea Isle City over the weekend is being removed by officials from the Jersey Shore town.

Katherine Custer, a spokeswoman for Sea Isle, said the boat is expected to be removed by Monday, though the ownership of the vessel remains unclear.

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