Bathers hang out alongside an abandoned boat used by migrats to cross the Florida Straits. Recently, a team of marine salvors removed a total of 31 boats littering the Marquesas, a group of islands about 20 miles west of Key West.
Bathers hang out alongside an abandoned boat used by migrats to cross the Florida Straits. Recently, a team of marine salvors removed a total of 31 boats littering the Marquesas, a group of islands about 20 miles west of Key West. Mark Hedden For the Miami Herald
Bathers hang out alongside an abandoned boat used by migrats to cross the Florida Straits. Recently, a team of marine salvors removed a total of 31 boats littering the Marquesas, a group of islands about 20 miles west of Key West. Mark Hedden For the Miami Herald

Boats used by Cubans to cross the Florida Straits make a final journey

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