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  • After Irma will the Dutch Treat sail again?

    The Dutch Treat broke free of her mooring during Hurricane Irma and landed on the shore next to the Miami Marine Stadium. Luis Prieto, the boat's third owner, said, as he was busy bailing, that he is pretty sure that the Dutch Treat, once called 'the fastest boat in the bay', will soon be out sailing again.

After Irma will the Dutch Treat sail again?

The Dutch Treat broke free of her mooring during Hurricane Irma and landed on the shore next to the Miami Marine Stadium. Luis Prieto, the boat's third owner, said, as he was busy bailing, that he is pretty sure that the Dutch Treat, once called 'the fastest boat in the bay', will soon be out sailing again.
Emily Michot The Miami Herald