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Ketches and yawls are sailing vessels featuring two masts: a taller mainmast and a shorter mizzenmast. These vessels offer versatility in sail configuration and are often favored by cruisers for their manageable rigging.
U.S. Boat Removal and its crews will take all necessary precautions to minimize the impact on the surrounding environment. The vessel will not be recovered, and will be permanently disposed of in accordance with local statutes and laws regarding the decommissioning of marine vessels.
The process involves the crew assessing if the vessel is small enough to be hoisted or winched off the ground. If not, the crew will form a plan to segment the vessel as needed and dispose of the segments accordingly.
Vessels can be hoisted or winched out of the water if small enough to do so. If not, the crew will form a plan to segment the vessel as needed and dispose of the segments accordingly. For submerged or foundering vessels, U.S. Boat Removal can only remove them if they are adjacent to the shore, port, or sea-wall. Our team is not equipped to work offshore or open waters. For Ketches and Yawls, either process will involve either breaking or segmenting multiple masts, hull sections, keels, rigs and engines when applicable.