Beached boat faces uncertain future
HALF MOON BAY, Calif. (KGO) -- There's some uncertainty over what to do about that beached fishing boat in Half Moon Bay.
Initially, the plan was to tow the boat away once a high enough tide was able to lift it. However, the boat's owner is now considering having it cut in half and hauled to a place where it can be reassembled.
The Phyllis J ran aground Tuesday after it capsized during a crabbing trip. No one was hurt.
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