And then there were none...Back in August, a group of more than 100 unruly sea lions swarmed the Hyde Street Pier, claimed it for themselves, and seriously pissed off nearby boat owners, fishermen, swimmers, and especially Port of San Francisco wharfinger Hedley Prince. (Here's our cover sto ... More >>
The adoring public may have a problem with what San Francisco has in store for its troublesome invaders, the sea lions.
Courtesy of the Department of Boating and WaterwaysSome inconsiderate bastard left this boat to rot in the San Joaquin DeltaLast week we reported that the administrator of the California's Abandoned Watercraft Abatement Fund told us that San Francisco does not participate in the state program. Th ... More >>
It isn't often that you misplace a 100-foot-long boat, but that's just what happened late Monday with the ex-U.S.S. Wenonah. The 69-year-old boat slipped beneath the waves while berthed on eastern Treasure Island; when the sun went down it was up and when the sun came up it was down. Naturally, t ... More >>
http://englishrussia.com/?p=1788Well, the state ain't paying for that...Earlier today, we ran a story about how, while it's no Truk Lagoon boats sink in San Francisco Bay more often than you might guess. Yet getting even an incomplete count of how often vessels slip beneath the waves here was als ... More >>
Dishonest and unsavory fishermen have found a home at the docks, where rent is cheap.