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Going down: Tugboat Valley Forge sunk as part of artificial reef project

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There were plenty of wind and waves off the coast of Hatteras Island on Friday, May 7. Near perfect weather for sinking a boat.

Known around the world as the Graveyard of the Atlantic due to the abundant number of ships these coastal waters have claimed, this time a vessel was submerged on purpose.

“This is a project of the Outer Banks Anglers Club,” explained club member Dick Parker. “We are building a new artificial reef off the coast of North Carolina about eight

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