Waterways panel hears update on new Outer Banks dredge

By on January 17, 2019

The new vessel is expected to be a hopper dredge similar to the Army Corps of Engineers’ workhorses Currituck and Murden, both of which have often worked Oregon Inlet, and to a lesser degree, Hatteras Inlet.
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