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Owner claims red kayak found adrift off Maunalua Bay

By Star-Advertiser staff


The owner of a red kayak that had been found adrift Wednesday one mile south off Maunalua Bay called the Coast Guard today to claim it.

The Coast Guard had recovered the unmanned kayak Wednesday and asked for the public's help in finding the vessel's owner.

A Coast Guard spokeswoman said the owner said the kayak had come untied and floated off.

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2NDC wrote:
Time to label your gear. A lot of wasted man hours and unnecessary resources searching for the owner. Hope the Coast Guard gave the owner an ID decal when the kayak was picked up.
on January 2,2014 | 07:00PM
Anonymous wrote:
Waste time I came, I taught you was dead.
on January 2,2014 | 08:03PM
iwanaknow wrote:
Mark your stuff
on January 3,2014 | 06:12AM
SueH wrote:
The owner "claimed it'?? If the Coast Guard couldn't identify who it belonged to because it lacked markings, how did the "owner" prove it was his? Did he say it was red and floated???
on January 3,2014 | 08:03AM
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