AUS dive crew salvaged two vessels on Lake Washington which sank after catching fire. The vessels salvaged were a two-story house boat and a power boat. AUS divers skillfully attached lift bags to the sunken vessels and raised the vessels from the bottom of the lake.
AUS responds to an emergency call at the Dalles Marina as a fire raged through, burning house boats and docks. AUS mobilized an emergency response team to mitigate environmental damage from the fire and monitor docks for spot fires. AUS subsequently salvaged and disposed of burned docks. AUS deployed environmental protection booms
THE DALLES, OR (KPTV) - Multiple boathouses were destroyed by a fire that started at The Dalles Marina late Saturday night (July 3rd, 2021). Mid Columbia Fire & Rescue says the first call came in at about 11:59 p.m. Crews arrived to the marina, located at 101 North Basin Road, within seven minutes. In total,
The Washington State Department of Natural Resources Derelict Vessel Removal Program awarded AUS the contract to remove an 80-foot commercial fishing vessel from the Hoquiam River in Southwestern Washington. The 90-year-old Lady Grace sank on March 2, 2018. The original plan to salvage this vessel was to lift her off the river bottom with lift
AUS was contracted to salvage the Lancer, a 27ft. 2499 ME Sailboat in Sinclair Inlet, Washington. AUS divers excavated designated areas surrounding the vessel’s hull in order install messenger lines. The divers then used the messenger lines to install rigging and lift bags. As soon as the vessel was floating and secured the AUS team
January 27, 2020 The Kings Way 1, a 92’ Grafton Boatworks Expedition Trawler sunk in the West Bay Marina located in Olympia, WA. AUS provided a dive team to attach all of the necessary rigging to the submerged vessel. Once the rigging was secured, a crane raised the ship and was bilged by AUS utilizing
AUS was recently hired to salvage a 38-foot Tai Chio Sailboat at a marina near Pasco, WA. The vessel was damaged in a winter storm and sank at her berth. The vessel was totaled by the insurance company and AUS was hired to salvage and destroy the vessel. AUS crews patched the hull, used lift
March, 2019 AUS was contracted to salvage 100 metric tons of anchor chain and an 8 metric ton anchor in 310 feet of water from the Manchester bay anchorage area. The lost chain posed a hazard to navigation and reduced the available anchorage footprint in the bay. AUS chartered a derrick which was subsequently equipped with