Mississippi sees boating, marina use down post-hurricane

Hurricane Katrina

The number of registered boats and occupied marina slips on Mississippi’s Gulf Coast has dramatically declined since Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005, despite efforts to reinvigorate the area following the storm.

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