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Arthur Kill Professional Review and Guide
"As you look out on the Arthur Kill from the ramp at Captain Carlson Park, the fi rst thing you’ll probably see is the collection of large oil tanks directly across the strait from you. Look to the right of them and you’ll also see a large stretch of green where a small salt marsh sits at the water’s edge. Follow the marsh and the lush woodland just behind it, a bit farther to the south, and something even more interesting should come into view: a small collection of ships, broken apart and left to rust and rot. Though nowhere near as extensive or exciting as the main ship graveyard farther north, this smaller version is worth an inspection and the 0.6 mile of paddling it will take to get there."
--Kevin Stiegelmaier, Paddling Long Island and New York City (Menasha Ridge Press).
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