Demolition of Ripple Rock, Seymour Narrows, British Columbia

Seymour Narrows is a narrow section towards the South end of the Inside Passage running between Puget Sound and Alaska.  Currents up to 8-9 knots flow through here and Ripple Rock was a major hazard to navigation.  This route is very busy with cruise ships, tugs and barges, fishing vessels, and recreational vessels.

Here is the story of removing that Ripple Rock hazard:

 

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