A dive boat which sank in George Town harbor in stormy weather last week was salvaged Thursday.

The boat, the Jazzy T, which belongs to Cayman Diving, was hauled from the ocean floor by divers using lift bags before being towed into port. The boat was lifted to the dock by crane.

No one from Cayman Diving commented on the incident.

The Jazzy T, which sank in George Town harbor, was salvaged Thursday. Photos: Mark Mcbryan

According to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service, 911 dispatched the Joint Marine Unit in response to a capsized vessel, where a person was seen in the water. The person, associated with the vessel, was diving in an attempt to salvage equipment, according to the RCIPS.

The Port Authority confirmed a vessel sank during the night Wednesday and the owner had engaged a private company to refloat it the next morning.

No persons were in distress during the incident, police said.

The Port Authority confirmed a vessel sank during the night Wednesday.

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