They are making pretty good progress. A Salvager was hired to remove the boats, and they are about 50% cleared now. Some of the boat owners have already received their insurance proceeds and purchased new boats. Progress was slowed over how much the salvager was charging. The customers hve to pay to have their boats removed, not the marina. Marina One in Deerfield Beach (The older metal building on the west side of US#1) suffered the same fate, and they also are about 50% completed in their removal of boats, both totaled and partially damaged. They are a Formula dealer and some of the new Formulas were heavily damaged. I think, but not certain, it's National Liquidators doing the Sunny Isles clean up. I just received my insurance renewal notices (CIGNA/INA/ACE USA) on my Black Thunder and the 54 Sea Ray and did not get an increase. However, the new policy says that if you don't declare your boat as residing in Florida, it will not be covered if in Florida (and neighboring hurricane prone states) from June 1 thru November.