The Port St. John Boat Ramp located at 6650 North Cocoa Blvd./U.S. 1, has officially reopened, and ahead of schedule. The ramp, closed due to safety concerns after receiving substantial damage from Hurricane Irma in 2017, was targeted last week to reopen on Wednesday, May 8.
This is Irma, just one of SeaWorld’s many bird rescues. Found after Hurricane Irma with a fractured wing.
The boardwalk at the Turkey Creek Sanctuary, 1502 Port Malabar Blvd. in Palm Bay, is now fully reopened. Portions of the boardwalk were heavily damaged by Hurricane Irma last November and have been closed since.
When Hurricane Irma slammed into the Florida Keys as a Category 4 hurricane last fall, it created widespread destruction and an intractable problem: lots and lots of marine debris.
The World Meteorological Organization maintains a six-list rotation of storm names for the Atlantic Basin.