Tomoka tried to run, but Seneca placed a shell just off her hull, and William McCoy surrendered his ship and cargo. There was also an assortment of launches, harbor tugs, and miscellaneous small craft. In the days of rum running, it was common for captains to add water to the bottles to stretch their profits or to re-label it as better goods. Coast Guard Cutter Seneca just outside U. The rum-runners were definitely faster and more maneuverable. For multiple reasons including the avoidance of taxes and minimum purchase prices , alcohol smuggling is still a worldwide concern. These high-speed boats were often luxury yachts and speedboats fitted with powerful aircraft engines, machine guns, and armor plating.
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