Port Everglades officials said Austin and Perry's boat will be unloaded Monday and Florida Wildlife officers will then examine it.
Two months after the boat of two missing teens from Tequesta was found off Bermuda, a ship brought it back to Florida.
The boat belonging to two missing teenage fishermen is back in Florida, 10 months after the boys departed on their tragic voyage.
Two months after Austin and Perry's boat was found off the coast of Bermuda, their vessel is back in Florida.
PORT EVERGLADES, Fla. (AP/WPTV) -- The boat belonging to two missing teenage fishermen is back in Florida, 10 months after the boys departed on their tragic voyage.
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A Norwegian cargo ship containing the boat that carried Perry Cohen and Austin Stephanos arrived at Port Everglades near Fort Lauderdale on Sunday and will be unloaded Monday evening.
The overturned 19-foot boat was spotted and recovered by a Norwegian ship in March off Bermuda, where it had been carried by currents.
The 14-year-old friends disappeared last July when their boat capsized during a storm off the coast of Jupiter, Florida.
Along with the boat, fishing gear that was found onboard will also be returned. Austin's cellphone was also recovered. It was sent ahead in hopes of recovering data, but those efforts failed.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission said they will examine the boat but would not elaborate.
The Cohen family said they are pushing the FWC for a full and forensic examination of the boat.
Now: Ship carrying #austinandperry docked @PortEverglades Will be unloaded tonight @WPTV @Fox29WFLX pic.twitter.com/qKmpjH1HRA— Andrew Ruiz (@AndrewNRuiz) May 16, 2016
Now: Ship carrying #austinandperry docked @PortEverglades Will be unloaded tonight @WPTV @Fox29WFLX pic.twitter.com/qKmpjH1HRA