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According to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office, 13 men came ashore on Key Largo near mile marker 99 at a.m. A group of 19 Cuban migrants jumped off their boat and swam to the American Shoal lighthouse when a Coast Guard boat approached Friday morning.The group surrendered to authorities shortly after 5 pm on Friday and was transported to a Coast Guard cutter for processing, according to the Coast Guard.Last summer, we restored diplomatic relations and Secretary of State John Kerry traveled to Cuba to raise the American flag over our Embassy. This will continue to increase, as earlier this week, the United States and Cuban governments reached an agreement that will restore direct flights between our countries for the first time in over 50 years — a change that will allow up to 110 direct flights to Cuba from the United States each day.This enhanced diplomatic presence makes it much easier for the United States to advance our interests and values in Cuba, as we do in countries around the world. We’ve been able to engage Cubans from all walks of life. When Cuban migrants cross the Florida Straits and arrive on U. shores in homemade vessels, it's news for a day or two. The Mel Fisher Maritime Museum has created a permanent exhibit featuring the Mariana.They all say the county's not financially prepared for the imminent arrival of thousands of Cubans stranded in Costa Rica.
"We could have just placed the boat up onto the courtyard and have the hundreds of people that come by take a look at it, take her in and read the small little caption."Museums, when we do our job well, are really good storytellers," Kendrick said."This is the maritime history of the Florida Keys that people will look at 50 years from now and wonder about." Museum staff spent a year researching and assembling the information that accompanies the boat in the museum's courtyard, which is in one of the busiest areas of Key West."Between the engine and the oars, they made it from Cardenas, Cuba, which is 110 miles to Smathers Beach in Key West in a 24-hour trip." The museum has long had a plan to focus more on its connections with Cuba, Kendrick said.It is best known for treasure and artifacts from Nuestra Señora de Atocha, the Spanish treasure galleon that sank in 1622.