Aug 30, 2013 · The Wreck of the Lady Mary Star-Ledger documentary "The Wreck of the Lady Mary" -- The Lady Mary left the Port of Cape May on the morning of March 18, 2009 on a routine scallop fishing trip. The...
Aug 31, 2009 · Lady Mary, a 71-foot scallop dredge, sank under mysterious circumstances early March 24 in the Elephant Trunk, a productive shellfish area 65 miles off the vessel’s home port of Cape May, N.J. Six of its seven crewmembers were lost. (The only survivor had been sleeping below and didn’t see what happened).
Dec 15, 2010 · The Wreck of the Lady Mary Wednesday, December 15, 2010 The Star-Ledger spent months investigating the sinking of a Cape May-based scallop boat that left six dead and spared just one crew member. This five-chapter series was printed in a 20-page special Sunday Star-Ledger section.
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Jul 29, 2011 · The Lady Mary had been altered since its construction in 1969 from a shrimp boat to a scallop dredge with the addition of a scallop-shucking house, a bunkroom and galley, and on top of that a wheelhouse and winch deck — all built of plywood. To compensate for the greater weight topside, a fuel tank under the hold was filled with concrete.
Nov 21, 2010 · The Wreck of the Lady Mary The Star-Ledgerspent months investigating the sinking of a Cape May-based scallop boat that left six dead and spared just one crew member. This five-chapter series was...
May 06, 2009 · The Lady Mary (left), a 71-foot scallop boat seen here moored in Cape May Harbor, sank at about 5 a.m. on Tuesday, March 24, 2009 with seven people aboard about 75 miles off the coast. Only one crew member was conscious and alert when he was plucked with two others from the water by a helicopter.