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  1. 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).

  2. Jul 29, 2011 · The March 2009 sinking of the fishing vessel Lady Mary off Cape May, N.J., with the loss of six crewmembers inspired a 20-page Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper account of the tragedy and, with the loss of five other fishermen off New Jersey in 2009, raised an alarm that helped push far-reaching fishing vessel safety measures through Congress.

  3. Sep 16, 2013 · CAPE MAY - The sinking of the scallop boat Lady Mary may remain mired in controversy four years later, but the death of six Cape May County fishermen who were aboard March 24, 2009, is leading to...

  4. Mar 25, 2009 · The Lady Mary, a 71-foot scallop boat based at Cape May in southern New Jersey and owned by a North Carolina man, sank around 5 a.m. with seven people aboard about 75 miles off the coast. Coast...

  5. Mar 24, 2009 · One crew member died and a second was critically ill after the Lady Mary, a 71-foot scallop boat based at Cape May in southern New Jersey and owned by a North Carolina man, sank with seven people...

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