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Question about sinking of Hovnanian's "Lady Anna"

Discussion in 'General Yachting Discussion' started by Captain Jeff, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. Captain Jeff

    Captain Jeff New Member

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    I know that there were failed attempts made to raise the vessel but I was trying to find out the actual position of large sportfish boat. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  2. curtarmy

    curtarmy New Member

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    Very little detailed help ... but

    August 14, 1992 100 miles SE of Cape May, NJ in 48' to 695' of water.

    Google knows way more...........
  3. Captain Jeff

    Captain Jeff New Member

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    Thanks. confused: It seems like a tough one to find. :confused:
  4. CTdave

    CTdave Senior Member

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    It's probably not there any more. You know big sport fish yachts can travel for miles under water getting their transoms ripped off:rolleyes:

    I'm actually friends with the nephiew. I'll see if he can get the info.
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  6. rudolph

    rudolph New Member

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    DONJON MARINE of hillside n j attempted to raise her for the ins co.

    Contact them they may be able to help you.