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Shipwrecks near Barnegat inlet

by David J. Seibold

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Published by D.J. Seibold in [Barnegat Light, NJ] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Jersey,
  • Barnegat Inlet.
    • Subjects:
    • Shipwrecks -- New Jersey -- Barnegat Inlet.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby David J. Seibold and Charles J. Adams III.
      ContributionsAdams, Charles J. 1947-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsG525 .S465 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 70 p., [8] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages70
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2594193M
      ISBN 100961000805
      LC Control Number85148040

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        The eight divers on the Dina Dee II this day signed up for the trip with Atlantic Divers, a Cape May dive shop that has specialized in shipwreck diving since The group has been mostly quiet on the outbound cruise, watching the sun rise on this cloudless morning. After a typically rough passage through Barnegat Inlet, it’s been smooth sailing on the open Atlantic waters.   An onboard investigation last Friday found no fuel leaking from the wreckage of the foot Bay of Isles outside Barnegat Inlet, said Coast Guard officers who had been concerned about possible pollution after the boat ran aground May 6. “Responders found that there was no fuel on board,” said Coast Guard Lt. Junior Grade Hunter Stowes of Sector Delaware Bay-Enforcement.

        BARNEGAT LIGHT REEF (GPS 39' / 74') Located a mere miles out from Barnegat Inlet, the Barnegat Light Reef exists as a fantastic low-profile artificial reef site containing square miles of army tanks, reef ball units, assorted barges and smaller wrecks.   Notice To Mariners: Hazards exist in the Barnegat Inlet Area, Navigate With Extreme Caution! – Large wood debris is scattered across the area due to the shipwreck of the Bay Of Isles. It wrecked on the south side of the Barnegat Inlet Jetty. Debris was reported along the beaches of LBI, the inshore waters as Continue reading "F/V Bay Of Isles Shipwreck on LBI".


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Shipwrecks Near Barnegat Inlet book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(11). Shipwrecks Near Barnegat Inlet: Long Beach Island, New Jersey 2nd Edition by David J.

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First published: 01 Dec, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Seibold, David J. Shipwrecks near Barnegat inlet. [Barnegat Light, NJ]: D.J. Seibold, © (OCoLC) Shipwrecks near Barnegat inlet by David J.

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SeiboldPages: Shipwrecks Near Barnegat Inlet. Shipwrecks Near Barnegat Inlet book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Long Beach Island David J Shipwreck Sea Ocean. Press Release Date: Octo Contact: PA1 Kimberly Smith FISHING VESSEL SUNK NEAR MOUTH OF BARNEGAT INLET.

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - the Coast Guard Marine Safety Office (MSO) in Philadelphia, Pa., is overseeing cleanup and salvage operations for a fishing vessel that sunk a mile and a half south of Barnegat Inlet.

SHIPWRECKS NEAR BARNEGAT INLET, LONG BEACH ISLAND, NEW JERSEY. Exeter House Books. 2nd. 92p. Soft wraps. An account of numerous wrecks and rescues in this notoriously dangerous stretch of Atlantic coastline.

From the ’s up until the ’s, the author describes many of the more interesting of famous incidents. Scarce title. miles and are strategically placed along New Jersey’s mile coastline near navigable inlets. Contained within these reefs are more than 4, “patch reefs”, which are premier underwater real estate for more than species of fish and marine life.

New Jersey’s Reef Network is. You will also find near shore fishing spots for Striper, Bluefish, Weakfish, Scup, Tog and Flounder including the Cape May Rips for the best fishing opportunities here in New Jersey.

New Jersey Wreck Fishing Spots and structure Fishing. Our Offshore Fishing spots target wreck fishing spots and shipwrecks heavily but we include many other. CONDITIONS: Barnegat lnlet is located in central New Jersey.

Diving, however, is not permitted from the south side of the inlet. To dive the north side of the inlet you must enter from the beach at Island Beach State Park.

Access to the area requires a beach permit and a four wheel drive vehicle. Type: shipwreck, clipper, USA Specs: tons, ~ passengers & crew Sunk: Novem ; ran aground during storm - few survivors.

Accounts vary, but most of this ship's immigrant passengers and crew died in the storm during the night and the next. Shipwrecks Near Barnegat Inlet [Seibold, David and Adams, Charles J III] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Shipwrecks Near Barnegat InletAuthor: Charles J III Seibold, David and Adams. The Barnegat Light Reef is an incredible piscatorial playground with an area spanning square miles and dimensions of 1¾ miles north to south and ¾ mile east to west. It contains tons of tanks, bunches of reef balls, concrete castings and some worthy wrecks, including a foot crew barge, the foot sailboat Antares, and a foot tuna.

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Shipwrecks Near Barnegat Inlet: Adams, Charles J., Seibold, David J.: Books - (3). Morris, Paul C. Shipwrecks in New York Waters: A Chronology of Ship Disasters from Montauk Point to Barnegat Inlet. Orleans, MA: Parnassus Imprints, – Q MOR; LI REF MOR Perry, John. Unfinished Voyages: A Chronology of Shipwrecks in the Northeastern United States.

Orleans, MA: Lower Cape Publishing,   The Barnegat Inlet North Jetty was constructed between and and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers suspects workers then built on top of. The information contained in this data base was collected from a vast number of sources including newspaper archives, ship’s logs, diaries, USLSS annual reports, shipwreck books, periodicals and many web sites on the internet.

Where there was conflicting information, the most frequent or most logical choice was used. The steamer was lost in the vicinity of "Squan Beach," a term used at the time for the coast of New Jersey near Manasquan and sometimes for the 7-mile (11 km) stretch of coast between Manasquan Inlet and Cranberry Inlet or for the entire coast of New Jersey between Sea Girt and Barnegat Inlet.A lot of guys I know head south to the other reefs because they think there are bigger flounder there.

Maybe there are, but why spend the extra time and gas getting down and back when the Barnegat Light Reef is right outside the inlet?” Indeed, it is a short nautical mile run from Barnegat Inlet at a compass bearing of degrees.The Barnegat Inlet Jetty is a great spot to fish all season long but especially right now!

The fluke are present and transiting the inlet on their way out to their late summer early fall hiding spots. Tog, sheepshead and triggerfish are hiding. One customer reported catching five tog, three were keeper size.