Tag Archives: F/V Nemesis

Don Cuddy – Local Salvage Company has Unique Edge on Marine Work

Two fishing boats going down at Homer’s Wharf in New Bedford harbor in the wee hours of February 5 made headline news, particularly since both were owned by Carols Rafael  Once the media focus turned to the next breaking story the incident was largely forgotten  But the wrecks remained. Fortunately expert help was no further away than Fish Island, home to the Tucker-Roy Marine Towing & Salvage Inc.  This family owned  and operated outfit has acquired considerable expertise from it decades dealing with maritime casualties. >click to read< 19:58

F/V Nemesis Pulled from the bottom of New Bedford Harbor

Crews managed to lift the fishing vessel Nemesis out of about 20 feet of water on Friday. The Dinah Jane remained submerged but will be pulled from the water soon. It has yet to be determined when exactly. The two Carlos Rafael scallopers sank around 1:30 a.m. Monday at Homer’s Wharf. On Friday, crews blew air into sunken vessel and used a crane to stabilize it. After examination, the Nemesis will likely  remain docked off Homer’s Wharf, according to the Harbor Development Commission. >Photo’s, click to read<18:09

Carlos Rafael’s boats to be raised on Thursday

Carlos Rafael’s two fishing vessels, Dinah Jane and Nemesis, which sank at the dock earlier this week, will be raised Thursday morning, according to the Mattapoisett company doing the work. Tucker Roy Marine Towing and Salvage plans to start the job bright and early,,, Roy said the boats are entangled under the water,,, >click to read< 00:43

UPDATED: Two Carlos Rafael Vessels Sink Overnight in New Bedford Harbor – will remain submerged until at least Tuesday

Two Carlos Rafael vessels sank early Monday morning by Leonard’s Warf, according to Ed Anthes Washburn, the executive director of the Harbor Development Commission, Washburn said the fishing vessels the Dinah Jane and the Nemesis sunk at around 1:30 am with no one on board.  The vessels were tied to each other. Crews from the Coast Guard and the HDC are on site now investigating the incident. The Massachusetts Environmental Police seized 120 pounds of scallops off the Dinah Jane last week. Story will be updated. >Link< 11:24

Two vessels will remain submerged until at least Tuesday – >click to read the updated story< 14:05

Coast Guard responds to sinking fishing boat east of Manasquan Inlet, NJ

USCG The Coast Guard is responding to a fishing boat that is taking on water Sunday 20 miles east of Manasquan Inlet, New Jersey. Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay watchstanders received a report from a good Samaritan aboard the fishing boat F/V Nemesis at 12:20 p.m. that the fishing boat F/V Navigator was taking on water. Read the rest here 18:35