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Sunkin Sub off Cape May?
Last Post 25 Jan 2010 10:08 AM by MHOLEHAN. 16 Replies.
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10 Dec 2008 11:10 AM
    I have heard that there is a sunkin submarine off of Cape May? I have looked everywhere for the GPS coordinates but come up empty handed can anyone help me out? I have the basic reef book but I know there's more down there then what's listed.
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    10 Dec 2008 05:50 PM
    The USS JACOB JONES (DD-130) was sunk off the coast near Cape May. I did not know a submarine was sunk near there, though it is certainly possible.
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    26 Mar 2009 06:13 PM
    There also was a cement ship that was made that didn't make it very far by Cape May near the light house.


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    26 Mar 2009 10:09 PM
    We've got one of those concrete ships here down in Galveston, the SS Selma. They were made during WWI. The ship off Cape May is the SS Atlantus.
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    15 Apr 2009 01:48 AM
    How deep is it??? Im a certified Open Water diver and would LOVE to check that out someday.


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    15 Apr 2009 06:11 PM
    It can't be very deep. The people at the hotel we stayed at asked us if we saw it when were at the light house. We did not but didn't know to look for anything.


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    15 Apr 2009 07:52 PM
    How deep is what? The concrete ship is sticking up out of the water.
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    15 Apr 2009 08:07 PM
    http://www.sunsetbeachnj.com/concreteship.html

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    15 Apr 2009 08:15 PM
    cry mad   DANG!!!!  I did see it and I didn't get pictures of it.  Here is a picture of a bunker on the beach.  I think the sign said it use to be 900 feet from the water and now the tide comes all the way in.



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    15 Apr 2009 08:22 PM
    Bunker picture that shows a little size.  Built in 1942.


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    19 May 2009 02:06 PM


    thats the cement ship in my santa cruz stomping grounds I swam out to it with the seals and what not out there one of the scariest things I did all for a new pair of slip on vans haahaa


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    18 Jun 2009 08:58 PM
    Pardon my ignorance - what is a concrete ship? Seems like an oxymoron.
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    18 Jun 2009 09:32 PM
    A concrete ship is a ship made out of concrete.

    You can look it up in Wikipedia.<!-- Edit -->

    Last Edited : 8/22/2009 1:00:44 PM GMT

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    18 Jun 2009 10:51 PM
    Thanks - you learn something new everyday. I had never heard of a concrete ship.
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    22 Aug 2009 11:38 AM
    I'm sure there's a ship or two out at the cape may reef. I use to fish there a lot, though the fishing died a lot over the past few years. :(
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    24 Aug 2009 03:05 AM
    I saw the picture of this and it looks really pretty


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    25 Jan 2010 10:08 AM
    Just came to the site. The 'Sub' you are talking about is a WWII German Sub. The History chanel did a show on it and a book called Shadow divers talkes about it. Check it out, it has a lot of information in it.
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