The MV Twin Capes was sunk 130 feet below the Atlantic Ocean in the Del-Jersey-Land reef, 26 nautical miles off the coast. The 320 foot decommissioned vessel will provide fish habitat and attract anglers and divers. (Video by Andre Malok | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com)

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7 thoughts on “Drone captures dramatic sinking of the Cape May-Lewes ferry

  1. "New purpose" is only an excuse not to scrape the boat onshore as it would e too expensive…
    Now ton of paint will dissolve into the sea …
    Anglers will thank you when they won't be able to cook the fish they caught.

  2. You're not allowed to buy plastic cutlery, dishes and straws because plastic pollute the oceans…
    But the paint of this sunken boat will break loose and add many small particles of plastic, which get eaten by the fishes… Like the 70% of plastic trash coming from construction sites, but you folk are the boogieman…

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