Tom Andresen’s sunken 40-foot trawler called El Jefe was found Wednesday in the Sandy Hook Channel after state police used sonar to locate it.
New Jersey State Police said they’ve located the 40-foot fishing boat that sank in the Sandy Hook Channel Tuesday.
Dylan Gowan was reported missing around 9:40 p.m. and an extensive search followed overnight.
The Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office said the man was with a group of swimmers when he started having trouble in the water around 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
The Coast Guard will suspend its search at sunset for two teenage fishermen who’ve been missing for a week, officials said Friday.
The Coast Guard scoured the waters off Florida on Monday, searching for any sign of two 14-year-old fishermen who disappeared three days earlier as they headed toward the Bahamas.
The 22-year-old woman was swept away in the current.
Coast Guard crews and a good Samaritan rescued five people after two boats collided in the waters off Long Island.
No one was injured when a commercial fishing boat ran aground off Point Pleasant Beach.
Coast Guard Petty Officer Morgan Gallapis said the search began Saturday afternoon after a crew member reported the tugboat was sinking.
The U.S. Coast Guard said that Konrad had gone fishing alone Wednesday after being dropped off at a Boca Raton dock. Friends became concerned after he didn’t meet them for dinner.
Video from the scene showed only the hull of the small vessel visible above the water.
Two children and three adults escaped injury when their boat started taking on water in the Sandy Hook Bay.
The group was rescued by the NYPD, FDNY and Coast Guard, who brought them back to the Battery Park Marina, where the boat originated.
The Coast Guard said it received a report from another aircraft in the area of a small, white plane in the water about eight miles off Mattituck Inlet.