Did they ever find the Andrea Gail boat?
Also know, was the Andrea Gail ever recovered?
On November 6, 1991, Andrea Gail's emergency position-indicating radio beacon (EPIRB) was discovered washed up on the shore of Sable Island in Nova Scotia.
Furthermore, what really happened to the Andrea Gail? Whatever happened to the Andrea Gail happened very quickly." "The Andrea Gail was always a wet vessel; she took a lot of water on deck. Once fully loaded with fuel, water and fish, she was very low to the water. "When she was modified," he continued, "the owner added weather siding on the port side.
Also asked, was the crew of the Andrea Gail ever found?
The items were found on the Southwest corner of Sable Island in Nova Scotia. Fishermen note that the island is about 180 miles East Northeast of the Andrea Gail's last known position.
Who were the real crew of the Andrea Gail?
The boat was carrying six crew members: Captain Bill Tyne, 37, David Sullivan, 29, and Bob Shatford, 30, all of Gloucester, as well as Dale Murphy and Michael Moran, both of Bradenton Beach, Florida, and Alfred Pierre, of New York City.