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Tumi Joy 2 15 July 2004

On the 14th July, 2004, the Pleasure Craft "Tumi Joy 2" sank a couple of miles off the coast of Port St Mary (approximate position 54 01.69' North, 004 44.06' West).

All three passengers on board the vessel were resuced by the Port St Mary lifeboat.

All unauthorised vessels are required to keep at least 500 metres from this position.

The wreck sank in approximately 30m of water and the position is unmarked.

Under Section 3(2)(d) of the Merchant Shipping Act 1985 and the Wreck and Salvage Act 1979, access to, and interference with, the wreck is prohibited.

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