205' Ex-USCGC Tamaroa(WMEC-166)
A Navajo Class Fleet tugboat built for US Navy. (USS Zuni ATF-95) Commissioned October 9, 1943. Operated in the Pacific theatre from Alasaka to Hawaii to Iwo Jima.
Transferred to the USCG in 1946 and reclassified as a Medium Endurance Cutter.
Tamaroa was involved in saving 3 crew members from the sailing vessel Satori, 75 miles south of Nantucket and rescuing 4 crew members of a downed NY Air National Guard helicopter, during the "No Name" storm of Halloween 1991. (Perfect Storm)
Decommissioned by the USCG in 1994.
The project involves The States of Delaware and New Jersey, The Ann E. Clark Foundation and thesportfishingfund.org.
The plan is for the Tamaroa to be deployed on the Del-Jersey-Land reef
some time in August.
Relentless will be deployed on the Shark River Reef in July, 2016. Sponsored by The Hudson River Fishing Association and the Ann E. Clark Foundation.
This vessel is a memorial to Darren Cardinal.
Crew Boat Charlie will be sunk on the Axel Carlson reef in August 2016. The project is sponsored by The Manasquan River Marlin and Tuna Club (MRMTC) and The Ann E. Clark Foundation.(AEC) This is one of many projects these two organizations have worked cooperatively to sponsor, since 2002.