Sailboat sinks in Stonington Harbor

Diver Rick Cressey, lower left, prepares to place a sling in place  around the sunken J35 sailboat while working with the crew from TowBoat U.S. and a barge and crane from Gwenmore Marine pull the boat out of Stonington Harbor Tuesday, June 14, 2011.
Diver Rick Cressey, lower left, prepares to place a sling in place around the sunken J35 sailboat while working with the crew from TowBoat U.S. and a barge and crane from Gwenmore Marine pull the boat out of Stonington Harbor Tuesday, June 14, 2011. Dana Jensen/The Day Buy Photo

The crew from TowBoat U.S. with a barge and crane from Gwenmore Marine prepare Tuesday to pull a J35 sailboat that sank in Stonington Harbor out of the water. The crew said the sailboat, being transported from Cape Cod to Stamford, was struck by a fishing boat dragger off Watch Hill, R.I.

The crew from TowBoat U.S. with a barge and crane from Gwenmore Marine prepare Tuesday, June 14, 2011, to pull a J35 sailboat that sank in Stonington Harbor out of the water. The crew said the sailboat, being transported from Cape Cod to Stamford, was struck by a fishing boat dragger off Watch Hill, R.I.
The crew from TowBoat U.S. with a barge and crane from Gwenmore Marine prepare Tuesday, June 14, 2011, to pull a J35 sailboat that sank in Stonington Harbor out of the water. The crew said the sailboat, being transported from Cape Cod to Stamford, was struck by a fishing boat dragger off Watch Hill, R.I. Dana Jensen/The Day Buy Photo
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