The Reedville as it sank about 12:15 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 13 on Reef Site No. 11 (the Redbird Reef) /DNREC photo

Since you put up with my lazy story this morning, I give you Reefing The Reedville. You can slowly watch a Ex Army Navy WW2 freighter and supply ship sink in the Chesapeake bay. There, Hows that? And if you want to read more about it all, you can CLICK HERE and read up on the Reedville and Reefing project.

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10 Responses to “Reedville Sinks To Help Fish In The Bay.”
  1. Mark in da U P

    I can’t top either of those comments. It was a ship like that one, which inspired the movie Mr. Roberts. I know it is for the good. but it is hard to watch any boat or ship sink.

  2. Wudzgud

    Did you get the coordinates of where they sunk that. You don’t want to hit that with Sweet
    Pea!!

  3. Wayne Corey

    The final chapter of the Reedville was was very interesting, especially for those of us located in Woodyboaterville/Reedville.

    Wayne

  4. Philip Andrew

    Hmmmm I couldn’t look away. It looks really cool when you watch it backwards.