From Gloucester To Long Point Cove Chamberlain Maine
My name is Dale Cooke and in the summers I reside in Chamberlain, Maine. Today has been a rough seas day, as was last night. While walking around Long Cove Point Road (where my cottage is), I spotted a very large buoy with Egelyse and 000777 on the side and VII on the top. I Googled Egelyse and came up with your name and website (which I have subscribed to). My husband, Matt, climbed down into the gut of Long Cove Point and brought back the buoy. We now have it at our cottage. I don’t know if the Capt. wants it back…it’s in fine shape, the rope is the only thing that gave out. I will be here until the end of Oct. so if he does want it back he is more than welcome to come and get it. I would bring it down on my way back to Alabama, but it is just too big with all the stuff I have to carry home. If not, we will keep it here at the cottage, and next season if he wants it and is in the area he is more than welcome to it. Otherwise, I will clean it up and keep it in the garden.
Here are those same type buoys aboard the Degelyse from years past.
You can see how far it’s traveled from this Google Map
Sorry about the misspelling regarding the lobster boat and buoy. Attached you will find the pic of Long Cove Point and 2 pics of the buoy.
This is where it was found-