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Lost engagement ring recovered from Clary Lake in Jefferson, Maine

  • from Rockport (Maine, United States)
  1. J

I headed to Clary Lake in Jefferson, Maine this morning to recover Carly’s engagement ring, it was lost in 14ft of water while swimming in a cove across the lake from her camp with friends and family on the 4th of July. After losing the ring the site was marked with a buoy giving a good reference point for use when starting my search. But, as with most of my searches, due to sediment being churned up there was zero visibility.

Diver metal detector search for lost wedding ring in East Boothbay, Maine

  • from Rockport (Maine, United States)

Continuing a family tradition of traveling from Houston, TX to spend the summer in East Boothbay, Maine dating back to 1910, Carr lost his platinum wedding band overboard while cleaning his boat, coincidentally named “Over the Edge” I was able to recover the ring despite the very silty seabed at Ocean Point Marina being littered with screws, nails and other bits of metal mixed amongst tons of broken clam shells. The recovery took about 2 hours of dive time, but happily ended in a good memory to be added to those that have kept his family coming back year after year. In addition to a generous reward, Carr treated my wife, daughter and I to a nice lunch. Inspired by the affect of a good meal to rejuvenate my chilled tired body, I will be donating a portion of my reward to Knox County Meals on Wheels.

Wedding ring lost in Rangeley Lake, Maine recovered.

  • from Rockport (Maine, United States)

I was contacted by Kim whom had lost her wedding band overboard while she and her husband were anchored with some other boats in a small cove on Rangeley Lake,  Maine.  They saved the GPS coordinates and we returned to the site upon my arrival. The silty bottom became churned up during my search and I found myself in near zero visibility, like diving in chocolate milk. I used about 2 tanks of air before finding the ring a recovering in about eight feet of water about ten feet from the location saved on GPS. Tough search with no way to get bearings in very low visibility. While enjoying a celebratory cold beverage back ashore, conversation turned to dogs so I will be donating a portion of the generous reward I received to P. A. W. S.  Animal shelter in Camden, Maine.