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Lost engagement ring found at Pemaquid Beach in Bristol, Maine

  • from Rockport (Maine, United States)

Fellow Ringfinder Dennis Boothby directed Ian and Hannah to me, after she lost her diamond & ruby engagement ring in 3ft of water at Pemaquid Beach in Bristol yesterday afternoon. I headed down after work to search and was successful in recovering the ring. Ian’s aunt had given him this ring to keep for Hannah for when they got engaged. With the big day June 29th approaching rapidly, I was glad to recover it for them. A portion of their generous reward will be directed to the Knox County Fish & Game Association scholarship fund.

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.

Two lost gold rings found on Maine beach

  • from Rockport (Maine, United States)

I received a call from a man named Matt whose wife had lost two rings including her wedding ring on the beach at Reid State Park in Maine. The couple was on a multi stop camping vacation and were continueing on, planning to email directions to the area where the rings were lost after they arrived at the next site.  Unfortunately cell service was nil at there new location and by using the camp grounds land line I received voice mail directions. A+++ to Matt for his treasure mapping because X pretty much marked the spot. Utilizing his landmarks and height of tide references, about 10 minutes of sweeping and the rings were recovered about 7 inches deep. I caught up to them at their next stop not far from my house to return the rings; talk  about some happy campers. To stay on the camping theme a portion of their generous reward will be donated to Hurricane Island Outward Bound to be used towards scholarships for their world class outdoor programs.