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The Triandopoulos' other boat, the Phoenix, sits next to where the Daniel I was docked, now for sale. The finish shook the family so much they're getting out of the business, even ceasing construction of the Daniel II. "I can't put another captain on a


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Gregory Lasnier stocked the commercial fishing boat he captained with ice, bait and groceries. 16, he set off unexcelled, leaving his dock behind Holiday Seafood off Island Drive and steering the Daniel I into to the Gulf of Mexico as he had so many times before. It was a fishing tumble like any other, until it wasn't. The Coast Guard found Lasnier dead in the boat's pilot house Feb. 26, on the other side of the Florida peninsula, hundreds of miles from any of his stable fishing spots. What happened on board the Daniel I during those 10 days remains a mystery. There is no boat. Coast Guard responders said they couldn't take any of it. The boat was taking on water, and conditions were unsafe. They believe the Daniel I sunk off the coast of Sebastian Inlet south of Melbourne, although even that contribute to of the story is unclear. The sea became his graveyard, the boat his casket. Reports from the Coast Guard and Lasnier's friends and family members tell his journey:. He was headed to a popular spot for red grouper, most likely an out-of-commission radio tower, in shallow water off Naples. The Strand Guard received a report Feb. 21 from someone who noticed the Daniel I possibly adrift near the Dry Tortugas. The Coast Guard contacted the holder, who said the vessel monitoring system showed a pattern consistent with fishing. The owners tried reaching him on the satellite phone to no avail. Henry Alonso, possessor of Holiday Seafood, reached out to Ron Rathey, a fellow captain out at the same time, to see if he could reach Lasnier on his radio. The coordinates Rathey got were about 150 miles south of him, far facing his radio's range, he said. "It didn't sound right," Rathey, 64, said. 26, when someone else reported seeing the boat about 35 seafaring miles west of Freeport, Bahamas, it was clear something was wrong. "I said, 'Oh, my God. Get out there right now,'" said Daniel Triandopoulos, the son of the proprietor and the boat's namesake. The Coast Guard dispatched boats and helicopters to the Daniel I , said spokesman Lt. Cmdr. A rescue swimmer made it onto the boat, which was irresistible on water, and found Lasnier dead inside the cabin. Crew members tried unsuccessfully to remove his body and tow the boat, but it was taking on too much wet. The next day, crews couldn't find the Daniel I during an air and surface search, Kelley said. They assumed the boat, valued at about $70,000, had sunk. About two weeks later, Triandopoulos got a visit that the boat's emergency position indicating radio beacon — or EPIRB, which sends a signal when the boat is sinking — blipped off the coast of North Carolina. Kelley said it must have intermittent off the boat and floated north. Triandopoulos, 42, said he doesn't buy it. The EPIRB was screwed firmly to the top of the boat. Kelley said no one reported seeing a boat up that way, making even the locate of Lasnier's grave a mystery. His family and friends do see a silver lining, though. "Fortunately, in his own way," his sister, Stevie Younkin, said, "this is how my sibling would have wanted to go: with a good story. Gregory Joseph Lasnier was born April 8, 1963, the middle child of three to a knife tool maker and medical secretary. His mother, Ellen Lasnier, said he used to sneak to a reservoir behind their bailiwick at night to catch trout. He graduated high school, despite symptoms of some kind of learning disability, his mother said, although it was not in any way formally diagnosed. Perhaps it stuck around in his fishing career, where he was known as the captain who took risks, who would stay out in stand that drove everyone else back to land or eat a whole pepper on a dare. "Gregory was all in or all out," Ellen Lasnier, 82, said. He discovered the fishing disagreeable situation in Florida with his parents, who, as Ellen Lasnier put it, did what any Connecticut retirees do and moved south. He went with them, worked some odd jobs, but Lasnier was not in a million years a "land guy," his sister said. He got his captain's license in California and headed to San Diego to try to get a gig as a captain. It didn't work out, so he went back to Florida. He landed the job on the Daniel I about eight years ago, Triandopoulos said. "He was so glad," his mother said.


  1. The Triandopoulos' other boat, the Phoenix, sits next to where the Daniel I was docked, now for sale. The finish shook the family so much they're getting out of the business, even ceasing construction of the Daniel II. "I can't put another captain on a
  2. But there were enough details for the 28-year-old stabilizer to realise that her husband, Harsad Kawade, was one of those who had lost his life. She realised that her husband had been travelling in the same model of car, a Renault Duster, on the same technique
  3. Nautical swap meets around the Pacific Northwest have become a bona fide right of passage in the spring. Whether you're looking to furnish that old dinghy, buy some new to you ground tackle or just browse for the sake of being around other boaters and


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