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<b>Photo by Sean Galbraith.</b><br /> <br /> Under circumstances which remain unclear, the ferry rammed into the original vessel housing <a href="http://www.thegridto.com/life/food-drink/i-spent-new-year%E2%80%99s-eve-alone-at-captain-john%E2%80%99s/">Captain John’s restaurant</a>, the <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS_Normac">Normac</a>, in June 1981. Two weeks after the incident, the patches on the Normac gave way and Captain John’s sank. The result was a legal spat that lasted the rest of decade, including a threat from Captain John Letnik to seize the Trillium. The courts ultimately found the Trillium responsible for the initial damage but not the sinking.
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Photo by Sean Galbraith.

Under circumstances which remain unclear, the ferry rammed into the original vessel housing Captain John’s restaurant, the Normac, in June 1981. Two weeks after the incident, the patches on the Normac gave way and Captain John’s sank. The result was a legal spat that lasted the rest of decade, including a threat from Captain John Letnik to seize the Trillium. The courts ultimately found the Trillium responsible for the initial damage but not the sinking.

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