The Andrea Gail

The Andrea Gail

The Andrea Gail was the Gloucester, Mass., fishing vessel featured in The Perfect Storm (1991). After a storm of unprecedented magnitude, the gallant crew met its end.
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Gloucestermen

Gloucestermen

George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg star in The Perfect Storm (2000), a movie detailing the storm that killed a boat full of fishermen from Gloucester, Mass., in 1991.
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The Perfect Storm Picture

The Perfect Storm Picture

As weather systems go, it was perfect - a storm of almost impossible magnitude that doomed a fishing vessel off the North Atlantic in 1991. The movie stars George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg.
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Captain Billy Tyne Picture

Captain Billy Tyne Picture

Captain Billy Tyne (George Clooney) at the helm of the Andrea Gail, the unknowingly doomed commercial fishing boat in "The Perfect Storm."
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Bobby Shatford Picture

Bobby Shatford Picture

Robert "Bobby" Shatford (Mark Wahlberg) was one of the six crew members killed in 1991 aboard the Andrea Gail, a Gloucester, Mass., fishing vessel.
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The Perfect Storm Photo

The Perfect Storm Photo

An image from The Perfect Storm. The poster shows what happens when boat meets nature.
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Mark Wahlberg in The Perfect Storm

Mark Wahlberg in The Perfect Storm

Mark Wahlberg stars in The Perfect Storm. Wahlberg starred with George Clooney in the true story that is The Perfect Storm.
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The Perfect Storm Quotes

Last night was worth it. There's nothin like sleepin' with you... just sleepin'... lyin next to you... all warm and sweet... Me wishin' the mornin' would never come...

Bobby Shatford

Linda Greenlaw: I knew Billy Tyne, but I did not know his crew very well, but any man who sailed with him, must have been the better for it. Robert Shatford, Dale Murphy, Micheal Moran, David Sullivan, Alfred Pierre... May you rest easy long-liners, in fair winds, and calm seas... For those of us left behind, the vast unmarked grave which is home for those lost at sea is no consolation. It can't be visited, there is no headstone on which to rest a bunch of flowers... The only place we can revisit them, is in our hearts, or in our dreams. They say swordboatmen suffer from a lack of dreams, that's what begets their courage... Well we'll dream for you: Billy, and Bobby, and Murph, Bugsy, Sully, and Alfred Pierre... Sleep well... Good Night...