The mystery surrounding the Cook Strait's worst maritime disaster could be revealed through deep-sea exploration, a century after the wreck sank.

By STACEY WOOD and GREER McDONALD - The Dominion Post | Thursday, 12 February 2009

Seventy-two people drowned when the interisland ferry Penguin sank on February 12, 1909, off Wellington's south coast a hundred years ago today.

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