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Re: Miss Liberty vs the landlubbing haters!

Originally Posted by bljones View Post
Neptune weeps:
Really still trying to figure out how all this:

Originally Posted by captmetatron View Post
they took EVERYTHING made of metal or containing it,all the wiring, batteries, solar panels, wind generators I invented, bilge pumps, inverters charge controllers, hatches, 8 Perko bronze(brass?) portholes, a 500 gallon stainless fuel tank from under the back deck that they ripped up to get, and probably last but most assuredly not least, the anchor (one assumes) and the 250 foot 3 inch iron anchor chain, and assorted goodies, my 90 inch wifi enabled plasma tv, 1000 watt stereo,guitars, amps, my computers and laptops, nav/sonar equipment, the entire binnacle, compass, wheel, stand all, stainless steel stove and restaurant hood and microwave, two refrigerators, a deep freezer, all of the lights and fixtutes and wiring, even (sorry, will continue in next post, ( the aluminum toilet paper roll holder.
BTW a 90" plasma has dimensions of approx 81" long X 18" deep X 49" tall.. Just how big is that companionway.....? Oh and they cost about 7k which is enough to do some nice cosmetic work to Miss Liberty. This may just may have prevented the county from deeming her a derelict vessel....

I've also never seen a "restaurant hood" that would even come close to fitting on that boat... Two refrigerators and a deep freezer, 1000W stereo and a 90" plasma? How did he power all this? Surely the little Honda on the back deck did all this...

I suspect he was talking about his storage unit that was pilfered but certainly not a boat of that size with the claimed gear on-board....

So even if he got the 90" TV on-board, perhaps the tarp is covering the access hole for the TV, 500 gallon tank and restaurant hood, where do you hang a 4' tall, 1.5' deep and 7' long TV on that boat? I also don't see any "solar panels" or "Wind generators" .....

A 500 gallon tank would be something like 8' long 2' tall and 4' wide and does not lend well to fitting "under the back deck" with a hull form like that......

I would like to hear more about how he "invented" wind generators. Invisible wind generators are surely to be a huge hit with the cruising community..

This is very amusing but just too far out there & far fetched. I'm suspecting we've been professionally trolled on this one...

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