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post #199 of Old 01-22-2010
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Here's a very sad Hunter in our marina. We had a 50 knot storm come through on Christamas day - and our slips had been pushed so far out into the lake due to the drought that we had no breakwater. My boat is 4 slips down so we had the same waves. But I had been out before the holidays tightening lines, adding spring lines, bumpers, etc. So we got off easy.

Anyway, this thing is now 6" lower in the water (with the same amount inside the now open cabin (the hatch was blown out). And look at the dockrash on the nose from the concrete...ouch. And yes, that's lichen on the vang sheets. And a parted forestay, and....

Sad.







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