Paulo, while I enjoyed your video posts, and there appears to be little or no damage to the keels or the hull keel joint, it requires a experience eye to determine how bad the damage. Just ask the crew of the Cynthia Woods.
This one I saw by myself. This guy run on rocks doing over 6K. Brand new boat
The lead keel was bent but not the slightest damage on the outside joint or the interior frame work that distributes the loads or on the attachment points.