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Old 02-24-2013
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Re: HMS Bounty in trouble...

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Originally Posted by PCP View Post
Jesus, again

The Captain called the crew, said to them what he want to do, give them half an hour to decide and after that they sailed away. How many Tall ship Captains do you think had notice of that before he sailed away?

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Paulo
Paulo, it's been stated already here - without any disagreement - that "Bounty" was classed as a private yacht:

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Originally Posted by Capt.Mhack View Post
No it was not inspected and registered as a private yacht.
They even subverted the tonnage rules to get (less) 250GT certification to avoid some of the rules.
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They subverted the system to register as a private yacht.
Can you please stop comparing the decisions of the late captain of the "Bounty" with the captains of "real" (ie. qualified & certified) Tall Ships??.. It simply is not fair to do so.

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Last edited by Classic30; 02-24-2013 at 05:53 PM.
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