The persons responsible for Miss Liberty's current condition are unknown at this time, they stripped her while she was at anchor near Anclote Key on the shoreward side by virtue of 250 yards of 3 inch chain with a 75lb. Danforth iron anchor. She was self-sufficient,reliable bilge pumps, batteries, solar and wind generators, proper decking and hatch covers,she'd remained COMFORTABLY afloat through tropical storms cum hurricanes and a tornado for over five years in the Mandalay channel, less than thirteen miles away. The Pasco County Sheriff posted her on the derelict albandoned at-risk vessel database and it was like he'd put a flag out that said 'hit me' 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.
So someone stole 750 ft. of 3 " chain. Come on....really
90 feet weighs 7650 lbs. according to the chart in the link. So they made off with 63,375 lbs. of chain if 250 yards
Even if it was 250 ft. That equals 21,250 lbs. How did they retrieve that? Did they beam it up from the spaceship hiding behind the sun? 10.5 tons of chain??????
STUD LINK ANCHOR CHAIN SPECS
You left a floating storage shed tied to the bottom with 21,250 lbs f chain and it moved? Its not a boat . How did it stay afloat when you " pulled" the chain aboard. Sounds like a lot of exaggeration here...care to send a picture?