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Could you please tell me wtf happened. I just don't get the dammage. did you hit something? Looks like she came apart and still don't get the keel damage. No disrespect, at all, just want to know why a boat would have keel damage and hull fracture on a bad jibe. Did I miss something. I checked SA but sorry did not want to wade through to find out. Glad you and crew are okay. Please tell me more, please.
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And as far as the SA guys are concerned, don't let a few rude people stop you from sharing your experiences in your generous effort to help other sailors.

You are, again, doing the right thing, and I am proud to be your friend, and fellow member of this community.

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P.S. I need to get Kyrie's bottom painted.. Do you think I can get on some kind of group discount at CSR with you?

Ask for Frank... and tell him "Hello Gorgeous"... Yeah the SA thing in about 24 hours will be all hypothetical. It was what it was and had the boat been not been addressed to in regards to how the crew did - would of been a salvage deal... One can always argue the merits of never bein/ getting in the situation - very few will argue about the merits of actually getting through it - which we did exceptionally well...all things considered.

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Sorry man should have checked back farther. Got it and thank you for sharing.
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Jody—

Is that a crack in the hull in this photo??? Or is it just where the bottom paint got damaged??


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Is that a crack in the hull in this photo??? Or is it just where the bottom paint got damaged??

That is just an anonmally. Reflection from the surrounding. It was not cracked

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Could you please tell me wtf happened. I just don't get the dammage. did you hit something? Looks like she came apart and still don't get the keel damage. No disrespect, at all, just want to know why a boat would have keel damage and hull fracture on a bad jibe. Did I miss something. I checked SA but sorry did not want to wade through to find out. Glad you and crew are okay. Please tell me more, please.
It might help if you slow down and read the thread. It was well explained.
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Jody, I saw that "holier than thou" post by MT. As if he's never f'd up.... Don't sweat it. Ya made some mistakes but handled the resultant emergency just fine. I will agree that this is an example of what can happen if you reef too much, as espoused by some on this forum.
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Good.... over all, then, I think you got off quite light... make sure that they check the hull-keel join supports... don't want you and your boat pulling a Cynthia Woods on us.

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I feel for you Jody. On the bright side, you've joined a new club, as there are two types of boaters, those that have gone aground and those that haven't gone aground yet.

It looks like the damage is the the fiberglass fairing?

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In which thread are they harshing Jody on SA?
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