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Old 04-23-2012
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A very public grounding

on the other forum I attend this amazing series of images appeared

Bet he couldn't do that again! on Twitpic

Hamble spit this morning at 0800. on Twitpic


This is how to park a yacht and defy gravity on Hamble spit! on Twitpic

It was on a spit just outside the Hamble - britains poshest and busiest yachting centre

one very lucky dude

it just goes to show why I should never own a boat with one keel

at least with a bilge keeler you can put the keelte on, grab the bins and start taking a huge interest in the birds - or start scrubbing so that people will think you did it deliberatly

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Re: A very public grounding

Hard to believe this was an accidental grounding given how perfectly he hit the ridge....
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Nicely balanced rig.
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Re: A very public grounding

yeah, since the keel is designed to hold the boat, and it's a wing (stable enough to hold it port to starboard), am betting there is very little weight on the rudder.

Boy that sure looks precarious up there though. I bet he's hoping for little winds!

Also betting that he hit that at high tide, and he's gonna have to have a higher than high tide to get off that bar!
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It's a good thing he deployed his fender properly!
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Re: A very public grounding

Don't sneeze!!!!!

Don't even think about sneezing.....

Don't let it cross your mind.....
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Re: A very public grounding

Amazing!

[IMG]Bet he couldn't do that again! on Twitpic[/IMG]

I gong to say it was staged or photoshop fixed I don't see how a boat can do it that way.
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Re: A very public grounding

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on the other forum I attend this amazing series of images appeared

Bet he couldn't do that again! on Twitpic

Hamble spit this morning at 0800. on Twitpic


This is how to park a yacht and defy gravity on Hamble spit! on Twitpic

It was on a spit just outside the Hamble - britains poshest and busiest yachting centre

one very lucky dude

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at least with a bilge keeler you can put the keelte on, grab the bins and start taking a huge interest in the birds - or start scrubbing so that people will think you did it deliberatly

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Better be very careful moving about the boat for the next 12 hours....
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and I'd furl that jib a bit tighter if it were me.
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A very public grounding

Impressive!

This one happened 2 housed down from me. However it wasn't user error just bad luck.

http://bristol-warren.patch.com/articles/wooden-sailboat-breaks-off-mooring-and-crashes-into-dock

http://bristol-warren.patch.com/articles/now-live-coverage-after-irene-2#
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