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Re: Bridge one, sailboat zero

I read the post on the Catalina forum. I'm wondering how the people who were on-board got off of the boat before it fell. Does anybody know?
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Re: Bridge one, sailboat zero

Today I learned you can pick up an entire boat by the mast.
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Re: Bridge one, sailboat zero

weres that bridge i need to go there to haul out my boat. i could get a nice clean bottom and even paint it when its up there. thats the cheapest haul out ever.
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Re: Bridge one, sailboat zero

"I tried to sail under the bridge but the bridge tender left me hanging."
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