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Re: Bounty Lawsuit Filed

Loading the Bounty up with Navy sailors is legal as long as they are NON-PAYING GUESTS.
If You stay within the Max number of people allowed. You do not Excede the gross tonnage of the vessel and that you have enough life-jackets on board plus 10%.
As you can see if any one of those sailors paid in one form or another then it is illegal
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One other small detail of a minor point. None of us Captains that work commercially here in the gulf or elsewhere, know that you Never Never stand out to sea into foul weax... that is shear insanity. Only the USCG have to go. The Bounty should have never gotten underway... That Captain was a legion only in his own mind. I have met a few others like that, but they at least had the common sense to stay in port during foul weax.
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