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|04-26-2011 11:38 AM|
|dscsr23455||I crossed the bridge, up and back, on Saturday (in a car) and did not see this. I would guess she must have come off when the tide went up.|
|04-26-2011 11:24 AM|
|rockDAWG||Please don't blame the skipper, it looks like a rare case of tsunami hitting the bay once every 150 years. .|
|04-26-2011 11:16 AM|
Sheesh.. he is about 5-6 feet above the waterline? How do you sail on hard ground?
Crazy tides I suppose - we don't have them in Lake Lanier.
|04-26-2011 10:39 AM|
|norsearayder||the boat looks aground fairly low in the tide....he should be on the boat and plugging the split around the keel[assuming] with fiberglass putty[the type that cures underwater ] thats only if he[the captain] is able enough to make repair and pump out...the sails up.... sail her off....|
|04-26-2011 09:41 AM|
Originally Posted by chrisncate View Post
|04-24-2011 09:29 AM|
Originally Posted by TQA View Post
|04-24-2011 09:26 AM|
From the text attached to the pic it seems that they were picked up from the water which suggests that they went overboard when they hit.
Might explain why the main is still up?
|04-23-2011 08:34 PM|
|SailKing1||I tried to find out some info about why, but know seems to know anything. There was not any fog. wInds were ENE 15 to 20.|
|04-23-2011 08:27 PM|
|chrisncate||He should motor off of those rocks...|
|04-23-2011 07:15 PM|
|MARC2012||Could not tell site so slow think it got off before I got a pic.marc|
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