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A Pacific Seacrfat 40 is hauled off the rocks

‪Ram Island Salvage‬‏ - YouTube


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Ouch. Does anyone know the vessel's name, skipper, hailport, etc?

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Jeez - that was painful.

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They saved it. It'll be fixed, and sail again. Maine Sail posted it on other forum. I would like to see the boats actually pulling it off. Straps around and under the keel so it lifts the bottom of the keel as it's pulled?

Lucky for the owner this is not the way his boat was "disposed" of

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Actually - she looks like a PS37. Still hurts as bad to look at the video. Tom
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Actually - she looks like a PS37. Still hurts as bad to look at the video. Tom
I was going to say that...notice the tiller?

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Actually - she looks like a PS37. Still hurts as bad to look at the video. Tom
You're right, she's a 37, 5 portholes ( versus 6 on the 40) and an offset companionway (the 34 has it centered).
Either way, that hurts. Notice, how the rudder was ok, until she got drug over the rocks.
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Ps 37

There is no doubt she's a 37--but with a hard dodger???
I'd like to know more about that dodger--
I'm also surprised she didnt break the rocks--remember this is the boat that went over the reef in Honolulu and sailed back to San Francisco.
What is the rest of the story with this boat? More details please.

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