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Geesh! <(used for the phrase 'Ah! sh!t) in the rules it says to avoid turning to port! Guess what he did

Well back to the Cracker Jack boxes to find another Captain's license.
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the rules of operation in fog or limited visibility is “never turn to port”, as I recall the rules of the road state “avoid collisions at all costs”
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Why are they always wrecking beautiful classic boats like that instead of the 1,000's of POS out there?????
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