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This guy, setting a bad example for the rest of us.

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Get there quick, he doesn't want his boat back so maybe some of the parts are up for grabs?! (It's in Laguna Beach, CA)

I used to work at a restaurant just overlooking where this bozo ran aground, at 7am this morning my friend was sending me picture text messages of the C36. They had to drain the fuel and move it to a less crowded part of the beach with a tractor.
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Re: This guy, setting a bad example for the rest of us.

I wonder if the drunk guy was the owner.
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Re: This guy, setting a bad example for the rest of us.

Interesting. It's an older 36MKI but still worth a bit of money. I suspect there will be costs associated with the removal also.
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Re: This guy, setting a bad example for the rest of us.

Drunk ninny + sailboat = B A D
He does indeed set a strikingly bad example.
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Re: This guy, setting a bad example for the rest of us.

His first crime was naming the boat Why Knot.
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