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Video of a submerged object strike/boat sunk

Around the 30 second mark, you can just make out funny wave turbulence off the starboard bow.

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Re: Video of a submerged object strike/boat sunk

The boat sank? It looked far out to sea- no land in sight... Shipping container? Was the crew rescued?
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Re: Video of a submerged object strike/boat sunk

Whale?? Japanese Sunami wreckage??
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The boat sank? It looked far out to sea- no land in sight... Shipping container? Was the crew rescued?
Hmmm, you need to pay closer attention - this was already posted in the midst of our discussion of the loss of NINA the other day... (grin)

When the skipper is totally blind, what could possibly go wrong?

(Nothing that couldn't happen to any singlehander, or any other crew for that matter, of course)

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Re: Video of a submerged object strike/boat sunk

What? It was posted in Sailnet Gen Discussion 10 minutes ago... What am I Sherlock Holmes?
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What? It was posted in Sailnet Gen Discussion 10 minutes ago... What am I Sherlock Holmes?
Apparently not... (grin)

Post #47 of the NINA thread...
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Re: Video of a submerged object strike/boat sunk

someone could translate...
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Re: Video of a submerged object strike/boat sunk

you can see that there is something there the whole video, one spot where the waves keep breaking instead of the little breaks all over randomly. if I had noticed I like to think I might have given a litte space to the turbulant spot in the water.
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you can see that there is something there the whole video, one spot where the waves keep breaking instead of the little breaks all over randomly. if I had noticed I like to think I might have given a litte space to the turbulant spot in the water.
Before the collision you can see an object sticking out of the water. Kind of looked like the corner of a shipping container.
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Re: Video of a submerged object strike/boat sunk

So if the boat sunk, how did they get the footage from the backstay mounted camera?

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