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Re: Wow... Bernard Stamm's Open 60 "breaks in half" in the Western Approaches...

Incredible! So the hull did NOT sink and is in fact now recovered?
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Re: Wow... Bernard Stamm's Open 60 "breaks in half" in the Western Approaches...

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Interesting vid...

Apparently, the keel is still in place, amazing...


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Not apparently, for sure.

Stamm dived under the boat (with the boat already on the port) and the keel and the bulb was there.


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Re: Wow... Bernard Stamm's Open 60 "breaks in half" in the Western Approaches...

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Incredible! So the hull did NOT sink and is in fact now recovered?
This is what I think is the mark of excellence the boat did not sink. This is a boats first job. A boat should always float. We are so smart and have such a wide array of material no boat should go to the bottom. The boat should be the life raft.
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