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· Barquito
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One problem I see with the 'cork on the sea' theory, is that without the righting moment of the keel you will be thrown all over the place, possibly being capsized, rolled, etc. At some point the boat will start breaking up. At this point, you will not sink with positive buoyancy, but if you are exposed to the elements you will be suffering, or dead before rescue.
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