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Old 10-14-2019, 06:26 PM   #1
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Boat

This started our morning .

We checked it out & called the C/G . they had already received a call on it ………. so no life loss ><>
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Old 10-14-2019, 06:43 PM   #2
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Nice vrod on that!
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Old 10-14-2019, 07:12 PM   #3
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Old 10-14-2019, 08:12 PM   #4
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At least they lifted the motor up to save the propeller=Broke from mooring and drifted
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Bonnet ><

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that's the beginning of a really bad day..

A good run is better than a bad stand!
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Old 10-15-2019, 06:49 AM   #8
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that's the beginning of a really bad day..


Or a good day if that person was trying to get out of the boat and file an insurance claim 🤔
Lots of that goes on this time of year
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Or a good day if that person was trying to get out of the boat and file an insurance claim ��
Lots of that goes on this time of year
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or an even worse day if the fraud police find you were negligent and decline your claim.

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Or a good day if that person was trying to get out of the boat and file an insurance claim 🤔
Lots of that goes on this time of year
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Can you say Parker 23 ??
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I didn,t find a Rolex ><

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Bonnet ><
SE wind and that thing will be in tiny pieces in no time.

No boat, back in the suds.
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Hahahahahaha. Can we dig up that thread?
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That was a classic thread
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I went out last Thursday about 6:00 am for fuel.
Was blowing a steady 30-35 out of the NE.
Anyone that knows the Quincy area knows Wessagussett area knows that’s to get your boat out of there when a good NE is coming.
A handful of boats still on the moorings at the WYC and rocking like hell.
One was listing hard to port when I went out and each wave put the bow under. I knew it was a matter of time and it was going down.
Made a few calls
1/2 hr later when I was coming in it was turtled.
Was still upside down late Sunday when I was coming in with a charter.
It wasn’t the only boat that went down in the area.
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Paulie , they got real lucky or not ….. the S/E laid right down & it was gone when we headed home .

BTW .never met P-23 ……..also turned down a offer

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I went out last Thursday about 6:00 am for fuel.
Was blowing a steady 30-35 out of the NE.
Anyone that knows the Quincy area knows Wessagussett area knows that’s to get your boat out of there when a good NE is coming.
A handful of boats still on the moorings at the WYC and rocking like hell.
One was listing hard to port when I went out and each wave put the bow under. I knew it was a matter of time and it was going down.
Made a few calls
1/2 hr later when I was coming in it was turtled.
Was still upside down late Sunday when I was coming in with a charter.
It wasn’t the only boat that went down in the area.
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I saw at least four turtled in Marblehead... My brother told me today that eight were lost/turtled. But he is prone to exaggerate...

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Hahahahahaha. Can we dig up that thread?
It was a classic !
His outboard is still in the wash at fort Varnum.
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