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Discussion in 'The Tiki Bar' started by SloBurn, Mar 9, 2017.
ehh... a little 5200 and some new bottom paint and it'll be fine.
Must have been a slow news day.
Good thing he dropped anchor.....
First it was 40', then 51' and it weighed 40 tons....
Hmmmm, I wonder if the skipper knew how to use his GPS?
Damm Sea Ray owners.
At least the props look okay.
We already did the armchair analysis on this one a year or so ago.:smt043 If I remember correctly the guy pulled to the side of the channel to drop anchor.....he was over the wall and the tide went out or something like that.
Thats Ok, we needed to rehash this! Winter is almost done. I've got 37 days till splash and not one lousy 'Honda Generator on the swim platform' thread this winter!
I'm a bit disappointed :grin:
Now that is hilarious!!! LMFAO! "Armchair Analysis"...:thumbsup:
Money buys everything but the grey matter between your ears
The aircraft carrier USS Enterprise managed to run aground in the mud not far from this spot in the early 1980's. She was coming back from a long deployment and got stuck in mud within sight of families waiting at the (then) Naval Air Station piers. I think it took about 8 hours for her to float off and get tied up.