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Old 02-05-2013, 07:13 PM
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Default Pictures of Damage to Donzi 43zr That Hit Huge Wave In California

Here are pictures emailed to me by OSO member Silence157 to post. He's new to the boards and didn't know how to post pictures.

Link to video causing damage:

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So much for the no damage/boat was fine theory. Ouch.
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IF thats the same boat, then that wave literally broke her in two!!
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It is the correct boat. Here is a picture of it taken earlier in the day of the "wreck"
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Another try on the video...


edit: oops, he got it working already. oh well.
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Holy shit! I made a comment in one of the threads about having to remount the toilet and galley counter. Geez.....broke the boat in half.

And oh boy, I'm sure his insurance company would like to see that video (if they already haven't) before paying for the repair.
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Sources have told me this is the second Donzi he has trashed and Donzi made him take a driving course before purchasing this one. Not sure the accuracy of this, just what I was told
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big waved scared him....oops
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i have seen that nut on the bay before, I hope the kid was not with him when he was riding and trying to jump those breakers. USCG will be all over that video. Very bad move on his part. Alot of people have died there.
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Can that be fixed or it it a total loss?
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Can that be fixed or it it a total loss?
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It is the correct boat. Here is a picture of it taken earlier in the day of the "wreck"
It's hard to tell from the picture. Does the driver have a mullet haircut?

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I notice receding hairline, matching his choice of vessel

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Wow, he broke that boat's back!
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so the boat is toast but was everybody ok?
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A little Marinetex and that should be good as new. But the stuff is white so maybe a magic marker after the fix?
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That was a beautiful boat.
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Here are pictures emailed to me by OSO member Silence157 to post. He's new to the boards and didn't know how to post pictures.

Link to video causing damage:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FwsCyRol4TA

He may wish to go onto the Fountain, Donzi, Baja, Pro-Line website for some advice.
They are now offering services and could maybe very well fix the hull in Washington, NC.
I'm not altogeather sure the damage is as nasty as it certainly appears.
If a repair is possible and in order then might as well take it to the guys that built it I would think.
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