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Old 06-10-2020, 05:12 PM
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Default Boat looses bow coming in inlet during big rock


60’ sportsman stuffed bow in a an inlet wave
guess extreme flair isn’t all that

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Thumbs up to that blue sporty coming back to help.
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Video of them coming in. Second boat in the video.
https://www.facebook.com/1269778381/...369603129524/?
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Damn lucky that thing didn’t break up a little lower and quickly fill with water.
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Changed the thread title so my question was answered

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That’s not going to buff out
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Thumbs up to that blue sporty coming back to help.
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Yup Floridian and they have the boat for sale too. Would suck if they can’t get it patched back. My guess is they will
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This happened today...trying to up load a video of the Floridian coming in today, it looks like it rolled off a big wave, submarined.. came apart😳
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That was an Oh GOD! moment for sure. they were lucky to make it back
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Holy crap!
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Not too sure that's a "big wave" damage, it kind of suggests another solid object was involved.
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The inlet was rough this morning!
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And that's why they don't pulpits on them anymore, and one reason for no railings up there either.

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Thumbs up to that blue sporty coming back to help.
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Coming in on an outgoing tide, illustrated.

And that's why they don't pulpits on them anymore, and one reason for no railings up there either.
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That must have been some energy to do that. Poor construction? a weak rotted void? my gosh that is intense.
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Here is the Facebook link to the video,, insane.. kudos to the Captain in getting this thing moving

https://www.facebook.com/bill.langst...3369599329429/
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Holy chit, never seen Beaufort inlet that nasty. Didn’t realize weather was that bad down there.

Glad they got the boat in and no one got hurt.
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That’s not good .
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It gets a lot worse than that, but this illustrates why you want to avoid inlets on an outgoing tide opposite wind and swell.

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