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Old 05-03-2012, 02:14 PM
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Default Anyone form Puerto Rico missing a 34' Sea Vee?

If you're from Puerto Rico and you work for the Marine Police....your boat just washed up on the shore here in South Caicos in the Turks & Caicos Islands. It's been freshly washed (it was found upside down), and it's currently having some maintenance work (it's being stripped) done by the locals.




















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That's good stuff !
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Wow, would love to hear that cv story.
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Better act fast guys, they're buffing it out now. The price may go up soon.
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If they had bought a regulator it would have been found in the upright position.
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Looks like it had a rough ride over. Did something run it over???
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Looks like it had a rough ride over. Did something run it over???
Apparently it was upside down hitting against the rocks here on the island.
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Haha they will have that thing to left over scrap in a day or 2. Would live to hear how this went down.
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I wonder what happened to the cops..
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Good point. She looks fresh. Not much barnacle. Been rough lately too. Hmmm. Anyone missing two cops in PR??
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That's not this boat, is it?
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different motors but they could have been swapped out
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Could be the only reason I'd say other wise is because the boat washed up looks to not have a cuddy cabin but also looks like something riped off the front. Wonder who will claim it
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will we see it on blocks in the front yard of some trailer?
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Reminds me of that Nicholass Cage movie "lord of war".
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Where did my hard earned tax dollars go? apparently South Caicos! I'm sending this post to my local newspaper !
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Could be the only reason I'd say other wise is because the boat washed up looks to not have a cuddy cabin but also looks like something riped off the front. Wonder who will claim it
TCI Police claimed it and quickly began dismantling it.
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Originally Posted by TurnMeLooseFLKeys View Post
That's not this boat, is it?
Looks close, the rear seats are different though. Same radar/light setup though.
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Reminds me of that Nicholass Cage movie "lord of war".
Where his PLANE gets stripped?

That cracks me up everytime!
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Where did my hard earned tax dollars go? apparently South Caicos! I'm sending this post to my local newspaper !
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