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Old 01-31-2018, 12:54 PM
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Old 01-31-2018, 12:58 PM
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THT 1-2s.
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Who knows.
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Sporty.....
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Sailfish weather.
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Old 01-31-2018, 01:01 PM
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Originally Posted by chrisguga View Post
THT 1-2s.
WAY off. THT 15'-20'.....

Definitely rough, though.
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no but this is
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looks rough
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Not for a cat boat.
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Regardless I wouldn’t be in any tower !
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no but this is
I hope that crewman isn't waiting to direct a helo landing.
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Fair to Shitty
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Well it's not calm and there's probably better places to be
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Originally Posted by JCC123 View Post
Not for a cat boat.
Ohh Leave it alone.....
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Originally Posted by fireisland1 View Post
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no but this is
Anything over 12' on that cork sucks. Woke up n our way to Africa one morning, we turned around and heading south on the west side of the gulfstream. Reason, was rough enough to rip all but 3 of the stantions on the bow off, life lines were gone.
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Too rough for me. I am a rookie tho. In my boat its just too damn uncomfortable to fish or even ride in 2-3 or worse.

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These are REALLY rough conditions, THT 2-4's [milimeters that is




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Try the Penlee Lifeboat rescue.

Running in 60-100' seas repeatedly surfing onto the bridge of a disabled cargo ship to rescue the crew, and the captain who happened o have his wife and daughters aboard.

None survived despite the unreal efforts of the rescue boat.

It is close to the Shackleton story about surviving in Anartica way back when.
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Originally Posted by muskrattown View Post
Try the Penlee Lifeboat rescue.

Running in 60-100' seas repeatedly surfing onto the bridge of a disabled cargo ship to rescue the crew, and the captain who happened o have his wife and daughters aboard.

None survived despite the unreal efforts of the rescue boat.

It is close to the Shackleton story about surviving in Anartica way back when.
Not wanting to argue, but the Shackleton story is unmatched in our history (IMHO).
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Looks photoshopped.
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