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Old 07-08-2013, 01:43 PM
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Old 07-08-2013, 01:53 PM
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he just said, F it!, Im going lol
Old 07-08-2013, 02:13 PM
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Oooops
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No one ran out to fend him off??? We have a few guys like that in our marina too.
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Ouch*****
Old 07-08-2013, 02:23 PM
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sure hope there wasnt any live aboards, that would suck to be napping them chopped in a giant prop
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What the heck!!!!!!! Captain, close your eyes and touch the tip of your nose with your finger,
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You'd think they'd have a lookout when working such tight quarters.
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Somebody is getting a new boat
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That'll buff out.
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Didn't see anything wrong with that, people dock like that all the time in Miami. Only thing I noticed is that he forgot to put out his fenders.
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Tug boat driver in blind while driving
Old 07-08-2013, 02:48 PM
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Captain..

"Who says you can't turn this tub on a dime !..."

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Somebody needs a foot in the ass.
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Wow, could you imagine what it`s going to be like for the owners of those boats when they walk to the dock and expect their boats to be there in one piece?
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180 turn by braile. stevie wonder at the helm and ronnie milsap first mate.
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Still scratching my head how someone would do that;?;?


Was the tug pushing the boat??

I agree looks like they would have had a lookout in quarters that tight;?
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Good thing he had a stern thruster came in handy in moving those boats in the way.
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I'm guessing the tug lost power, then the cargo captain had to fire up the engines get them in gear and pull her back out.

I agree, that'll buff right out!
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That was Captain Joseph Hazelwood in his new job.

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