Took it about a mile west of Quebec city
This morning on the St-Lawrence...Would you guess there are 17 yachts on board? (Thanks for the info Rodger! )
Thanks for the heads up...we don't often see Nordhavns on the St Lawrence
Some Sirenas and Absolutes heading Rodger's way :)
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Another view of the incident....
Apologies for posting a FB link I was not able to...
San Lorenzo SX88 87' "Infinity"
Ferretti, Lady Arlington surely heading Rodger's way...
My level of experience as a yacht owner is a big zero compared to most of the posters in this thread. However, I've lived and operated my business...
USS Indianapolis is out! (taken this morning near Quebec City)
A bit tight...
You're correct...just can't edit my post anymore :)
Nordlund 144' "Cazador"
Abeking & Rasmussen 266' "Grace"
Sorry Capt Ralph, we already sent it your way ;)
The Quebec bridge section is not an easy one for some of those ships as it gets quite narrow...we often see smaller sailboats turn around under...
Mie Zosen 172' "Big Eagle"
I had a doubt they may have been heading your way...
btw, if you see that one, pick up its shrink wrap and save that whale you spotted on April...
Some Sunseekers heading towards Montreal...
Not sure if it was still operated by of the owners mentioned in 2nd link....
Shortly after the bump/crash:
I assume you're talking about this one?
On that topic...I often see some widebody trawlers in the 30-50 range and I assume for simple marina hopping and anchoring the lack of side decks...