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Caution: Rough Seas Ahead

Discussion in 'Popular Yacht Topics' started by PropBet, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. Fishtigua

    Fishtigua Senior Member

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  3. vlafrank

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    In y'all's opinion(s), what chance of survival would John Q Yachtie have trying to navigate these seas in, say, his 140' Jade trawler-type expedition yacht? Not to buttonhole that particular "brand" of vessel, so any kind of competitive vessel to that described above will readily suffice. Would anyone on board not be among the walking (?) wounded? Looks absolutely terrifying!!
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    It's said that there's no such thing as an aethist (sp) in a foxhole; I'm prepared to wager serious money that the same thing can be said of the souls aboard that rescue vessel! Yeow!
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    I believe it's a picture of an oil painting or watercolor.

    If you google "heavy seas" you can get all the videos also
  6. German Yachting

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    Here's a moderately rough inlet.