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Naval Ships in Big Seas...

Discussion in 'Yacht Transport Ships & Dockwise' started by YachtForums, Jan 14, 2020.

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  1. YachtForums

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    THIS is why we piggyback yachts across the pond on United, Dockwise, SevenStar, etc...



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  2. RER

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    That F18 is gonna need a bath in WD 40
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    Kinda' surprised they left the F-18 on deck going into that weather...
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    What about the helicopter on the bow? What will that need then?
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    Oh, lol ...I assume it washed overboard.
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    Bravo to all the Engineers, Architects, planners and persons involved in every aspect of the manufacturing of those magnificent vessels!
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    Anybody want to speculate on what the wave heights are ? Besides huge.