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Old 12-22-2018, 04:10 PM   #61
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Paravanes not lowered, block not lowered & secured reducing the center of gravity, skiff is on deck and either not enough weight in the hold or empty, possibly low on fuel and looks under powered. What do you think. Oh and by the way you must watch to the end.
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Old 12-22-2018, 04:30 PM   #62
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Old 12-22-2018, 04:33 PM   #63
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Some language in this one you've been forwarnded. https://youtu.be/SHWPDqZaO8Q
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Old 12-22-2018, 06:24 PM   #64
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That's always scary, just lucky the weather was good. We had a similar incident once northbound on a tug, just outside Prince Rupert BC. Small troller, a guy and his son on board, sinking. Weather was fine but it was night time, we got close enough to throw a heaving line and pull them to us and got them off the boat. CG came out and got them from us.
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Old 12-22-2018, 06:28 PM   #65
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That's always scary, just lucky the weather was good. We had a similar incident once northbound on a tug, just outside Prince Rupert BC. Small troller, a guy and his son on board, sinking. Weather was fine but it was night time, we got close enough to throw a heaving line and pull them to us and got them off the boat. CG came out and got them from us.
Nice save on your part ! Even better that the Coast Guard came to you to pick up the survivors. Did you look at post #61 on this thread ? Ugly lucky to have a traveling partner on that trip.
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Yes, I have seen that vid many times, very scary! I have been up in those waters and it can get nasty. Top heavy boat, should have been hove to bow into it with that block on deck lashed.
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I spent a lot of time in the Bering Sea over the last forty years but the worst seas I was ever in was on the Grand Banks. I was never inspired to bother taking pictures though, I do have a picture of one of the boats I used to run in AK though.Click image for larger version

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