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Old 09-25-2011, 01:56 PM   #1
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When the draft of your craft exceeds the depth of the water you are aground

About 12 years ago at Orange Beach, AL.* It may be a good thing that he hit the dunes.* Just to the right of the picture is a rock jetty.* It is a 53' Hatteras.
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Old 09-25-2011, 03:04 PM   #2
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When the draft of your craft exceeds the depth of the water you are aground

Uh uh** Captain, we've have a slight problem with the depth gauge.*

I think you better get up to the bridge

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Old 09-25-2011, 03:07 PM   #3
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RE: When the draft of your craft exceeds the depth of the water you are aground

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Uh uh** Captain, we've have a slight problem with the depth gauge.*

I think you better get up to the bridge

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*Wow!* How fast was he going when he hit the beach?
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When the draft of your craft exceeds the depth of the water you are aground

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Uh uh** Captain, we've have a slight problem with the depth gauge.*

I think you better get up to the bridge

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*Wow!* How fast was he going when he hit the beach?

*I dunno.* It looks like the stern is up on the beach.* Someone's got some "splainin'" to do.

See, if he had a single screw and a bow thruster, this never would have happened.

Perhaps*the helmsman/navigator got distracted while reading OTDE.*** KJ


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Old 09-25-2011, 11:07 PM   #5
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RE: When the draft of your craft exceeds the depth of the water you are aground

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KJ wrote:Moonstruck wrote:KJ wrote:
Uh uh** Captain, we've have a slight problem with the depth gauge.*

I think you better get up to the bridge

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*Wow!* How fast was he going when he hit the beach?

*I dunno.* It looks like the stern is up on the beach.* Someone's got some "splainin'" to do.

See, if he had a single screw and a bow thruster, this never would have happened.

Perhaps*the helmsman/navigator got distracted while reading OTDE.*** KJ



-- Edited by KJ on Sunday 25th of September 2011 04:02:42 PM

*The above photo is the RIVERDANCE,* she had a cargo shift and rolled 60deg. on her side and ended up on the beach... rather sad story follows...* copy the link below and scroll down after the link opens

HOLLYWOOD

http://www.cargolaw.com/2008nightmare_riverdance.html

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Old 09-26-2011, 12:06 AM   #6
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RE: When the draft of your craft exceeds the depth of the water you are aground

Wow, what a story. You hear about ships being hit by a "freak wave", this one must have been a doozy.* Did they eventually tow it off the beach, or is it still there?* The last posting was April 2008.
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When the draft of your craft exceeds the depth of the water you are aground

They never got her off the beach. She was cut up for scrap. You can see the process in a series of pictures at this site.*Scroll to the bottom of the page.

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RE: When the draft of your craft exceeds the depth of the water you are aground

That is an amazing read. Just goes to show you that our best confidence is so easily quashed by a momentary mood of the Earth.
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