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Old 12-09-2017, 09:02 PM   #1
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Why they put flaring bows on North Sea boats

Went out on Delfin and it was a bit rough:

https://www.facebook.com/scandinavia...9125422127685/

Well, ok, maybe this isn't Delfin in rough water but it is pretty interesting.....
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Lumpy seas elsewhere too...how 'bouts this "diamond in the rough"?

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Went out on Delfin and it was a bit rough:

https://www.facebook.com/scandinavia...9125422127685/

Well, ok, maybe this isn't Delfin in rough water but it is pretty interesting.....
I almost get queasy watching it.
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Went out on Delfin and it was a bit rough:

https://www.facebook.com/scandinavia...9125422127685/

Well, ok, maybe this isn't Delfin in rough water but it is pretty interesting.....
Thanks for sharing this weird sea. Hope I can not see the next night dreaming about my NT and video wave mountains. Wave interval is pretty short vs height really naughty.

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