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Well after the cock up over the refusal to allow the first salvage barge to continue operating we have this
 

Just what they need more wreckage on the bottom of the lagoon.

sxm barge 1.jpg

sxm barge 2.jpg

sxm barge 3.jpg

sxm barge 4.JPG

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Lovely...

reminds me of jackup oil rig that didn't correctly pre-load the legs in the gulf of Mexico... 

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On 11/26/2017 at 2:40 PM, sailronin said:

Hope the operator got out of the cab!

Maybe

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You can see his head & shoulders in the middle of the 3rd pic.

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Despite the work crew's best efforts to sink the floating dock, it bucked them off before the 8 second buzzer, and had a good roll.

Just in case this goes to a caption contest.

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Maybe those big tall leg thingies aren’t to alert nearby aircraft. Maybe they have some other purpose.

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On 11/27/2017 at 12:07 PM, SloopJonB said:

You can see his head & shoulders in the middle of the 3rd pic.

  But the platform barge is still rolling over on top of him.

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On 11/27/2017 at 11:06 PM, IStream said:

Aren't the Dutch supposed to be good at this shit?

Get your facts straight pal before making smart comments.

All the assets livery and the addition of the photographers below comment point to a South American contractor.

"What were they thinking..  amateurs  (I tried to talk to one of them and told them it would be out of balance in the water..  even made hand signals to show.. but Colombian or something.. English to bad to understand me/communicate..  Well ..  probably at least cheap labor..)"

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On 11/27/2017 at 12:07 PM, SloopJonB said:

You can see his head & shoulders in the middle of the 3rd pic.

I think that's the head & shoulders of the guy in the neon orange vest, not the cab operator

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