'The boat endured a direct hit by a freighter and survived'
'The saloon endured the full force of the rig falling on it'
There was a allot of enduring going on. Some please define 'endure'.
It's official. PJ is completely delusional.
Only if one is considering the veracity of all of the facts in the report. It would be hard to confuse 'a
completely exposed massive spinning prop a few feet from our bow' with 'Saw the prop'. You can see part of a prop
when they are at the dock. This has been discussed in the Bill O'Reilly...
I would have been happy to take the rib and a portable vhf and epirb and started heading west. Follow the sun! (In the afternoon)
I saw Tom Hanks lifted off of a small raft alongside a giant container ship. It can be done!
By the way. The ship was fully laden and bunkered on its way to...
As soon as it became obvious they were going to hit us, I try a handful of times to get starboard engine on, finally it caught and I threw it into reverse. The starboard side started to turn, exposing our port bow and longeron to the ship, and they collided with our port bow forward of their...
Sometimes facts get in the way of justifications. Must be a dozen people here who agreed the damege caused when the two came together was the final straw
in the abandonment decision, which was obviously made long before!
And yes. According to Capt. kid, a 400 foot ship with 26 foot draft...