.......''the damage bill is expected to total in the 1000's'' ....thanks Sally :mellow: :wacko:
Well, if you divide it up a bit..........''the damage bill is expected to total in the 1000's'' ....thanks Sally :mellow: :wacko:
I might've missed it but why did a guy from a clipper boat have to assist M3? Could no one on the m3 do the same job?
1. Only 1 climbing harness onboard?
They reportedly had a doctor onboard.
Gavin Reid is the hero of the day. I liked him when he said: "It was quitte bumpy, but able to manage it".
And the found body of Mal Lennon, at least his friends and family are for sure now. Condolance to them, sorry.
A bunch left fri. evening / sat. morning, LOTS of motoring time on our boat, I suspect the same for most boats trying to make it home over the weekend. The smart / lucky ones that left this morning are coming back in 15 - 20 N.E. BASTARDS...'"The smart delivery skippers did not hang about, ours left at 4 am on Monday morning, and would have left earlier had they not been delayed leaving Sydney earlier on Sunday. They still had a particularly wet and ordinary delivery but were well and truly tucked away before things got really nasty. Perhaps those who waited are smarter still?"