Yep two rigs dropped in two million miles, must be a business ending design flaw then?didn't another Gunboat lose its rig in Califorbia last year ?
Interesting. So who shot the IR video?
The C130, I'd imagine: "An MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew and a C-130 Hercules airplane crew, both from Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina, were launched at about 3:20 p.m."Interesting. So who shot the IR video?
I don't think C130s can hover mate. They fly around in large slow circles I think.^^ a hovering C-130??
Thanks, i knew that, was being sarcastic.I don't think C130s can hover mate. They fly around in large slow circles I think.^^ a hovering C-130??
Rainmaker is/was a beautiful boat. I admired her often when she was docked up in Port Washington and loved seeing her sail on the Sound. Looking forwarded to a "spirited" debate here as to the cause.
Looks like operator error - or at least "an act of god" for the dismasting.+1 BTW the Coasties don't look too pissed off, you don't suppose they actualy 'live' for this stuff? When you go fishing do you enjoy it less if the fish ain't too bright??Glad everyone is safely on the ground. We'll get the full story in the morning.
Man, you do have this forecasting thing sussed!Props to the patient ones...
I routed a number of boats in the Fall of 2015 from various points in the NE to the Caribbean...