Did they trip as they took the second pic?
I'm struggling to believe that superstructure is actually mounted on that rather lovely schooner hull.
I’ve seen that red one. A guy rescued it for a YouTube channel.On Facebook, $4500. Catalina 22 with trailer.
“I know what I got, Bro”
Sort of speechless…
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Well looks like Florida. It isn’t the vines, that stops the prep work, it’s the snakes…Well, I mean to say...at LEAST pull the vines off? Is that so hard? A bucket of bleachy soap water and 5 minutes with a brush? Is that too much to ask?
Here is a very well written account of the collision, insurance settlement, and salvage. Unfortunately, it does not say what happened to the salvaged cans of salmon. Could this explain why I had salmon patties so often as a child?The derrick helped salvage canned salmon from the freighter Diamond Knot that collided with another freighter in the Strait of Juan de Fuca in 1947. The salvors used siphon pipes, like giant, underwater vacuum cleaners, to suck salmon cans from the sunken ship.
He's pressure washing her off, today!What a shame.
first major stroke of 13. Quad bypass, three stints, and several heart attacks. would have told me my boat restoration days were over.