When ships go (seriously) bad.

Discussion in 'Diamond Lil's' started by bigbaddog, Jul 23, 2007.

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  1. Fxxxxxxg oops or what .
     
  2. That'll amuse the insurance company!
     
  3. Not being a maritime type I have to ask this, HTF to you get a ship to play dead in harbour? Neat trick though, what's the encore?
     
  4. Looks very painful!! One thing is for sure - the duty watch must have spent a lot of time clearing up after that one.

    SF
     
  5. Looks very painful!! One thing is for sure - the duty watch must have spent a lot of time clearing up after that one.

    SF
     
  6. Sometimes there are no fires, no storms, the GM's are taken into account and everything is peachy.

    I took this picture a couple of hours ago...beautiful evening :thumright:

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    OR

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    OR [The 50 man life-boats on the bow will add some scale]

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    BUT.................sometimes really do go pear-shaped :salut: Bummer

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    RM
     
  7. Thanks for that. Sounds a very reliable way to fight fires on board; sink the ship!

    Of coure if you`re going to pump that much water on/into the ship just drill a hole in the bottom to let it all out! Volunteers?
     

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