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Old 21-11-2008, 13:51   #31
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Originally Posted by David M View Post
I don't think its foolish at all with the right vessel. Of course you could not use your typical yacht...even the best built most seaworthy yachts.

It would not be hard to build a custom made vessel that could take such a beating so as to survive a hurricane. It would need to be absolutely watertight and have a positive metacentric height at all angles of inclination. Why not do this with a submersible that can surface in the eye?

The only other thing I would suggest is to bring lots of Bonine.
the point isn't the sea state in the eye. It's the wall that people want to see. I have a few ideas for a vessel to do it in. My bride won't let me for any amount of $$$

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