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Old 28-02-2015, 14:44   #1
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HELP!!! Can you help us re-float?

30ft s/v sunk at the dock. No pollution. Need help re-floating. Located in Elizabeth City, NC. Anybody know anyone that can help us re-float this Grampion? Need bladders and pumps. She sits in 10-12ft. of water, on the bottom.... No lives lost.
Sad day to show up at the marina and see this...
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Old 28-02-2015, 17:53   #2
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Re: HELP!!! Can you help us re-float?

i'll bump this back up.

I there anyone in North Carolina who would be able to help the OP?

To the OP: how would someone who wants to help best be able to contact you?

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Old 02-06-2015, 17:42   #3
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Re: HELP!!! Can you help us re-float?

Bad luck :-(

Sounds like Google and some
Commericial divers is what you need with some great bilge pumps once its
Floating.
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Re: HELP!!! Can you help us re-float?

Send a diver down to plug hole, close sea cock whatever.
Then Home Depot AC pumps with hoses, etc. (about $140 each)
If the hull and cabin top are under water, lift with bags or crane, the start pumping.

Did the above with a 50 foot Crocker 2 years ago. Sank at the dock. Hit the bottom before the deck and cabin was under. Pumped out and refloated in 10 hours.
If insured, call surveyor and insurance company asap.
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Re: HELP!!! Can you help us re-float?

OP was on Feb. 28, so I hope they got it floating by now.
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