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Old 03-03-2017, 15:36   #1
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Boat washed up in Anguilla

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Old 03-03-2017, 15:48   #2
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Re: Boat washed up in Anguilla

Where is the keel?
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Re: Boat washed up in Anguilla

looks like a hull and little more.
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Keel gone
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Any of the stern? Would go a long way to have a name, and length.
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Re: Boat washed up in Anguilla

It does not look like it's been washing around for that long at all; clean bottom and topsides. Keel looks like it was busted off being battered on a reef, given the damage on the stb side. Interesting part is no rig and no tangle of shrouds. Curious.
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It does not look like it's been washing around for that long at all; clean bottom and topsides. Keel looks like it was busted off being battered on a reef, given the damage on the stb side. Interesting part is no rig and no tangle of shrouds. Curious.
Look again, rig is there.
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Better eyes than me Gunga Din.. or just a bigger screen..
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Re: Boat washed up in Anguilla

Well it's not Dove II because the rudder is there, but no keel.

Bottom is clean.

Depends on mine.
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Re: Boat washed up in Anguilla

Possible the keel could not stand the being snagged on the bottom and rolling back and forth in the surf when it first washed up and then it broke off right there. I wouldn't be surprised if it was right there near the boat. This reminds me of a boat that sailed itself up on a beach in Sri Lanka with no sign of folks. Hope everyone there's ok.
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Re: Boat washed up in Anguilla

It's been blowing 25-30 the last few days and nights in Anguilla. This is over on the east end of the island which offers little protection. You can see SXM in the background. It wouldn't have taken long over there to destroy a boat the broke free. Makes no sense why this boat was not anchored in Road Bay instead. Maybe broke loose from SXM and drifted over is what I'm thinking since I know of no sailboats on that side of the island.
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Look again, rig is there.
All I see is a little stick over to the right, lol. But it's at the right angle to be a spreader. Dunno.
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Yeah the rig is still there…..
Open the thumbnail up and grab a magnifying glass, can see the shrouds still leading out nice and straight to the mast, also looks like a spreader sticking up, although it seems to be towards the aft of the boat……
I’m saying it’s a Ketch……
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Re: Boat washed up in Anguilla

> Any of the stern? Would go a long way to have a name, and length

There's a rego: 378825

>. All I see is a little stick over to the right, lol. But it's at the right angle to be a spreader. Dunno.

When you zoom in, it's clearly a spreader and you can actually see the line of the mast.
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