Originally Posted by UpOnStands
and dropped onto a sandy beach? lets see. boat was hulled then beached so
are you likely to get slings under both hulls or just one sling under the bridge deck
. Imagine they tried to break one hull off, so one hull resting on the sand, the other lifted 15 ' - no failure so hull dropped down onto the sand?
If the hotel
owner really wants the boat gone from the beach he is not going to accept attempts to smash the boat to bits on the beach. IMHO
Some more assumptions? "The vessel sat on a reef and chewed up the keels and then beached at some resort."
Sounds like the beach area was not just sandy, but rather 'rocky-reefy'?
Can't say the exact nature of the dropping procedure,...one hull or both.
at any rate it speaks well of the impact resistance.
BTW, have either of you gentleman ever read some observations by the famous designer
Nigel Irens concerning complaint hull layups and reinforcements. I can't find them right now, but they are worth reading. He discovered them following the post examination of some failures on a few of those racing