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Old 05-01-2015, 13:26   #1
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Nautitech sunk SXM...

This big Nautitech sank 3 weeks ago in the lagoon at St Marteen, we refloated and haul out at our yard , this is not my trade área but im called to make the repairs for the yard boss , kind of a favor ... looks like the port hull take a hard bashing , it got both sterns holed, port hull holed, and port hull main seam cracked and Split open, as you can see in the picture this is a total refit in order, DcAc wiring, electrical systems, engines, genset, and almost all the interiors , cabinets, plumbing etc.. etc...

So if i have some feedback and sugestions i can document the whole process.... stay tuned...
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Old 05-01-2015, 13:40   #2
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Re: Nautitech sunk SXM...

Wow, I'm amazed it wasn't considered a total loss and carted away to a dump with that amount of work needed! I'm sorry to say that probably would have been the end result here in Bermuda.
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Old 05-01-2015, 13:50   #3
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Re: Nautitech sunk SXM...

Nahh is a 55 ft i guess or between 45 and 50 ft in lenght, if is worth or not is Owners choice, to me sounds a lot of money and time , the glass work is nothing compared to the huge list in other things, like engines , wiring and interior cabinet work.
we see...
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Re: Nautitech sunk SXM...

What caused that damage? That type of stuff doesn't happen from just sinking at anchor/mooring.

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Re: Nautitech sunk SXM...

Its a post hurricane Gonzalo damaged boat, he ride the cane in a mooring and get banged by other boats in the mooring field, they patch the hole in the port hull with underwater epoxy and tow the boat to the marina,for unknown reason the owner choose to go back to the mooring and wáter found their way inside until it sank..
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Re: Nautitech sunk SXM...

A lot of catamarans sinking lately
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Re: Nautitech sunk SXM...

I wish Nautitech and Nauticat would trade names- it's damn confusing and completely bass ackwards.

Sorry for the thread drift.
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Re: Nautitech sunk SXM...

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I wish Nautitech and Nauticat would trade names- it's damn confusing and completely bass ackwards.

Sorry for the thread drift.
Haaa Lol, it happen to me to. Nautiwhat!!!
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