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Old 01-02-2012, 11:08   #76
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Re: Who is Responsible for Anchor Dragging

Originally Posted by John A View Post
osirisail and svmaribe are correct when stateing who is responsible for their own boats.

We are also responsisible for each other, when you see someone else needing help, don't just stand there and point - go help them.

"The impression I've gotten is that both boats are uninsured...
Who dragged on who and caused the damage is irrelevant...
they should just suck it up...
they're both adults and were doing it eye's open...
This is not a lot different to running aground, hitting a log...
they'd swallow that...
but the chance of a buck makes this unpalatable....
Which is the more responsible owner... the one on board in times of bad conditions protecting his (and others technically) boat...
Or the Screw You I'm covered so why should I bother...
I know which I'd prefer in front of me..."

mine looks uninsured and nasty for a REASON. that reason is STAY AWAY....rofl.

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