. Can you post the source please? Is there an associated news article?
Not sure how far into the timeline it was taken but she doesn't look excessively down on her lines and is still sailing, albeit in survival mode.
Still, that is much better than having the boat
sink from underneath you.
Most modern production cats, regardless of where the original ingress of water
started, tend to end up settling awash but not sunk, stern down, because that's where the diesels and sail drives normally are, and unfortunately the engine
compartments aren't always sealed as well as they should be causing them to flood eventually.
Often the water
then comes up the stairs from the hull
and into the bridgedeck and cockpit
Still better than totally sinking, but with a bit more thought and work
during production this could be mostly avoided.