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Guy Knows How To Secure His Boat

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Bay of Fundy?  :huh:

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Inchon? I hear the tides can fluctuate as much as 15 feet.

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In Darwin Australia they have massive tides, on Fishermans Wharf jetty there are steps that take you to a lower level at low tide...someone tied their boat up on a short rope..when high tide came that's where the boat stayed !!!

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Saw this in NC back in 2008 (I think). Drought and water levels on Lake Norman were very low. Someone’s boat, dock and lines were all tough and well put together. The boat looked like it was floating on air next to the dock, just like the one Joe posted. 

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I drive by probably a boat a month that is capsized from anchoring in too low of an area and bottom flipping it when tides recede but yet to come across this....

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"I told you to check the book, but noooo, you don't need no stinking tide table."

        - This poor fella's ol'lady

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16 hours ago, Subdeacon Joe said:

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Yeah?  Well, repossess THAT.

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44 minutes ago, Forty Rod SASS 3935 said:

Yeah?  Well, repossess THAT.


At least the repo man knows where it will be when the tide rises.

 

CJ

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