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    Charter Member Charter Member Dean Ferry's Avatar
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    that's some funny chit right there! Reminds me of the local boat ramps on BIG holidays!
    Everything is for sale @ a certain $$

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    Quote Originally Posted by socalstone View Post
    Were these guys both on autopilot? asleep at the wheel? Drunk? or just plain mule-headed?
    Mule headed, what a bunch of phucking morons. there was a guy in the smaller boat driving on top hes a moron for not steering to starboard even though it looked like he had the right of way BUT WHEN SEE ANOTHER BOAT HEADING IN TO A CRASH COARSE WITH YOU PHUCKEN MOVE. I hope the insurance co, stops coving them after this video. they were both going slow TOO! Its as bad as the coast gard hit that small boat on a great lake,me I ALWAYS GO SLOW when theres a lot of traffic around me I have seen a lot of chit in 35yrs of driving boats. art

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    Why? That is just plain stupid.

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    that'll buff right out..................

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    That is correct.
    If you are in a meeting situation, no matter the angle, the stand on vessel is the vessel to your starboard side. In open water vessels of the same type no matter what size shall obey the meeting and passing Rules of the Road set by the USCG.
    There is a pecking order but I am not going to get into is abbreviated ONRFSPS. Each letter stands for a different type of vessel.


    Quote Originally Posted by Downtown42 View Post
    WOW....the guy who got rammed had the right away, he was looking at the green bow light.

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    Having been on the Red Sea a number of times, this does not suprise me one bit. It's infested with idiots.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CAPTAIN CHUCK View Post
    That is correct.
    If you are in a meeting situation, no matter the angle, the stand on vessel is the vessel to your starboard side.
    thank you, seems no one else agreed nor mention the obvious.

    And you are a tug captain, I think you know the deal.

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