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Old 04-23-2014, 03:26 PM
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Default VIDEO - Donzi Getting Big Air on Steep Waves Off San Francisco

I found this video, which I thought people here would like to see. Said there were injuries. I hope they weren't too bad.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FwsCyRol4TA Michael

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Yup,,,, that's been around,,,, whoops,,,, I haven't seen the boat after, but word is that it split the sides,,,,,, doesn't suprise me
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Well im glad they could put down the doobie long enough to pick up the video camera, and for that we thank you.

Ive never seen that before, looked like a good way to tear up a nice boat.
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That video's been around for a while. Boat cracked in half. Some serious injuries but fortunately no deaths which there easily could have been.. pretty idiotic move..
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I found some pictures of the damage to the Donzi 43 ZR.

http://www.thehulltruth.com/boating-...alifornia.html

Surprised it made it back without sinking.

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Wow, they did it again? You'd think they would have learned their lesson the first time around.
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I wonder if that would be under warranty
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As a smart crook that we all know......once said "a boat is not an anvil".

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