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Old 09-26-2003, 04:40 PM
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Those pictures could be fake or not...

This is the real thing taken from an oil rig in the north sea, of a rescuevessel.


http://www.esvagt.dk/5rescue/movomega.html

The waves was 20meters high. (65feet)


The same date that and oil rig called west gamma flipped over an sunk. Luckily no one was killed and they where rescued by esvagt ships.

So this is no bull. I work with several of the guys who was onboard the west gamma.

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Is that Norts "fivehead" I see?
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Those pictures could be fake or not...

This is the real thing taken from an oil rig in the north sea, of a rescuevessel.


http://www.esvagt.dk/5rescue/movomega.html

The waves was 20meters high. (65feet)


The same date that and oil rig called west gamma flipped over an sunk. Luckily no one was killed and they where rescued by esvagt ships.

So this is no bull. I work with several of the guys who was onboard the west gamma.

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Old 09-26-2003, 04:51 PM
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Those pictures could be fake or not...

This is the real thing taken from an oil rig in the north sea, of a rescuevessel.


http://www.esvagt.dk/5rescue/movomega.html

The waves was 20meters high. (65feet)


The same date that and oil rig called west gamma flipped over an sunk. Luckily no one was killed and they where rescued by esvagt ships.

So this is no bull. I work with several of the guys who was onboard the west gamma.

K.J
Wow! Now that is just insane!
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Old 09-26-2003, 08:54 PM
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Don't believe anything you hear and only half of what you see...
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That's friggin creepy!!!
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Old 09-26-2003, 10:22 PM
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Here is another one.

Nearby where I live there is a lifeboat factory.

Here is a their 50 foot free fall life boat dropped from

48,75meters (162,5 feet)

http://www.norsafe.no/video/ges50wrd.wmv


The boat is made of glassfiber and divinisel.

Here is several other videos from their products

http://www.norsafe.no/media.htm


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Funny as hell Suthpen30 - BH
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**** that is old school racing waves there boys.
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he must have had his tabs burried too far
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