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September 23, 2010


Capt. Peter F. Black

After looking at these pictures, all I hear is "STARBOARD!" ringing in my ears.

Carol Anne Byrnes

Looks like both boats were on starboard, though.


Bribon was on starboard, Audi on port. Apparently they tried to duck but "lost control" or "tacked too close and got too much helm and heel" from

Sand Sock Girl

Hope no one was hurt in this accident...

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Hope no one was hurt in this accident...

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