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November 04, 2012


Peter Mirow

I'm shocked to see all this damage, and very sorry for all the loss. Hope you guys will recover soon.


If this is lucky, I don't want to see the other clubs.


Nasty. Hope clean-up can start soon so you don't have to see the mess and can start to imagine the future.

the Knitting Sailor

Haven't visited for a while and just seen all of these images - it must be devestating for all those who love their boats. I trust that the boats are however the only casualties and wish you luck in the repair and salvage work.

Boat Man

Wow, my heart goes out to you, what a mess. I sure hope the insurance covers natural disasters.

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