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Old 10-28-2012, 01:50 PM   #1
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Good Luck Pascavone.........ride out that storm.........


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Good luck up there pascavone. I am in Chesapeake, about 15 miles inland, and just now getting light rain and light winds.
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Good luck Pas, will keep fingers crossed for ya.
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Monday 10-29-2012 10am high tide..... storm 400 miles out...





got the shop vac to suck it off the dock!
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Wow, good luck to you Pascavone! We live out in E. Patchogue across the street from the bay, which is plenty close for me! Thankfully we were able to get our Maxum 3000 hauled out on Saturday. Hope your Sisicaya fairs well through this crazy storm. She's a beauty.
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Pas, do you have enough slack on those mooring lines to absorb an 11 foot storm surge?
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Old 10-29-2012, 08:44 PM   #8
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low tide at 3pm.... lowest at 5pm, then next high tide at 11pm....

video of 30mph to 50mph winds.

http://s912.photobucket.com/albums/a...t=PA290961.mp4
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low tide at 3pm.... lowest at 5pm, then next high tide at 11pm....

video of 30mph to 50mph winds.

http://s912.photobucket.com/albums/a...t=PA290961.mp4
WOW - Pascavone - how did you fare in the storm, the news coverage in Australia shows some intense damage hopefully you are safe and well!

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Old 10-31-2012, 08:15 PM   #10
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Now imagine your boat with the water over the main dock up to your waste, with 3+ ft breaking waves rolling into the marina. That was what I arrived to last year during hurricane Irene. After seeing that, everything short of boats piling up on one another look placid. With lines tied properly, you'd be amazed what a boat will handle. Not saying that I want to do it again, but boats can typically handle far more than we usually can.
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