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Old 02 February 2022, 14:21   #1
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Emily Lewis - Update

https://www.countypress.co.uk/news/1...-solent-crash/

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Old 02 February 2022, 20:41   #2
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Tragic.

It must be some bouy they collided with.
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Tragic.

It must be some bouy they collided with.
It was one of the big starboard channel markers. If you Google "MAIB Seadogz", there is an interim report.

A sad day for all concerned.
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Tragic event, very sorry for all concerned.

I hope though everyone lets the due legal process run without comment - there are both a grieving family, and individuals with their reputations at stage.
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Old 03 February 2022, 12:58   #5
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Tragic event, very sorry for all concerned.

I hope though everyone lets the due legal process run without comment - there are both a grieving family, and individuals with their reputations at stage.
As well as the above, hopefully it might make other boaters think twice and maybe avert a similar situation - we've all had the most amazing days afloat - but the sea can be a unforgiving place
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Not if we're not allowed to discuss it
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Don't see why we cant discuss it no doubt it will be debated in pubs & clubs throughout the country. I see the forum as being not too different to a sailing club bar room. We won't always agree but theres little point in debate if everyone agrees

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Don't see why we cant discuss it no doubt it will be debated in pubs & clubs throughout the country. I see the forum as being not too different to a sailing club bar room. We won't always agree but theres little point in debate if everyone agrees
The point I was trying to make is that now there is a court case in progress it would be more respectful to all parties involved and their families to wait until a verdict and not run an on-line partly informed commentary on this or any other forum in the meantime. People may have their views - I have mine - but is is not better to hold back until the legal process has run its course?
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Here’s the information that’s in the public domain so far.

https://www.gov.uk/maib-reports/coll...loss-of-1-life
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I've deleted a load of posts from this thread. Please leave it until after the court case has concluded before discussing it further here. Thanks.
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