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Old 08 June 2012, 05:21   #1
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More sunseeker woes ....

Must be a lot of weight on it as its lifted the stern about a foor higher than it should rest & a bugger to sort out . As I left a barge from Jenkins Marine was pulling along side to start removing the scaffold.
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Old 08 June 2012, 07:10   #2
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That berthing area has been hit hard with the recent fire and now this, looks like at least two boats maybe three.
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Now that is a bad run of luck, hope no one was injured.
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I hope it was not the same hull as caught fire! Now that would be bad luck ....
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Talking to a friend tonight who works at SS's , the scaffolding was erected by a third party so the insurance claim will not be SS's responsibility which is something. Keeping a large. Scaffold like this sheeted up seems to be asking for trouble in high winds but maybe it's always easy to spot these things after the event
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