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Old 23 February 2012, 13:20   #1
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This is what happens if you dont have a painter line when you launch the FRC.... The guys in the boats should be happy that they are alive.
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Old 23 February 2012, 13:47   #2
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...more Shocking Videos




Welcome to RIBnet, BTW
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Those guys in the first videos would be far better off using a dry stacking facility
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Have anyone seen these videoes before?



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This is what happens if you dont have a painter line when you launch the FRC.... The guys in the boats should be happy that they are alive.
1st vid was discused on ribnet last year .

2nd vid ,,looking at maritime statistics the amount of incidents and deaths due to deployment of fast rescue boats and ships lifeboats inspection/excersise purposes is alarming.
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The 1st two vids make me laugh! their incompetance is only outweighed by their stupidity and disregard for life.
The 2nd two just make me cross and sad.
But yes I agree, as the title says "Shocking videos"
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The 1st two vids make me laugh! their incompetance is only outweighed by their stupidity and disregard for life.
The 2nd two just make me cross and sad.
But yes I agree, as the title says "Shocking videos"
X2 on that we need to start looking after things more
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Those guys in the first videos would be far better off using a dry stacking facility
...naughty!
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It's amazing what goes on beneath the waves
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But aren't there constant underwater volcanoes going off in various places demolishing habitats and boiling the water with noxious gases. Does a bit of silt chucked off the side of a corrugated coastline really make much difference?
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Does a bit of silt chucked off the side of a corrugated coastline really make much difference?
I don't think Slartibartfast would be impressed...
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But aren't there constant underwater volcanoes going off in various places demolishing habitats and boiling the water with noxious gases. Does a bit of silt chucked off the side of a corrugated coastline really make much difference?
Don't want to get into a big debate over this but y don't they back fill the holes they av dug out
I was told that these fish farms produce a lot of mess and destruction of the sea bed
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it's good that you show the vid. but i feel like crying when i see that and i don't know if these pics should be showed here. hope here are no whale killers or guys that like these footage.
please tell they are shocking pics when you post them.
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1st vid was discused on ribnet last year .

2nd vid ,,looking at maritime statistics the amount of incidents and deaths due to deployment of fast rescue boats and ships lifeboats inspection/excersise purposes is alarming.
I've been in the Norwegian coast guard, and things like this wouldn't happen bacause we used a proper painter line system. That is very imortant!!

Check out this recovery:



This is a professional way to do it!!

I saw that they used a Henriksen hook. They make hooks for the Norwegian navy as well. The hooks are fantastic. We had a Henriksen painter hook as well, making the launch/recovery even neater than what we can see on the video.
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