Ivan kicks butt...

Discussion in 'All Things Boats & Boating' started by ErikG, Sep 18, 2004.

  1. ErikG
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    ErikG Senior Member

    Grenada was hit pretty badly...
    Im glad I don't live there...

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  2. MarkC
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    MarkC Senior Member

    Clean up.

    Where would you start!!!
  3. yipster
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    yipster designer

    its a high price to pay when in paradise the palmtrees start flying...
    and there are planty around there...
    nooooo it are boats :eek:
    no reason to joke, wishing everybody there the best !
  4. dvgale
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    dvgale Boats_4_People

    Every year the boat mags print pictures of hurricane damage to boats at moorings, in marinas or washed ashore (usually in conjunction with an article titled "Batten Down for the Big Blow! How to Prepare your Boat for a Hurricane" or something similar), but they don't hold a candle to Erik's photo above.

    Don Gale
    South Salem, NY

    PS: I've been considering a move to Florida, perhaps Stuart or some similarly pleasant town, but this season is giving me some pause ...
  5. MikeJohns
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    MikeJohns Senior Member

    Looks like one of those floating marinas was minced up and blown ashore. Going to be lots of insurance claims this year. Watch your premiums go up.
  6. Corpus Skipper
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    Corpus Skipper Hopeless Boataholic

    We're still feeling effects of Ivan all the way down here! The tides are running about 2 feet above normal, and we're supposed to get some rain from the remnants of Ivan this weekend. Amazing what mother nature can do.
  7. Jeff Walkowiak
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    Jeff Walkowiak cobra jet steering

    I just finished my fourth hurricane in 6 weeks ,gene was the worst for us in w/cent fla. Im going out tomorrow to see what is left of the islands and beaches, this is getting a bit tiresom to say the least. As our governor stated its the price you pay for living in paradise, ok so when does the paradise part begin?

  8. Kevin H.
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    Kevin H. Junior Member

    It's the other 46 weeks of the year. :p
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