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| Nobiskrug | 142.1M | S/Y "A" | 2015/17 |

Discussion in 'Nobiskrug Yacht' started by German Yachting, Sep 1, 2015.

  1. Yacht News

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    The embarrassment though... what did they tell the crew member in the garage who was recording them lol?
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    I think... 'Hi, nice yacht..very big...huge! See you guys'
    Something like that
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    You would think with 3 or 4 people on the sailboat a few of them could have just leaned over the rail to prevent a bump... or just put their feet out.... of the guy could have started the motor before hitting A.
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    or the fenders...or start the engine before bumping.
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    Correct... noticing that they were in trouble I would have thought you would have started the motor alot sooner...leaning over and using your hands and feet would have been last resort to avoid scratching S/Y "A" or even damaging their own vessel on the steel hull.
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    Whoops
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    The scratch on SY A

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    ok I couldn't help it. That'll buff out:)
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    Sailing Yacht "A" arriving in Gibraltar.

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    She is playing in our puddle now, expected to be here till mid december

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    SY A has been 'frozen' by Italian authorities.
    She can't leave the dock.
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    Why would they even be in Italy????, I mean, by now, they (Russian yacht owners) should expect to loose their boats if docking in a NATO, EU port....
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    They have pulled her foremast! Looks like they have dismantled him into pieces. Several parts of the mast are located to the left of the drydock.

    IMHO, the Med will definately be nicer this summer without all of these O. of R. :).
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    Anywhere is nicer without A in the picture.
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    More looks like the booms are what are on the dock in view.
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    Ron, I think You may be correct. Then the mast would be under repair under this long white canvas on the left side of the hull. The sailing gear was definately not used very much in the past.