Next time you run aground..

As a boat owner you can only wish you will never run aground! Unfortunately, it can happen to the best of us…  And in this video you will be able to appreciate that it is not just reserved for amateurs only. Even the “professional”  can make big mistake.

I feel, the communication must have been bad onboard, actually really  bad. The hand signal must not have work out. In fact they might have to start the training process again.


Well enough said, I better go back to work, it’s raining and windy…. It’s a good thing we are busy, that way we don’t think too much about all of you out there in tropical water!

 

Two days later I read this another grounding.

3 Comment

  1. Geir Ove Bø says:

    69 still missing, looks like they jumped overboard.

  2. When I wrote this post, it was just a “light” grounding in Caribbean. And for such on the funny side, with the event of yesterday and the half sinking in Italy not so funny anymore. What going on they save money and have no more look out or no Crew Resource Management training in place. Let’s hope they find those people.

  3. When I wrote this post, it was just a “light” grounding in Caribbean. And for such on the funny side, with the event of yesterday and the half sinking in Italy not so funny anymore. What going on they save money and have no more look out or no Crew Resource Management training in place. Let’s hope they find those people.

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