Thursday, March 22, 2012

Dry-docked

A little color today. This boat is being spiffed up for spring. I would love to have seen how they put it up on those barrels.

9 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

It looks kind of weird right there. Great find Bibi.

Gaelyn said...

I assume you don't get a local high tide. ;)

Thérèse said...

A good way to roll it to the water when needed!

Olivier said...

et la marée monte a quelle heure ? ;))

Honest Abe said...

My first thought was Noah - saw where the actor named Crowe might play that role. Anyway, I have no idea how they got it up there unless a truck brought it in and they parked it like they did to keep any tide from taking it out to sea.

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brattcat said...

perhaps you'll be there when they take it down...

TheChieftess said...

My question is how will they get it back to the sea???

Alexa said...

I would have liked to see them get this boat up there. Perhaps it's not as heavy as it appears to be?

Daryl Edelstein said...

As the joke goes 'very carefully' .. ha ha .. I bet they used a crane .. I've never seen a drydock quite like that