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#1    antiguogrumete

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Posted 19 April 2012 - 06:20 AM


Summer 2008 (Nantucket, Massachusetts U. S.)

A windy day Douglas Scott, 58, and Rich St. Pierre, 68 set sail on the Queen Bee, (26 foot Regulator).

Little did they know the adventure that they and their boat were going to live.

The poor state of the sea the boat overturned throwing the crew into the water, they saved his life and reached the beach at Smith's Point separately.
They seemed to see that the boat would disappear under water, but did notů

The Queen Bee began a journey that would last more than three years, which would lead to the coast of Llanes in Spain.

When the ship appeared, there were all sorts of speculation to be 8 meters and have 2 Yamaha 250 hp engines are thought to ships of the drug (in Spain fishermen use far less engine power).

But check the engine and chassis number they realized where the boat came, many media echoed this boat trip to cross the Atlantic traveling over 3,500 miles and survived storms and calms without sinking.

The incredible journey of the Queen Bee,the ghost boat


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Posted 19 April 2012 - 01:18 PM

If I were the advertising director for Regulator, you can bet I'd have this in a commercial.

"For me, it is better to grasp the Universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring."
                                                                                                                                           - Carl Sagan, The Demon-Haunted World:  Science as a Candle in the Dark

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Posted 19 April 2012 - 03:55 PM

View Postantiguogrumete, on 19 April 2012 - 06:20 AM, said:


Summer 2008 (Nantucket, Massachusetts U. S.)

A windy day Douglas Scott, 58, and Rich St. Pierre, 68 set sail on the Queen Bee, (26 foot Regulator).

Little did they know the adventure that they and their boat were going to live.

The poor state of the sea the boat overturned throwing the crew into the water, they saved his life and reached the beach at Smith's Point separately.
They seemed to see that the boat would disappear under water, but did notů

The Queen Bee began a journey that would last more than three years, which would lead to the coast of Llanes in Spain.

When the ship appeared, there were all sorts of speculation to be 8 meters and have 2 Yamaha 250 hp engines are thought to ships of the drug (in Spain fishermen use far less engine power).

But check the engine and chassis number they realized where the boat came, many media echoed this boat trip to cross the Atlantic traveling over 3,500 miles and survived storms and calms without sinking.

The incredible journey of the Queen Bee,the ghost boat
A Japanese fishing boat was picked up about a month ago with no crew aboard,a few miles off the American coast,after the Japanese Tsunami.presumably the crew was not aboard when it was washed out to sea.Oceans are mysterious and sometimes very dangerous places to earn a living..cheers

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(2) try your second best, ........if that dont work
(3) give up you aint gonna win




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