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Captain overboard

Discussion in 'Near Misses and Lessons Learned' started by scuba5150, Nov 21, 2019.

  1. scuba5150

    scuba5150 Nassau Grouper

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  2. Hank49

    Hank49 Solo Diver

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    Looks like he got broadside to a breaking wave?
     
  3. Rollin Bonz

    Rollin Bonz Solo Diver

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    Location: Georgia, the state, not the country ;-)
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  4. scuba5150

    scuba5150 Nassau Grouper

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    Yes, that's what the local news reports said. A couple of waves knocked him broadside, then a larger one knocked him off. It's kind of amazing that a photographer got a picture of the Captain in midair.
     
  5. Norrm

    Norrm Nassau Grouper

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    Most likely it's a screenshot from a video.
     
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