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On the High Seas and Out of Gas!

Discussion in 'Near Misses and Lessons Learned' started by KathyV, Aug 22, 2019.

  1. KathyV

    KathyV ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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  2. michael-fisch

    michael-fisch Manta Ray

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    Don't want to think what the rescue fuel delivery and helicopter flights will end up costing, probably more than the boat was worth new.

    Michael
     
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  3. KathyV

    KathyV ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Captain Ron:
    We should be okay. 'Cause I know we're near land.

    Martin Harvey:
    Great, Cap. Great. Ya hear that? We're almost there. Explain to the kids how you know that, Captain Ron. Someone translate for General Armando.

    Captain Ron:
    Alright, now stay with me: When we left, we had just enough fuel to make it to San Juan. And we are out of fuel.
     
  4. MykaDives

    MykaDives DIR Practitioner

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    Exactly what I was thinking when I read it!
     
  5. pepperbelly

    pepperbelly Solo Diver

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    Ya have to have a plan.
     
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