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Wild Bayliner Picture 20 Jan 2010 04:08 #1

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Don't know the rest of the story. Saw it on Facebook

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Port: Sassafras River Georgetown, MD Bayliner 2000 2855 7.4

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Slalom? :D

Wow, they really have that baby laying over!

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When you cross a wake like that you will have a different view of the water. I have been in similar positions many times. No big deal the Bay can handle it better than you can.

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Real nice for all the gear stowed, I don't like doing that I try my best to avoid it. Hard on everything,..mostly the passengers.

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RGrew176;407487 wrote: When you cross a wake like that you will have a different view of the water. I have been in similar positions many times. No big deal the Bay can handle it better than you can.


I am just curious how far or how many degrees can a Bayliner like that list and still recover (assuming there is no subsequent big wave or swell to hit it again)?

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Wild Bayliner Picture 20 Jan 2010 06:30 #6

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A picture of very poor seamanship, IMHO. Too bad it involves an old Bayliner!

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jim.smithjr;407516 wrote: A picture of very poor seamanship, IMHO. Too bad it involves an old Bayliner!


Yep, you get that close to me and we're gonna talk about it.

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The operator is riding too close to the wake generated by the photography boat. Not particularly dangerous if all aboard are aware and braced; but could quickly lead to broken bones and concussions if any passengers are caught unprepared. Easy to avoid in this example by either coming left to cross the wake at a more perpendicular angle or pull back on the throttle while the wake passes harmlessly underneath the hull. It is the attempt to match speed with the wake that is causing the pitch. I can't imagine anyone would want to use this method to determine how much list their boat can take before they broach or capsize.

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"honey, now do you believe me when I say you have gained a few pounds? Either lose a few or stay in the middle."

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BrianM;407559 wrote: "honey, now do you believe me when I say you have gained a few pounds? Either lose a few or stay in the middle."


Yeah, say that to your wife and a capsize will be the least of your problems!:D

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TrophyTroubles;407510 wrote: Real nice for all the gear stowed, I don't like doing that I try my best to avoid it. Hard on everything,..mostly the passengers.


A+,YUP real hard on the ones below deck that don't see it coming.
First time we ever did/I ever did that the Admiral was below deck and LOL thought we was going over LMAO she came up are ready had her PFD on.:D

July going around antelope island at powell those big tour boats get some big swells rolling back and forth between the walls.

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lol, river boating sometimes you dont have a choice but to take a wake like that. Poor seamanship :P guy was probably just having some fun with a friend...

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Five years ago on a new to me similar boat we just started the run across the strait of Juan de Fuca from San Juan island to Seattle, when both trim tabs got stuck, one in the full up, and on in full down position. We really wanted to cross before the afternoon wind will kick in, there was no time to investigate, so the run was performed with the boat listing about the same way as the one in the picture...

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I personally would never hear the end of it should I pull a manuever like that.

Reminds me of the guy who stuck his head out of a moving train to see how close he could get...but he guessed wrong and lost his head (bet he got away with it a few times before though).

I am happy that may Bay has/can handle most of what nature and other boaters have thrown at us. That being said I also feel the Karma gods will get me if I choose to test her myself by doing dumb things.

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I personally would never hear the end of it should I pull a manuever like that.

Reminds me of the guy who stuck his head out of a moving train to see how close he could get...but he guessed wrong and lost his head (bet he got away with it a few times before though).

I am happy that may Bay has/can handle most of what nature and other boaters have thrown at us. That being said I also feel the Karma gods will get me if I choose to test her myself by doing dumb things.

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Even if he and the other guy were messing around - - pretty dangerous...not sure how that boat handles but I know mine would have a strong tendency to want to ride in that wake - meaning riding right up on the lead boat.

That is of course assuming my bow didn't plow in coming over the top - i woudl have stopped in plenty time then:)

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THats a 2450 Hull. It can take far worse than what he gave it.

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biohazard;407616 wrote: lol, river boating sometimes you dont have a choice but to take a wake like that. Poor seamanship :P guy was probably just having some fun with a friend...

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That is what i was thinking. Someone had a Camera in hand waiting. It is a good action shot. To close for my comfort, but I baby my boat.

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Don't know the rest of the story. Saw it on Facebook


Yeah he's really got her laid down on her hip pretty good but I think with the speed, he would roll right out of that to his port. I think it looks worse than it is. It's just not comfortable by any means though.

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Like I said I found on Facebook under "Bayliner Friends" It has 547 friends on it. I believe it a guy from Norway. Nice thing about it is no PP's on there:D

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Port: Sassafras River Georgetown, MD Bayliner 2000 2855 7.4

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I just hope he flushed the head before taking off.

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I have been told this is the best way to get the fish blood off the side of your boat at the end of a long day fishing. Works for me.

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I had something similar happen once with my old 2355. I cut out of the wake of a large cruiser and the side stuck to his wake. I imagine I looked a lot like that. No amount of power will help once the water touches the side.

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Been there too.

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jmcajmca;407512 wrote: I am just curious how far or how many degrees can a Bayliner like that list and still recover (assuming there is no subsequent big wave or swell to hit it again)?


I think that if you can keep the water out of it (canvas buttoned up), you'd be able to lay her right over on her side, and then some. This is why your batteries etc. should be fastened down, and all your gear in order at all times. It can happen quick. It's tough on the crew for sure, and your underwear if you're not ready for it. After a jam like this, it's a good idea to change fuel filters. I speak from experience on this one. I spent 90 minutes doing that in a 22.5 Double Eagle, in a place where I should not have been. I could not turn the boat around. Very fortunate that I had the forsight to put the canvas up before I came across the gulf. That bothered me for years after. I learned alot that day. Thanks for listening... :o

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