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    Hit a rock... $749 tow bill, 0 cost to me, $1700 repair bill, $500 cost to me

    #2
    Boat US membership...priceless. :beer-

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      #3
      seasam wrote:
      Hit a rock... $749 tow bill, 0 cost to me, $1700 repair bill, $500 cost to me
      Sounds like your insurance policy worked for you...

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        #4
        There's two kinds of boaters,,,,boaters that have hit a rock and and boaters that are going to hit a rock:tinhat

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          #5
          avanti42 wrote:
          There's two kinds of boaters,,,,boaters that have hit a rock and and boaters that are going to hit a rock:tinhat
          A cold chill just crept up my back, reached my neck, and continued down along my arms.

          Thanks for the goosebumps,,,,NOT.

          Sarah

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            #6
            Hit my rock three years ago and ruined the prop. I didn'tt realize that i accidentley left my map locked in a previous cove when I checked a landmark on the screen. Won't do that again. Gary
            GARCHAR
            1988 2655
            2009 Volvo Penta 5.7 300 hp DP F3s
            Twice Past Commodore
            Northwest Outboard Trailer Sailors, Eugene,OR

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              #7
              I hit lots of rocks in various lakes around Arizona.

              What insurance company do you have?

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                #8
                avanti42 wrote:
                There's two kinds of boaters,,,,boaters that have hit a rock and and boaters that are going to hit a rock:tinhat
                In 15 years, I have never hit a rock.

                Guess mine's still in my future :surr
                Mike P
                The Bahamas
                Formerly Vancouver BC, Bermuda and The Grenadine Islands.

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                  #9
                  But I have been aground, although on a harmless eelgrass shore. Required help, was not happy or proud, but learned a great deal that day. I have rendered assistance because of that day, as well. I lifted my drive a little before I got pulled off, no damage, no foul, right?

                  I did hit "something" in Friday Harbor marina at low tide by the pumpout station. No harm, no foul. I hope that maybe that is my rock!!??
                  Tally and Vicki
                  "Wickus" Meridian 341
                  MMSI 338014939

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                    #10
                    The closest I've come was docking at this one place. You'd figure dock areas would be at least 3 feet deep, guess again. A couple little nicks to straighten out on the prop was it though, luckily. Then had to come close in Ashtabula, right off the dock it's 2 feet deep and I didn't realize it.

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                      #11
                      I have never hit a rock in a boat, nor driving my truck.. I am glad we have boaters insurance with State Farm and BoatUS... cant have too much these days

                      :worth:worth:worth

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