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    Drifting Nantucket ghost boat found in Spain-gctid347121

    I don't think it was a Bayliner...

    For more than three years she wandered the sea, devoid of a captain or crew. But last week, she was found off the coast of Spain, about 3,500 nautical miles from her home in Nantucket. The Queen Bee, a 26-foot pleasure boat, was left to drift after stormy conditions threw her passengers overboard off the coast of Nantucket on Aug. 25, 2008. The ghost boat was found 20 miles off the northern coast of Spain on Jan. 17.


    Joey
    2007 Discovery 246
    5.0L MPI BRAVO III
    The "BAY-BEA"

    #2
    good floatation...

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      #3
      yea it floated for 3 years in the ocean by itself.

      I read the article this morning but I dont remember what type of boat it was, something that started with an R.

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        #4
        biohazard wrote:
        yea it floated for 3 years in the ocean by itself.

        I read the article this morning but I dont remember what type of boat it was, something that started with an R.
        A "Regulator".

        I guess this answers all those future questions "can I can take my Bayliner to the Catalina islands?"
        Rafael Figueira
        1998 Bayliner Capri 1800 LS

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          #5
          that's pretty amazing considering how rough the North Atlantic can get, going to be great advertising for that company..

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