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40 comments

  1. I DONT KNOW BUT I WAS SO HAPPY WHEN MY BOAT SANK.. I BOUGHT IT FOR 100,000 INSURED IT FOR 180,000, JACKPOT!

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  2. 6 minutes of my life I will never get back. Nothing more than an ad for an overpriced Tee shirt.

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  3. No boatyard with Travel Lift to tow the boat to?

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  4. Why you crying? Your boat sank so insurance kicks in you get money go buy a new one' Perhaps you didnt have insurance and that would be your own fault' Either way if that is the only problem in your life count yourself lucky'

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  5. He said this was never expected meaning that his boat would sink. Gee do you think that had something to do with the fact that it did…

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  6. Boat does not sink…. wth…

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  7. its pretty clear what happened. you had a boat who was probably born, and at heart a submarine. Its whole life it had been told it was a boat, had been treated as a boat, called a boat. Yet the whole time it felt inside that it wasn't a boat. It identified with the underwater boats, the submarines. So when it felt confident and comfortable enough it decided it would no longer live life as everyone else said it should. It came out of the closet (so to speak). Embrace it and support it's bravery, its still your underwater boat.

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  8. Harbormaster called me, boat on bottom of my marina slip. Miserable friggin day.

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  9. lol this has to be the 3rd YouTube video about water music sinking… like stop buying the crap boat. I inspected it a few years ago …. big nope.

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  10. Insurance job by looks

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  11. Where do these people come from?

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  12. Omg Just let me eat it you'll feel so much better

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  13. $25 T-shirt solicitation.

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  14. I can’t believe that happened to you guys 😢😢😢 I’m so sorry

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  15. Insurance claim……. worst nightmare!

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  16. SORRY FOR UR LOSS GUYS !!!! I can relate to the feeling….I grew up in Hull and lost EVERYTHING I owned to a storm that flooded our house. It was on the market, had just passed papers, and We had everything packed in boxes in the basement ready to move when the storm hit

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  17. what would be the odds if i told you completely unrelated I'm just looking through YouTube and see your story. At the same time not two days before was considering buying your boat…this boat!!! I would have never even known if I did not see the stern and name of your vessel. Its still up for grabs. But the description that they have is obviously incorrect. And i quote "It was reported that the sink was removed due to renovations. The plumbing was removed from the sink however still attached to the hose section. The static waterline was well below the plumbing fitting. This caused the plumbing to leak under choppy sea conditions. The vessel took on water above the cabin sole. Over all the vessel shows well and for the right offer it could be yours!

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    We suspect the Yanmar engine runs however can not guaranty longevity.

    Also local here in Boston. I live in MA as well hence why i saw it.

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  18. Such a nice and new looking boat… Smells of insurance job lol

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  19. Air bladders and pumps, they don't take up much space and would've saved the day.

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  20. Typical American phoney drama queens…

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  21. stuff  happens

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  22. Auto bilge pump is a much needed thing on a boat more at sea

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  23. Tell All your Paytreons this boat did not sink,and Your Friend's.Tell Them how It's Not On The bottom,why Do you Leave Out so much.??? My Friend Is the Man Who Helpped you Save It.Tell Them,so they Know the Truth.They All Feel Bad About this…

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  24. Are you serious!!!!??? NOOOOOOOOO… I have no idea why but always when my internet goes down for a couple of months I come back and something bad happens to one of my favourite creators!!!! Sorry dude. I'll try to keep the internet up and running to prevent any more bad luck

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  25. What is the lastest .ha,ve been wondering

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  26. keep gling

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  27. Happened to me. Harbormaster called at 5 am, boat is under 4 feet of water. 100 miles away couldn't get there fast enough. Harbormaster wonderful found a ballsy little repair crew and finally back in the water. A lot less dramatic and hysterical than these two. And no freebies like t shirts.

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  28. First world problems. Get another boat. Continue with your playtime.

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  29. We had a similar experience with our Newport 30, but luckily it was at the slip.

    It turned out the packing of the prop shaft was leaking. This is common, and resetting the gland should be routine. But we didn't know. We didn't notice a leak because the bilge pump was handling it easily. But some joker disconnected our connection to dock-side power (probably to steal some) and did not reconnect it. So when the batteries ran down, the cabin filed. We had over 2 feet in there! Luckily a high volume pump from a rental store handled the flooding fairly quickly. Then the cleanup Uhhhg! Hope you came out ok.

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  30. Your boat sank slowly than the shigure and the umikaze

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  31. I know how you guys feel. My family and I just lost everything in a house fire. It really sucks and it is so hard to keep your head up.

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  32. Update: just received order. Nice shirts! Will make good gifts for friends and family. Hope u two are doing better. Maybe see u one day out there. Happy Sails!

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  33. wonder how many landlubbers who "go boating" are sitting there giggling at someone ese's misfortune, wait til they have their turn. I was struck by a large wave and my wife seriously injured and the idiots on the jetty were all laughing their heads off and pointing, we bailed out though, and injuries healed.

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  34. Now kids, Here's the trick: "don't let your boat sink". LOL. Just kidding 😉 Best of luck guys. I hope you overcome this obstacle. I know you are. You will look back and laugh one day.

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  35. So sorry for your lost, but the main thing is that you two are alive and safe to buy another boat later on. Just remember those who lost everything in those bad storms.

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  36. Heart breaking to see that happening

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  37. Hope you guys find another one

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  38. Hey guys! Just saw you on the Tula's Endless Summer vlog and so sorry to hear about your boat. I really think your Wicked Salty brand could become something big, just like "Salt Life", with bumper stickers, clothing and all the other stuff they make. But anyway, hope you all find a new boat to continue your adventures soon!

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  39. I am not a boat owner but I watch Tula's and learned of your trouble. I feel sad for you but hope things work out for you and you find a new lady to sail around on and search for your dream. Dave.

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  40. I will give you 5% of my sales profit to help you. All buyers who Say that they are buying for the sunken boat, you will get 5%. My new website is find101.ca

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