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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by mr_rainmaker, Jun 20, 2013.
This pic, plus all the issues the cruise lines have had lately, makes me glad I don't work in the shipping industry.
I'll tell you the problem. They used either cardboard or some paper derivative.
That's crazy. Pretty incredible that both halves are still afloat, though.
Another reason why I will never step foot on a boat.
The first thing to pop into my head while looking at that first picture was the cover to Radiohead's "Hail to the Thief."
"There's a gap in between
There's a gap where we meet
Where I end and you begin"
Damn, I'd hate to be expecting something from Singapore right now.
Im not surprised that happened... am surprised, again, it stayed afloat. probably a tense few minutes for some crew members.
Oh I dunno, a bit of gaffer tape and it'll be as good as new!
Joking aside, It's amazing it's still afloat and a good thing no one was injured.
Sealed compartments are a wonderful thing. I say stick an outboard on it and have two boats!
Looks like somebody done goof'd on the welding.
Thats more than a welding problem haha.
Going by the pictures it looks like the waves were somewhat high and the structural stability of the boat, combined with how much shit is on the deck, just couldn't take it.
SOOOO in laymans terms it was "gremlins"
there ya go buddy, science settled,I"ll remember to nominate you for a nobel peace prize.
Fun fact - that sort of split, combined with flooding during a massive storm is what sunk the Edmund Fitzgerald.
this guy explains it brilliantly.. hahaha