40491Re: [SabreSailboat] Re: Sandy's Devastation in Raritan Bay, NJ
- Nov 8, 2012We need to support all the people who have had their Sabre boats damaged; Advise on loss management, repairs, surveys, insurance, emotional support, etc. Lets do it! Lets stick together help those who have lost. Anything we can do! Peace Out, Dan.On Thu, Nov 8, 2012 at 4:31 PM, Dave Lochner <davelochner@...> wrote:With all the hurricane damaged boats coming on the market next spring, is it time to form a support group for those of us who sometimes indulge if the fantasy of a Sabre restoration so that we can maintain our sanity and relationships with significant others?DaveOn Nov 8, 2012, at 3:36 PM, Blake Kelley wrote:
Yes, but it’s a good question.
So what happened to the car? Do you have collision insurance on the boat?
On 11/8/2012 3:10 PM, Blake Kelley wrote:
I also am an RYC member and my Sabre 36 is also at Morgan Marina on land but was lifted by water surge and moved across a roadway before crashing into a parked car but appears to have sustained little damage. The problem is that no one knows what mat have happened to the vessel before it came to rest, albeit precariously leaning against the car. Need to check/survey to determine extent of damage. We have all been reading this Sabre blog long enough to know that gouged toe rails could result in leaks that are difficult to fix. My engine exhaust pipe was cracked off and I wonder what damage may have been caused to the engine. Keel damage? Stem damage? Damage to rigging. Many questions possible. But, as far as I know, people were not hurt at either RYC or Morgan. It is a tragedy.
S/V “Twin Lights”
1986 Sabre 36
Perth Amboy, NJ
I heard a little about RYC. (I am in New Brunswick, NJ without power.) I am really sorry to hear this. Serenity Now, my Sabre 36, is on the hard at Atlantic Highlands Marina. I have no idea what condition the boat is in. I have heard that the marina is in terrible shape and
some boats are seriously damaged, but no one is allowed in. (In fact a phone message
from the marina said that boat owners would be arrested if they came in to check
on they before the marina is officially reopened!) No one could imagine that the
surge would reach up to the yard -- I think we are talking at least 20 ft not 10! It
might have been better to stay on the mooring. (A friend did, and came through
fine.) In any case, if anyone on this list has any info about Atlantic Highlands, please send me a note: mcglewj@.... Thanks, Jim
--- In Sabresailboat@yahoogroups.com, Dave Evans <dave@...> wrote:
> Sorry to see this. We bought a boat from a member of the RYC last
> century and I thought of the club and all the boats in the yard during
> the storm. Cadence did quite well!
> On 10/31/2012 10:11 AM, adamturinas wrote:
> > We had it especially bad on Monday. Storm was at its highest at high
> > lunar tide, blowing right down Raritan Bay.
> > My club, Raritan Yacht Club was devastated. 30+ boats in the yard,
> > smashed to pieces including Sinn Fein, multiple times winner of
> > Newport-Bermuda. Buildings and stairs in the yard wiped out. But most
> > importantly nobody hurt.
> > My Sabre 38 MkII Cadence was on the hard in marina, up a creek, half a
> > mile up from the Bay. The docks were were destroyed, dozens of yachts
> > on the hard washed off their stands. Boats from neighbouring yards
> > washed into ours.
> > I was extremely lucky. Cadence was pinned in place by two other boats.
> > A motor boat had washed up out of the creek held her starboard. To
> > port, the next boat toppled over and pinned her from the other side.
> > Cadence had two stands left by the morning but stayed in place. Some
> > cosmetic damage and bashed up stanchions but I believe otherwsie intact.
> > You can see phtos of my yacht, the yard and RYC on my blog:
> > http://messingaboutinboats.typepad.com/sailing/
> > I hope others escaped both personal and boat harm
> > Adam
> > Cadence, S38 MkII 109
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