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Old Jul 06, 2007, 12:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Brooks
While on the subject of rescue, may I suggest that you install a marker buoy on your Schooner, with a line long enough to reach the surface of whatever water body you are traversing. The buoy could be a freely detaching fitting of some sort, something you'd normally find on deck. The line needn't be strong enough to haul the ship back to the surface, just something strong enough to support a buoy to let you know where to dive to recover the ship. Accidents happen: I read of a guy whose schooner was run down by a paddle boat - it remained floating, fortunately, but if it had sunk, a marker buoy would have been comforting, I bet.
when Celestia went down, I dived in straight after it and made my way over to it in a straight line, the guilty RC hover circling where she had gone under, tapped hull with feet and got a safe retrival
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