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The fact that the diesels don't seem to have quit despite one stack under water and the other flattened to deck level, to say nothing of a few gallons of water sloshing around is also impressive.

It probably also provided an excellent example of what "securing for sea" really means.

I would guess that they were trying to time the bridge opening to minimize their own speed adjustments. 'Course, when it didn't open quite as quickly or completely as expected it really got exciting quickly.

<sigh>...remembering the rolls and deciding that retirement isn't all that bad....

Regards,
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