Discussion in 'Downeast Boat Pictures' started by El Mar, Sep 2, 2011.
I think you were right!
I think it was a bad shot for the whale. Is the whale tangled in the line off the port stern ?
I'm not quite sure what happened to the whale but if you look closely the boat is tied off to the whale and there is a shark diving cage off the starboard quarter. Looks like this boat found a gold mine for their diving customers.
The dog on the rooftop lol classic
he's a member, maybe he can chime in. I seem to remember a Facebook post about it. I could be imagining things though.
Looks like the old Mundus trick tie off to a dead whale?????
At first i thought it was a cow with a baby, but after the last post i see theyre tied off to the dead whale and thats a white shark next to the boat, wild.
It's a 31 Duffy
Greetings from Brunswick Georgia, took a nice ride on a shrimp boat, almost got enough for a cocktail.
Live in Portsmouth NH and decided to drive the coast up to Portland ME last week. Took this pic of Perkins Cove with my iPhone on the way.
What is last sight rigged for? Looks great.
thats me a few years back when the whites first started showing off chatham..great day for all involved (except the humpty).. it had been dead a while and was drifting, i made some calls, we had some bios from WHOI, along with dr greg skomal, couple nat geo cameramen etc.. pretty exciting, she swam around the boat for 6 hours.. 17' and estimated 3200lbs..
we got one of the 1st sat tags (in the northeast) in her while she glided by.
named her "curly" for the curved tip on her dorsal. tracked down the coast to georgia, took a left and the tag popped off in the sargasso sea..
she and the rest of the crew can be seen on nat geo (shark week) "jaws comes home"
photo credit goes to wayne davis. oceanaerials.com
How did i know that was you ??
Don, because you know everyone.
Not so John, I knew Curly but I didn't know the whale.
You been sleeping all winter?
Set up for kingfishing. Boats lives down in florida now. Was previously the Destiny
Wow, never would have recognized her.