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  • Be sure to use extra mooring lines in heavy weather, and don't get caught smuggling arms...

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    To be fair, you could have used a million lines and, for a ship that size in those conditions, there still would have been damage. Mooring lines aren't meant to stop up-and-down movement.
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      Originally posted by CharlieDelta View Post
      To be fair, you could have used a million lines and, for a ship that size in those conditions, there still would have been damage. Mooring lines aren't meant to stop up-and-down movement.
      To be honest, safest thing to do would have been to get the feck off the berth....

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