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   Aliantha  Tuesday Mar 11 03:45 AM

March 11, 2008: Cargo ship aground in France

Police officers walk near an 88-metre-long cargo vessel, The Artemis, aground on the beach of the western city of Sables-d'Olonne due to a storm. Heavy storms caused travel chaos in Britain on Monday, while France was also battered and three vessels ran into problems in the English Channel, one swept up onto a French beach.
I thought this was an interesting story and quite IotD worthy.

I hope you do too. (this is my first go)

spudcon  Tuesday Mar 11 09:33 AM

Think the cops are giving it a parking ticket?

borisivan  Tuesday Mar 11 10:44 AM

parking ticket?

hahaha heck no, they've come to surrender to their new aqua overlords.

Kel  Tuesday Mar 11 01:07 PM

They'll probably just turn it into a snack bar.

Really though...does anyone know how they will get that thing off the beach?

glatt  Tuesday Mar 11 01:16 PM

Wait for high tide, get a few tugboats, maybe dig a little around it to let some water in.. They will get it back in the water.

Edit: Oh yeah, and they will unload it as much as possible.

monster  Tuesday Mar 11 02:58 PM

Originally Posted by borisivan View Post
hahaha heck no, they've come to surrender to their new aqua overlords.

Freshness Dated  Tuesday Mar 11 03:38 PM

I'm reminded of the Davy Jones Locker hallucinatory dream scene sequences in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

Clodfobble  Tuesday Mar 11 04:08 PM

At least it's bottom-heavy enough that it didn't just fall over on its side.

Aliantha  Tuesday Mar 11 05:58 PM

If it doesn't have much cargo on board, the hull would be full of balast (water) so perhaps that's what's kept the bottom heavy enough not to dump it over on its side. Also, there'd be a keel under there somewhere I guess.

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