Inside a ship cabin during a large storm


...dang

WHy isn't everything locked down on boats?  All doors should be lockable ... wtf.

clattymine -


WHy isn't everything locked down on boats?  All doors should be lockable ... wtf.

This

clattymine - 


WHy isn't everything locked down on boats?  All doors should be lockable ... wtf.


It's called "secure for sea." And his stateroom isn't.

An a destroyer not even the Captain would have a stateroom that big. 9-12 enlisted men would be expected to share that space, or 4 chief's/officers.

And those rolls weren't even 20 degrees. That's NOTHING for a tin can (Destroyer). You're not REALLY rolling until you hit 30-40 degree rolls.

On my old Destroyer all the large outside equipment had shear pins designed to pop and allow the equipment to fall off if we ever took a REALLY big roll. The radars were designed to fall off at 45 degrees, the missile launchers at 47 degrees, and the five inch gun mounts at 49 degrees.

Someone should retitle the video "Poltergeist attacks dorm room" and re-upload it youtube. See how many views we can get.

CoughSyrupOD - Someone should retitle the video "Poltergeist attacks dorm room" and re-upload it youtube. See how many views we can get.


Yeah, that's what it looks like.

clattymine -


WHy isn't everything locked down on boats?  All doors should be lockable ... wtf.

When I was in the business "130 ft research boat" everything was tied or latched down because shit would go flying.