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    Boy I was glad I had read this book just before Sandy hit! Living on the coast we are loaded with huge ships! As the storm subsided I ventured out for much needed supplies! Hopped into my trusty Honda and started down the road.As I swing out onto Rt 35 all of a sudden there it is a 35ft ChrisCraft blocking the center lane. A quick jerk of the wheel avoided a fiberglassed smash up. Only to encounter a 40ft cabin cruiser taking up the left close call again..while these ships are not as huge as the ones in the book the lesson's learned and applied here work just as well. Only problem is I hope a third edition comes out before the next storm
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