The tide — it plays tricks on you. The misadventure of a Southerly in Brittany.

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Southerly-110-Solan-Spirit-stranded-06Needless to hide it, sailing in the ocean, with the large tidal range, can play tricks on you. That’s just what happened to the crew of the Solan Spirit, a Southerly 110, in Pors Even, Brittany.

Leaving the harbor, the boat ran aground on the rocks, and before help could intervene, lo and behold, the tide went out–leaving the boat–in the air! As Marcel Brézellec’s photos show.

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