Well that was interesting.
Here's the wreck of the Morning Glory. I piled up all the stuff that might be saved, but some of that most likely will get tossed.
The keel is completely off the boat. The tow guys had to remove the mast to be able to bring it in. With the keel gone the mast was the ballast and flipped the boat over. Due to the hatches being missing a lot of stuff just drifted out to sea.
Much of my wife's gear ended up plastered to the port hull side mixed in with sand and shells. Most of my gear went out to sea. All the electronics are toast. To my surprise I was able to recover all the parts to the head. It was clean as a whistle after being washed in the sea. I guy at the boat landing offered to buy it from me and I was happy to sell it. One less thing to pack in the car.
I'm running all the clothes through the wash and most of it will be fine. It's going to take some time to work though all the gear, but I'm in no hurry. It's an R&R day.
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