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Hello Kraffy,
You said « … Hav'nt seen her for a while ».
You probably know that this HMS Bounty replica sunk on October 25, 2012 during Hurricane Sandy when, after leaving New London (Connecticut) she was heading for St. Petersburg, Florida.
Have a look on : http://www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-adventure/Sunk-The-Incredible-Truth-About-a-Ship-That-Never-Should-Have-Sailed.html?page=all

Best regards,
Freddy.
 

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Hello Kraffy,
You said « … Hav'nt seen her for a while ».
You probably know that this HMS Bounty replica sunk on October 25, 2012 during Hurricane Sandy when, after leaving New London (Connecticut) she was heading for St. Petersburg, Florida.
Have a look on : http://www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-adventure/Sunk-The-Incredible-Truth-About-a-Ship-That-Never-Should-Have-Sailed.html?page=all

Best regards,
Freddy.
 

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I think it was a different vessel that sank in Hurricane Sandy. This is the Australian Bounty Replica.
 

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Hi Kraffy,

Sister Eleff is right. You couldn’t see the BOUNTY (III) in Australia because since 2007 she is at home in Hong Kong. I’ve own pictures of both BOUNTYs.

http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=1837448

Regards,
Werner
 

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