Reply by: Barnacles Posted: May. 20, 11:52:30 AM Points: 2365
Can't imagine how a good boat would end up like that... and for 3 weeks. It would take 6 foot waves or a heart attack for me to leave my boat like that. You would think that the Larimer County Sheriff would be all over this one.
I got a boat that keeps me happy . . .that one looks to be someone's problem and I'll let them find a way to float the boat.Anyone know if the lakes going up or down? If the lake is going up,problem solved.
I just read all that legalese and all I can think of is maritime law and maritime court from arrested development. That article is super interestingÖ but Iím sure there is some boyd lake/ municipal rule that would supersede any of that. Hopefully they get their boat back, but as a bank fisherman I say live and learn!
In Florida this happens after hurricanes. I think the problem is with insuring the newly acquired vessel. Pretty sure you will have a hard time insuring a marooned vessel... As in once there is a payout on the vessel it does not get insured again.