Wedding on a ship turns into a 7 hour disaster as boat runs aground
They're lucky it just ran aground, last time I saw a documentary on a three hour cruise, things really went awry.
Gilligan's Island Opening Theme from Season Two "The Professor and Mary Anne"
If Maddog remembers correctly this documentary ran about 50 hours!
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Maddogswif just stopped by and gave me the stink eye, cross arms, and head tilt. We may have been wrong to use the word "documentary."
This, er, "documentary" was so important in Maddog's first roommates life that he used to routinely skip class to watch. Heh.
Back to the story at hand. "And told ABC: 'There were coast guards, everyone was moving, , people were screaming - it was crazy!'
But despite the misfortune, the positive couple didn't let it ruin their day and took the party to a nearby bar."
Oh come on, the damn boat just ran aground in Boston harbor, it wasn't torpedoed, in the lonely reach of the North Atlantic. Frankly, it would seem a good plan by the boat owners to nose the boat up on a sand bar, just to get the wedding goers to hit the bar for 7 hours!
"According to the Globe, the crew of the Majesty will remain with the vessel which 'will be moved when the tides improve.'
No one was injured and the couple are now heading to Brazil on their honeymoon."
Brazil? Really? Between the Zika, and the violent crime they should have a ripping good time, this boat fiasco should be nothing more than light limbering up exercises.
By improve, do they mean rise? Because they will need more water to float this boat.
Best wishes, Maddog fondly remembers his honeymoon, in Banff, just after the new year, you know where it is ripping cold, and staying inside under the covers is nearly always a good idea! Maddog and wife were married on New Years Eve, and then spent a short week partying with the wedding guests before toddling off to party with friends in Coeur d'Alene, before finally whisking off to Bannf. We skied, shopped, dined, and had a great time, Maddog recommends it as a winter honeymoon vacation spot for hardy souls.