The crew of the Brenta B-60 Minnic dodged a big bullet over the weekend after capsizing; an impact with a rock in the Swedish Archipelago knocked off the bulb of the lightweight racer/cruiser on one of the many rocks on the East Coast.
Christopher Carlbom was with the crew who rescued them. “A 60-foot sailboat with five people on board, including 2 teenagers, ran aground on which the keel was broken off and overturned,” he wrote on Facebook. “We picked up a person from the water and rescued by another boat to get on board the other. That was the case very well, only minor injuries and a very traumatized guy.”
Builder, designer, and more info on the B60 here.
Thanks to Blur.SE for the story, via SA’er ‘Knut Grotske’ in the thread.