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Re: Re: Re: Possible solution ... may not be practical


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Posted by Chuck Tribolet on November 12, 2009 at 06:19:21:

In Reply to: Re: Re: Possible solution ... may not be practical posted by Ken Kurtis on November 11, 2009 at 21:50:43:

I'd suggest contacting the Aggressor Fleet and Peter Hughes. They
have tropical moorings for vessels larger than any we have in
California diving. I believe they are done by drilling a hole in the rock, and concreting in a eyebolt, and a nylon line up to
submerged buoy.

And yes, you can pour concrete underwater. It doesn't "dry", it
sets because of chemical reaction between the portland cement
and water to form an insoluble. (I spent a college summer working
at Tucson Rock and Sand).


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