The only thing larger than the waves at Lagundri Bay yesterday was the boat that got caught in the middle of it all. Luckily, there was no one onboard as it was anchored in the water when the line snapped, as reported by Yahoo.

For now, no one has claimed ownership of the boat or moved it out of the way, according to SURFER Magazine. Fortunately, there were no injuries or casualties.

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“This morning when we woke up, a lot of people were tripping out that they (whoever owns the boat) didn't move it because the swell is supposed to grow,” photographer Ryan “Chachi” Craig told SURFER Magazine. “I’ve actually been using it as a marker for where I was in the lineup. It was that close to the wave. Eventually, around mid-morning, it lost its anchor or whatever and started drifting into the lineup. Everyone started paddling away with some determination to get anywhere they could other than where the impact zone was, because if a bigger set came and everyone got caught inside there would’ve been a really bad situation.”

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