The sailboat that ran into the Rocks yesterday came apart in the night. The deck has separated from the hull and everything that was inside, is now coming out. The small swell is tearing apart what remains of the boat and debris covered the shoreline at sunrise. We got the call out early to the core group of surfers and to the CG Auxiliary crew. Over the course of 6 hours, we managed to pull quite a bit of the debris and trash from the shore and get it over the dune and into the parking lot for further disposal by the USCG or boat owner. Sadly, the boat continues to come apart and debris still litters the line-up and will be washing ashore for quite some time. Bummed this happened but stoked to see the efforts of my friends and fellow surfers that love this little corner of coastline we call the ROCKS.