Hello everyone, this is officially my first post on this forum, although i've been a member for a few months now. I bought myself the P2V for my 30th birthday back in December and its been amazing as most of you may already know with owning your own. I've been flying in New Jersey and New York without a hiccup! I'm currently on a fishing trip in the Florida Keys and decided to bring my machine with me. I flew around the marina, no problems whatsoever. SO, i decide to bring it out with me on the boat (biggest mistake of my life!!) and thats where the disaster happened. I flew for about 75% of the batteries life, taking stills and videos, (all of which i was able to salvage), when i decide to land, disaster struck. The copter began to descend without it being above the boat. I was literally bringing it in for a landing when all of a sudden it got 2-3 feet away from the side of the boat and began descending on its own. Almost as if it was loosing power in mid air. I tried gunning it back up but had no response. I threw the controller at my buddies chest and jumped over board before it reached the water and tried to catch it in mid air as the blades cut through my right hand (meaty part of palm) like a knife through butter. The copter touched the water for a maximum of 3 seconds before tossing it back at my other buddy onboard anticipating the reception of my needless investment he knew i cared so much about. The after math; the battery does NOT light up when the button is pressed, i could definitely tell some salt water intruded the body of the aircraft, cut my knee (on the boat) on my leap of faith attempt of grabbing it mid air, and sliced my hand with the props as previously stated. NOW, i'm not sure what to do. All i've done thus far is air dried it and let it sit on the hotel kitchen counter while i contemplate my next move. I fly back home sunday as depressed as can be. If any of my p2v fellow owners could give me some pointers I'd highly appreciate it. Maybe i can rebuild it?? What a disaster!!