Yeah, that's what Rick said. I also think that she'll roll more to Starboard, but maybe this is the time to really get serious about re-floating her in order to get her upright. We can't allow the twisting of the aft hull to continue like this and, honestly, allowing her to list detracts from her dignity and visitors' opinions of her and of the park.

A rough calculation of the amount of water needed: assume a 325' foot diameter cylinder and 12' of water... (Pi x 162.5^2 x 12) = 995492 cubic feet of water or 7,446,797 US Gallons of water. According to a fire fighting website, pumper trucks can pump anywhere from 500 gpm to 2,500 gpm. Worst case scenario, it would take 248 hours to fill the basin with one pumper running at 500 gpm. Best case scenario is 50 hours. Of course, you have a large object in the middle called the Batfish that's in the way (over 1,500 tons displacement on the surface, but that's with a full war load). Still, I don't see a fire department giving up a pumper truck for even 35 or 40 hours.

Maybe we need to rip open the basin dam with a large excavator and do it like it was done in 1972.