It Looks to be broken (the rim a darker colour) and what seems to look like part of the spoke of the wheel silver-ish
Yup - you got it. But I'd bet you didn't spot that the wheel is smashed the complete opposite way to what you'd expect. You'd think that the boat would come to a sudden stop and the pilot would crash into the wheel bending it away from himself but take a close look and you'll see that quite the opposite has happened.
The reason, we think, is that the steering box, and therefore the column and the wheel, were mounted to the same fixings as the front spar. Lots of T60 steel angle plates. Because the centre hull twisted itself from under the front spar, which was kept more or less level by the buoyancy of the sponsons as the hull rolled, the fixings gave up one by one and what actually happened is that the boat came to a sudden stop and the spar carried on, ripping the column and wheel through the structure on its way out.
I'm only a plumber from Cannock...
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