Skipper Benji White could hardly have anticipated such a post tea horror show after an unbeaten 101 by former Hartley Wintney cricketer cricketer Danny Plume (pictured by Dave Vokes) had piloted Bramshaw to 238-8.
But then bit by bit and wicket by wicket Shanklin fell to pieces, with Michael Kingston (whose figures of 5-9 included four wides) taking his first wicket with two runs on the board.
Shanklin then lost three more wickets with the score at 7, compounded by another five wickets for one run (Joe Coombes 4-5) to stagger to 13 for nine ! Six batsmen made ducks.
Evergreen all-rounder Andy White, who has seen a thing or two in his long and creditable island career, emerged from the smart, fully renovated Westhill pavilion to almost double the Shanklin total himself by making 12, including one of the two boundaries his side hit.
White and last man Nathan Moore denied Bramshaw for a combined total of 94 balls, adding 24 before the the New Forest visitors clinched their double-century victory in the 29th over.
To compound island misery (and there was plenty of that with car ferries breaking down), much fancied Ryde suffered a thumping eight-wicket defeat by Bishop's Waltham at Hardings Shute.
Ryde sank to 51-6 before Ben Gregory (50) and Julion Jayerajah (44) took them to 155 - a total Bishop's Waltham polished off with Luke Carvey hitting 75 not out.