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Discussion in 'Wally Yacht' started by YachtForum, Nov 15, 2006.

  1. YachtForum

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    At first, I thought it was workboat from Rybo gone AWOL. First time I've seen one of these varmits out & about...

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  2. Kevin

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    Sexy!!

    Any idea where she came from?
  3. YachtForum

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    Not sure. First time I've seen the little critter 'round these parts.
  4. Ken Bracewell

    Ken Bracewell Senior Member

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    She showed up at Rybovich while I was out of town.
    No sign of any acitivity around it though.
  5. Yacht News

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    Indeed it is a bit strange. Wallys are usually found in Europe.
  6. airship

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    Indeed, it's a luverly concept. I'd prefer the overnight version though - without having that ugly Bertram (?) -like fold-up plastic tent.

    On the minus side, these Wally tenders are "a little on the large side" for yer average 70ft trawler yacht owner wanting to carry a fast tender...?! :(

    Prolly cost as much as the 70ft trawler yacht itself too... :eek:

    Heck, I only used 2 emoticons + this one... ;)

    PS. Wallys were not only found in Europe but in fact extremely prevalent in the Washington DC area. That is until our cousins got rid of Donald Rumsfeld & Co., and then they became rare...?! [Self-evident emoticon]
  7. CTdave

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    A regular sight here in Connecticut. The owner also has a very nice Wally sailboat.

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  8. Yacht News

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    Speaking of these Wally tenders.. i've been wondering if they paint these in any other colours other than the customary grey...? well i have seen the metalic copper colour as well.. but other than those.. are they any other colours? I'm sure these tenders would look good in other colours.

    And just as i was about to post this i ran into the same Wally Tenders on the Wally website with a shot of them in about 4 different colours. This now satisfies the answer to my question.
    http://www.wally.com/jumpCh.asp?idUser=0&idChannel=41&idLang=IT&idProd=32&attivo=undefined&txtStartRecord=8
  9. AMG

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    We have recently got one here in Stockholm as well. I´ll post a picture soon since the ice is almost gone now...:)

    Here she is now, waiting for the summer...

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  10. Kevin

    Kevin YF Moderator

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    I'd imagine they (Wally) will paint a tender any color the buyer would like... especially when they want the tender to match the primary Wally. ;)
  11. blazeboss

    blazeboss New Member

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    Does anyone think it would be fun to see a large yacht named Wally with a tender named Beaver,besides myself?
  12. CaptEvan

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    Only if they were in need of major a refit. :)

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  13. blazeboss

    blazeboss New Member

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    Great photo captnevan,Looks to me like a major refit could be well tolerated least 2 out of 3 of the old gang !I also am former resident of greatlakes area if you cout Naperville!

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