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Can you identify this yacht?

Discussion in 'General Yachting Discussion' started by psdo, Apr 20, 2006.

  1. Yacht News

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    Wabi Sabi

    It looks like Wabi Sabi, which was in Auckland. I could not see a name on her either. AIS showed her as Wabi Sabi
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    WOW I think you are right!!!

    I am impressed!!!
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    Interesting that she has no names on her, which leads me to believe she is Wabi Sabi. The owner had a 130 WP before which had the largest name boards I'd ever seen, well after a trip to the great lakes and pictures of the boat showing up in a lot of local papers, he had them all removed and just had a small name on the transom in vinyl letter put between the swim platform steps and would cover it up any time in port. I guess with AIS he can not hide the name.
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    Check out current photo of Wabi Sabi on Facebook "Superyachts in Auckland"
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    Does anyone know the maker of this dark monster?

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    Built in 2005 by Rodriguez and had an extensive refit at Solent refit in 2012.
    Seems like they have done a good job.
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    Incredible transformation…

    Originally launched in 2005 as LIGHT BLUE; the first of the Rodriquez 38m Custom Line, followed by Amapolla in 2007 and Odyssey in 2008.

    She had deteriorated to laid-up condition and in 2010 went through two (2) auction cycles with neither drawing reserve. Finally, CAT-Finance credit bid on the third auction (+/- €1.2m), took possession, and financed the necessary works to bring her operational. Subsequently in 2011 CAT secured a Buyer in the €3.5m range and settled out.

    Bravo to her new owner, for a well delivered resurrection.

    Below is a shot of Light Blue in 2006.

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    Builder

    The boss saw this over in fisher island. This is the only pic I have, can anyone tell me who built it. It's 55' and had 'national' on the side.
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    It looks like an Italian-built Continental 50 by CNM

    CNMContinental 50 tender Barche di lusso Yacht di Lusso
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    I really like that, and from the website, if you get C-18's she claims to do 54 kts, that's haulin in a boat like that. Can't wait to see one!
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    I don't know if this is general knowledge now, since the post is three years old at the time of my posting, but I found out the info on this boat. I found this forum because the picture is making the rounds on the "neat stuff" groups, and nobody seemed to know anything about it. It doesn't look like the info was posted already, so...

    It's a 27.5' replica of George Crouch's Impshi, called Hornet, built by Mark Mason / New England Boat and Motor in 2008. It was advertised at ~$400k, and is listed on their site now as "sold."
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    Activity at the Weser River

    On my photo tour at the Weser River today, I saw this yacht at the Fassmer Yard. Because I had to look into the sun, I was unable to read her name. Can anybody identify this yacht?

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    Then she would be the former Rossy Navi Numptia? When was she sold and renamed?
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    Thanks for the information, I've been looking for that for a while now, and could only find that picture and no info. Cheers

    Far

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