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  1. HTMO9

    HTMO9 Senior Member

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    I got it!!! This is the new version of "Disco Volante" They are able to swing out the upper part and having a second boat to escape with.:D

    You may call me conservative, but DV was looking much better.

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    When are the Puma logo and laces being installed? It surely is FIFA compliant!

    The pool is nice but it is also a magnifying glass for the rays heading to the deck below. This is an ecentric design for sure, and I would love to see how many cameras will be deployed in all directions to compensate for the lack of view. I think it should even have wing stations that extend well out of the hull for docking. Wanna see how the fenders will be put out. Lots of "Hows" that only time will answer!

    A bold move by heesen to do this design and to market it as an achievement will be a challenge.
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    Reminds me of Alamshar. It's... different.
  4. HTMO9

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    Tender to "Crazy Me"

    Here is her tender, after all a RR. And the viz out of the cockpit is at least as good.:)

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    "Crazy Me" older but prettier sister called "Adler"
    Same designer Cary Grant.

    this design seems to work much better.

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    "Adler" is probably where most of the design elements came from!
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    Nice find! Probably the same owner.
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    Ombree your bad, you ruined my day. But at least, for the first time, we could see the wheelhouse, it has one !!!! :eek:. And it looks like, the skipper has some kind of view out of it.
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    It looks so heavy.

    The design studio must have some really good talkers to convince the new owner that he has bought a beauty.
    I can't imagine that Heesen will put this yacht on any of the adverts.

    Seems like the new owner bought a Lada niva. While paying for a Range rover.
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    With respect to all kinds of humour, I do not believe that any of the involved persons had to be convinced of anything. The have achieved exactly what they wanted. A controversy design, everbody talks about. Like us :p; the yard, the designer and the owner, they are on everyone's lips.
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    Umm where is the rest of the top of the yacht? it was taken off because it5 had to pass under low bridges or this was a pic before the mast was added?
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    What is amazes me the most on this floating gym shoe, is the fact, that this boat is almost 165 ft long. From a forward aspect angle, it looks like an average 100 ft boat.
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    Every day, I learn more about American English. Now I understand the expression: Go ugly early !!! :D
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    David, how comes I can't see the videos on your site?
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    As far as I know YT embedding works on my site? The videos don't play? Technical problem? (All are public)

    The entire list of what I have on YT is here:

    Dutchmegayachts - YouTube
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    to me they just appear as Black boxes with no content in them on your site. I have seen all of them directly on YT though so no worries but I was just letting you know.
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  19. davidwb

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    I was quite stunned when I saw Crazy Me the first time, but now that I've seen her three times and seen her move around I've become more accustomed to her relatively extreme styling: low overall height of the boat, seen from straight ahead a menacing stance, bridge looks a bit like a jet fighter canopy mixed with Star Wars design aspects, streamlined and unique.

    Like the styling of some cars, it sometimes takes a bit of time and "getting used to" before you can appreciate something.
    She already looks good here in Holland, and will no doubt be a hit in the Med!

    Certainly not a boring design and, imo, she's fascinating to look at.