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Madsummer graces the docks of Ft. Lauderdale

Discussion in 'Boat Shows & Yacht Watching' started by CapLady, May 17, 2009.

  1. Yacht News

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    Only thing wrong is.......the yachts aren't related :) . A Lurssen, Abeking & Rasmussen and a Mangusta? Two German built and an Italian?
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    haven't you ever heard of the Jolie-Pitts?
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    A boat must remain human. Mangusta is enough for a family of 4, guests and crew.
    The boat in the middle is bigger but awful and not balanced.
    "MadSum" is very balanced and beautiful in terms of colour but too big, as a building on the water.
    In the end, Mangusta is the multipurpose boat, classy, lovely and streamlined, as I like.
    But that's only my opinion ;)
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    You mean that is your Bias! ;)
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    i was in fort lauderdale in february (for my stcw '95 not that that's relevant lol) and i kept hearing everyone at my crew house talk about "madsummer" and how amazing it was so i went on a mission to find it! it wasn't hard to spot! and let me just say that it was PHENOMENAL! it was so gorgeous i fell in love right then and there and my goal is to work as a stew on it one day! :)
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    When you have seen "Mad", nothing is like before. This Mad is, aesthetically speaking, crazy.