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Perini Navi - Maltese Falcon; Sailing Yacht

Discussion in 'Perini Navi Yacht' started by hufloas, Jan 10, 2005.

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  1. brian eiland

    brian eiland Senior Member

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    Rail dipping on that big a boat is impressive.
  2. YachtForum

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    Ditto! :cool:
  3. Yacht News

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    Anyone for a swim?
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  5. Kevin

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    Awesome pic Jed! :D That has the same impact as the TWINE pic I use as an avatar.... excellent stuff.
  6. brian eiland

    brian eiland Senior Member

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    Super Photo of Maltese Falcon

    The new magazine "Supersail World" published by Yachting World has just come out with a very intriquing photo shot by Sargentini Giuliano.

    I just couldn't resist letting all those interested in this vessel miss this shot.

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    Veryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Nice shots there Brian...but are u sure u can post the pic with those signatures in it?...just a thought..
  8. brian eiland

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    I did try to find the photographer's site to ask him, but did not find one. And just today I met the editor of Yachting World at the Annapolis Show, but forgot to ask him. But I did give credit to both, and I'm pretty sure they won't dislike the exposure.
  9. Roys Luciano

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    Maltese Falcon at night

    2 pictures :)

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    Very nice Roys......she almost looks like Andomeda La dea with the underwater kit. She is indeed very pretty at night!
  11. jediwhite

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    FAO Roys Luciano

    Dear Mr Luciano
    I know our yacht is awesome and spectacular BUT please stop using our photographs (these two were taken by George Gill and have NOT been authorised for anybody else to use except certain sub contractors)
    We are easy to approach and normally give photos willingly and free BUT do not appreciate people 'stealing' them
    Once again if you wish to contact us ALL our e-mail addresse are on our website www.symaltesefalcon.com
  12. AMG

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    Sorry Jed,

    Pictures are deleted now. Despite we are "educating" our members in copyrights and what pictures can be posted, sometimes our members would like to show their findings...:eek:
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    Thanks

    Dear AMG and Mr Luciano and All

    We really appreciate the interest in our yacht and I am continually amazed at the ability of the 'Forum' members to find articles and photos for the web.
    I would like to know where Mr Luciano got these photos from because we have deliberately kept them under wraps so a few sub-contractors can use them 'exclusively' for their advertising. We try to put as many interesting photos on our site as possible but have been extremely busy and apologise for our slackness in updating the site. I am trying to find the time to put together a package for the 'Forum' and hopefully it will happen sooner rather than later.
    Once again keep up the good work and please let us know if you want specific photos or info.
    Regards and thanks
    Jed
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    Thanks Jed,

    We can not have enough of MF pictures...;)

    Here is one of mine when your fleet was preparing for the Monaco show...

    /Lars

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    Dear Jed,

    Sorry for posting the 2 pictures, I found them on the web, I found the pictures verry nice, with the underwaterlights. I always like the picturs of yachts taken at night where you can see the styling with the lights.

    Ciao Roys Luciano
  16. GrahamF

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    Hi all

    Here are some photos i took of MF anchored just outside of Porto Fino during the summer.

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  17. GrahamF

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    Mf

    Here are some more pictures
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    Nice pics....how comes the long tailing streamer on the mizzen mast?
  19. Castlerock

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    In the book of flag edicate, the streamer is know as a Homecoming Pennant. The lenght of the pennant signifies the lenght of the voyage, must have been a really long voyage for Mr. P to get to this point in his life where he feels that he is now home.
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    Maybe it signifies the "voyage" of getting her built...?