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  1. YachtForums

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    Rogues & Ugly Boats!

    Here's the protocol: if it's different, disproportionate, ill-designed and otherwise
    hard to look at... it's a ROGUE!

    The ROGUES thread is all in fun. This is our motto...

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  2. AMG

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    I really like the Fisher, originally from Fairways Marine next to it. This is probably the 34-footer, but even the small 25┬┤belongs to my favorites!

    Some might think she is a Rogue as well, but not in my eyes... :)

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    A Rogue by Any Other Name

    You know, the kinda boats that hurt the eyes and offend your yachting sensibilities.
    Not always bad boats, but one look says - not for me.
    Anyway, that was the original criteria.
    Add yours here today. :p

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  4. YachtForums

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    I originally spotted this at the Columbus Day Regatta in 2004. A few months later, I had the opportunity go onboard it at the Ft. Lauderdale Show. It was in the brokerage section at the end of the Ft. Lauderdale City Docks. This was a one-off, custom built Tempest. The captain gave me a few more details at the time, but I just can't remember past yesterday. This is very nice boat inside, but from the outside... sorry, it's a ROGUE!

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    Some of our regulars will recognize this. It was docked at the Las Olas Marina for a couple of years, but I haven't seen it recently. At one time it was probably considered very vogue. But today... it's a rogue.

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    tank falls in love with wheelhouse

    tank falls in love with wheelhouse?

    Spotted in my hometown Dordrecht

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  7. YachtForums

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    If it reminds you of a Manta-Ray, it's because it should buried on the bottom...

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  8. YachtForums

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    It's little brother defines the word... "Fugly"! :D

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    This outrigger should be renamed... "outcast".

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    Mother Hubbard's shoe actually floats...?

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    This Cape Scott trawler is kinda cute, but sort of looks like it's been chasing parked cars...

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    It's probably sacriligous to include anything Bannenberg designed, but... what was he thinking? Christina has a beautiful interior, but with that deckhouse... she has the drag coefficient of a Kenworth.

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    Continuing with the YachtForums round-up of ugly ducklings, may I present a boat who's BEST feature is... it's made of wood. :rolleyes:

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  14. YachtForums

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    Anyone remember the KingCat? :p

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    The 65' Bourniquel Cat. Whatta ya think...?

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    How about this beauty...?

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    You want an "ugly" boat... you got it!

    No Joke... this is the 26' UGLY boat. :rolleyes:

    Hard to believe a manufacturer would name their boats Ugly, but they've probably gained more recognition with the name, than their advertising dollars could purchase.

    http://www.uglyboatinc.com/

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    The only curve to be found anywhere on this 74' New Zealand cat is the life ring!!

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    That thing kinda' looks like it was made of LEGO... :confused:
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    HAHA,

    What a fun thread!!! LOL! :D

    Keep the ugly duckling images coming!

    Cheers,

    Mark