Discussion in 'Popular Yacht Topics' started by YachtForums, Jul 16, 2005.
Oh boy, we've only just started.
Here's a new model that the builder is exceptionally proud of. Looks like an Aqua Panda.
Yes, that is an aviary on top, not a sunroom
2001 59' Harley?
This has been getting a bit of press here in Tampa Bay.
What’s up with that crazy, steel cube yacht that ran aground on Gandy Beach?
Vancouver has a big group of people who try to live cheap in a very expensive city by living on crappy boats anchored either in the nice, protected area in the middle of the city (False Creek) or in the less protected waters of English Bay (just off of Kits Point/Beach).
Some of them resort to interesting add-ons to increase their living space e.g. this Cal 25 with a more permanent pop-top:
This guy decided to go for a much larger living space:
I hear the Missouri Duck Boat company needs a new vessel. With Thanksgiving still in recent memory, how about a nautical name for "turducken." Maybe: BoatRVan?
Stability has to be a real challenge on that puppy, I would imagine
I think this thing is worse than a carver mariner...
Lol... this thing is so ugly it doesn’t make them look good
I think the color on that sportfish might be called "teal"? Here's another splash of color for the rogues thread...
A very blue Bert.
Horrible at all angles..
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Beauty is in eye of the beholder, but this is a practical rogue. How the heck do you get to the bow... nonrub rail so better have an acrobatically skilled crew to handle fenders when coming at a standard dock with pilings. And where do you even hang fenders... no idea what it is,just saw it cruising around with a FYI For Sale flag.
So... arrived at Staniel Cay Big Majors this afternoon after a sloppy run from MIA. I was going to anchor further up and closer to the island when I saw this contraption. I decided to anchor behind so I wouldn’t have to see it from the aft deck.
What the heck were they thinking.... at first from the side I thought there was a taller skylounge MY behind it then I realized it was just one ... thing