Discussion in 'Popular Yacht Topics' started by YachtForums, Jul 16, 2005.
Here's one we spotted on Lake Pleasant, AZ. A face not even a mother could love.
I am speechless
A contender for this thread? ~30m of wood...
Above is my submission
It currently listed for sale in Boston Craigslist
(I have no interest in or connection to the boat at all)
I don't think guitars are ugly in general, but a guitar as a boat is ugly.
Luhrs OEM aft cabin?
With this guy in charge, I'm thinking spare gas tanks,...., argh!
I know this is your typical Southeast Asian ferry, but I've never liked them, and this one, as usual, flaunts all safety conventions;
If you think that's bad,.....
And for the red neck who has everything;
And my personal favorite, if for some odd reason you've ever wondered what I look like;
Would this "high speed" inland waterway ferry qualify for being called UGLY ?!!!
And I can assure you, in reality she looks much worse than on these pictures .
The poor old Cosmic Muffin sure has fallen onto hard times
In the "trailer boat" class of yachts (seriously!) or possibly a new yachting sector called Dorys with Deckhouses, here's a new contribution to this thread...
This ‘boat on wheels’ is definitely not seaworthy, but looks great at The Louwman Museum at The Hague (NL)
More Museum info:
The Turin bodywork manufacturer Coriasco built this striking Fiat 1100-based vehicle in the 1950s to make publicity for a sailing school in Bologna, the Scuola Nautica Scarani. Coriasco applied all sorts of nautical details to the car, such as portholes, lifebuoys and a varnished wooden deck; the mudguards represent the water and waves.
As early as the 1920s Coriasco was building coachwork for Fiat, Ceirano and Itala. The firm then concentrated predominantly on light lorries and delivery vans. In the 1970s they reverted to passenger cars, among which a station-wagon version of the Fiat 127.
Seen on Craigslist...brrrr
Came across this while deleting batches of old news items. This may have been previously posted, but just in case I present the 70' DynaCraft, the waterborne equivalent to the Triumph TR7... the shape of things to come?
I got ya'll beat. Behold!
That started out life as a 42' Uniflite!
In the "also ran" category ...
And for the well to do Country pop star;