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Discussion in 'Popular Yacht Topics' started by YachtForums, Jul 16, 2005.

  1. Kevin

    Kevin YF Moderator

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    Honestly, I would have assumed that was a photoshopped pic. o_O
  2. Pascal

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    No forwreck... YUCK!!!

    I hate stubby boats, you need some space forward to look balanced. Most carvers are way too stubby. Even Lazzaras... the 84 I run is a bit stubby... needs 4 feet of extra foredeck
  3. ScotL

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    I have always liked ISA yachts, but this hurts.

    It's even worse finding out here is an Extra 93 and an Extra 126.
  4. pamibach

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    One question: are the owners proud of her?
  5. Fishtigua

    Fishtigua Senior Member

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    Fugly?

    Oh boy, we've only just started.

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  6. captholli

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    Here's a new model that the builder is exceptionally proud of. Looks like an Aqua Panda.


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    Yes, that is an aviary on top, not a sunroom
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  10. Norseman

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  11. Ward

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    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:

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    This guy decided to go for a much larger living space:

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  12. chesapeake46

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  13. alloyed2sea

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    This one takes the cake, what size are those tires anyway?
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  14. alloyed2sea

    alloyed2sea Moderator

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    Not that bad, not ugly, just "out there".
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  15. Pascal

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    Must be a handful in anything over 3 kts. On land or water!
  16. JWY

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    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?
  17. Beau

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    That's got to be a very "scenic" area to cruise....
  18. Beau

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    Stability has to be a real challenge on that puppy, I would imagine
  19. Doppelganger

    Doppelganger New Member

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    Looks like someone went to a contractor and asked,``Could you build a sun-room on the back of my boat?"
  20. Doppelganger

    Doppelganger New Member

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    OK, you are supposed to get sea-sick AFTER you get on the boat. Not before, just looking at it...