Discussion in 'Popular Yacht Topics' started by YachtForums, Jul 16, 2005.
I'm not even sure which is the bow or stern
I really like these Albin 27's but there should be a law or guidelines as to what and how to make additions!
This cruise ship is hideous even without the funky paint job.
Like this ??
Or this is what you mean?
aww, those are bad!
This isn't a yacht but ugly is ugly right?...
The ugly step-sister to the first photo in post 3, perhaps a new and improved model?
Yep, it is a Cruisers, although it is very similar to the Carver below.
This one must be operating on the premise you're too drunk to notice the paint job.
Normally I would say it isn't fair to post houseboats because most of them would be too easy too include on this thread and it just wouldn't be sporting. They are practical for what they are intended to be, but I have yet to see one I would call beautiful (someone prove me wrong, please). This one though takes fugly houseboat to a new level...
Since paint jobs are fair game the first boat might be a "winner" on both counts.
It looks like a nice hull design got saddled with a lifetime burden on the second boat.
Let's refrain from comments in this thread, so we don't dilute the dreadfulness of the designs. It's hard for me not to make comments too, therefore we opened a thread specifically to rant about rogues, here...
Your cooperation will result in the continued viewing pleasure (and pain!) of others.
Abstract Art Afloat...?
These boats were built in the 1970's and I can't recall the name, but it contained the word "cutter". Bad memory aside, check out the hand painted bootstripe...
This is the new Finnish Presidential Yacht. Can't say I'm a fan of Fin design...
The name did indeed contain the word 'cutter' since she was [cue drumroll] a Cutter. One of these 28' x 8' w/ Volvo diesel crossed the Atlantic back in the '70s.
Cargile Cutter if I recall correctly.
Were they sold as a " Camper or a Boat" kind of thing you could use for either life style ?
Cheating a bit, but a car with a nautical theme.
Why bother making a new skylounge mold for Riviera's 53' sportfish, when the mold from Riviera's 70' skylounge will work perfectly.