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Seen at the shipyard

Discussion in 'General Yachting Discussion' started by yachtbrokerguy, Sep 18, 2006.

  1. Yacht News

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    What is the diameter of that screw? 4 feet?
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    Is that sportfish one of the Westship 103's and is that the Azimut that was "on the rocks"?
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    I don't know about you guys, but I don't use the autopilot anywhere near an inlet or jetty. I'll take the time and get the feel manually, thank you.
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    No kidding... that's like trying to use cruise-control in downtown traffic. :eek:
  5. The prop is about 42", hard to tell what it was before, and it is from the Azimut in the lineup picture that had the mishap.
    The sportfish is the 103 Westship, you are right on both counts Brandon.
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    Seen at the shipyard...

    Apparently, "Man of Steel" was exposed to some Kryptonite. Here she's seen getting a little scratch & spray. Not unusual, just a fact of life when you say ahoy from alloy...

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    Hi, Is there a "rule of thumb" of how much insurance cost per million of insured value? How much does the home geografical area the yacht sails in affect this???? What about the captains record ???? Hull construction and so forth??? I know that is a broad question. I bet each yacht is scruntized for defects in workmanship & condition & the crew training and profeicency carring out that training.

    Are all the above taken into account +others or is there just a flat rate .I suspect getting insurance is a big cat and mouse game.
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    Carl,

    Where was this picture of MOS taken?
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    Guessing

    I will guess that it is at Rybovich's north yard. ex Riviera Yacht Center, Riviera Beach
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    Ken,

    Thanks for the info, is she still there?
  11. Ken Bracewell

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    My assumption is that the picture was taken yesterday since I saw Carl in the neighborhood.
    Carl??
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    Correct! Rybo north. :)
  13. MYCaptainChris

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    another yard

    Taken from inside the salon while in the yard. Before and after.

    Never let the carpenter set up his workshop in the salon..... the mess goes everywhere!!!!

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    Seen here at this yard this week of October, but can any one guess where?

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    Hmm, no skin on the shed. Could it be down here in FL?
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    is that GU in the far foreground?...for some reason it looks like her but i could be very wrong.
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    The yard might be easy to guess but if you know which boats these are that would be quite impressive... G U is not it
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    The first one looks like Trinity's Themis. Not sure if that is still its name or not. The second one looks like Delta's Gallant Lady. No idea on the third one.
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    # 3 is Sweet Pea @ Derektor
  20. MYCaptainChris

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    Hmm

    Agree it looks like gallant lady, however I'm pretty sure I chugged past her on sunday in the water.