My husband and I relocated from Fort Lauderdale, after 20 years, to my home town of Norfolk, VA. I grew up on the water here on the Lafayette River where my family and buddies spent our summers water skiing, sailing, jumping yacht and tug boat wakes, and jetting up and down the waters of Tidewater! Norfolk has the largest naval base in the world and is known as "The World's Greatest Harbor"! Seriously, when I was growing up in the 50s and 60s the best radio station was WGH. Their moniker was of course, "The World's Greatest Harbor". Norfolk is another Venice of the Americas. Imagine my surprise when there was an inweater boat show happening here a two weeks after we arrived! I was there all day snapping photos to share with you all! The first boat that really caught my eye was the Keiser 42. I have never heard of this brand before! I soon learned that their yacht was created "By joining forces with two world-leading companies, Vripack Architects for design & naval architecture and Bavaria Yachtbau for their unrivalled ultra-modern production facilities, we have been able to make our vision come true." I instinctively knew from the yacht's beautifully flowing lines and magnificent craftsmanship that she was born in Northern Europe. Dare I say it, she reminds me of the Wajer line mentioned by ombreetsoleil After checking her out you let us know what you think. Her price point was just South of $800k.