Discussion in 'General Yachting Discussion' started by YachtForums, Dec 14, 2004.
was told by reliable sources that it is floating and is 61'......i'll go look..
What do mega stars do when under media pressure?
Produce their own brand...
hahaha! revdcs, u are bad
LOL! No comment
wouldn't it be funny if Christensen sued Tiger Woods for letting the entire world know he owns one of their yachts!
I saw the TW yacht 'Privacy' at Miami Beach Marina in 2006. The second or third dock. I asked the crew if it was Tiger Wood's boat. Even the lowliest swab on the 130' boat utttered the same siphon-fed, robot response; "I am not at liberty to say", or something alond those lines. No hard feelings, I respect a man's privacy. I have crossed many celebrities and have no desire to interdict them.
I did see a group of 4-5 blonde, Swedish looking women walk past me towards said yacht 'Privacy', on the end slip, with multiple designer bags, as if having been on a shopping spree...
Cool. America is a great country. I also saw Tim Allen on the same trip in Bimini, though I didn't bother to ask him for an autographed 'Home Improvement' board game like many others...
verified......tiger's new boat is 61',and was built in stuart,fl. and put in the water this fall....
What is the make, if you can confirm?
it was built by a builder in stuart,fl.who is well known for sportfishing boats...
Ohh come on! lets keep it to his boats!
That might just fit in the boat jokes thread.
That was actually the first thing I thought when I saw the comment Cappie...
google up people.com do search for ''tiger'' story came out feb.12
but you heard it here first..
Back to hearth and the real world. Thank you.
Sorry I was looking for the Yachtforums but instead found Entertainment Tonight or Extra.
From the Palm Beach Post.
Another Tiger Woods headache: A lawsuit from yacht crew. Alexander McKee, who now lives in Vancouver, Wash., claims he was cleaning the deck of the 155-foot floating palace, as he had done for five months in 2005, when a hatch slammed shut on his hand.
Can't imagine how that was ever get to the suit stage. He was hurt on the job.
Is the rest of the world as litigious as Americans?
I also agree that he should not be able to sue for a work related injury that he, himself, may have been able to prevent.
In november while doing relief on 52 M yacht in the same area the wheel house door slammed and broke the tips of two fingers. I am still getting treatment as I write. I simply went the hospital, put it on my insurance and the yacht owner is paying the deductibles , no workman comp, no law suit. If this accident happened a year ago, the guy would just go on workmans comp and that would have been the end of it. Everybody involved with TW will try and get on the gravy train. My 2 cents worth.