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Discussion in 'Popular Yacht Topics' started by superyachtie, Feb 27, 2006.

  1. superyachtie

    superyachtie New Member

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    Think we're gonna need a clue on this one...please?
  2. MedRascal

    MedRascal Senior Member

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    She is US-built .... need more? I hope not!:D
  3. YachtForums

    YachtForums Publisher/Admin

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    I know it's a Hatteras, probably in the 100' to 110' range. I would have posted earlier, but I don't the name. Honestly, I've never seen it before and I don't recall Hatt building one quite like this... but it's definately a Hatteras!
  4. Ken Bracewell

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    Lady Sarah?

    Or Princess Sarah?
  5. Arniev

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    All the while I thought it was a Burger.
    :confused:
  6. MedRascal

    MedRascal Senior Member

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    Yachtforums is the closest so far... very close!Its indeed an Hatteras!

    I'll give you up to tonight... If by tomorrow morning (European Time) I see no correct answers, i'll post the right one! Anyway you are very close!

    As for the name, yes it starts with an "S" and its composed of only one word :cool:
  7. YachtForums

    YachtForums Publisher/Admin

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    Schnupsi?
  8. MedRascal

    MedRascal Senior Member

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  9. viking 58

    viking 58 YF Historian

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    Ok, Im taking the next turn. Extra points if you can name both!

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  10. YachtForums

    YachtForums Publisher/Admin

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    I'd Imagine one is Independence?
  11. viking 58

    viking 58 YF Historian

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    well that was quick.
  12. YachtForums

    YachtForums Publisher/Admin

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    Here's a one-off custom from the early 80's. Who's the builder?

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  13. MedRascal

    MedRascal Senior Member

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    Cheoy Lee Shipyards, Hong Kong ?
  14. YachtForums

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    There is a resemblence, but this boat was built in the U.S. for a man who was a good friend of the shipyard's owner.
  15. viking 58

    viking 58 YF Historian

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    Burger LRC
  16. YachtForums

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    Yes! Its the 1981 52' Golden Eye... built by Burger. V-58... the torch is passed to you. :)
  17. viking 58

    viking 58 YF Historian

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    two more...

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    Christina O is in the background... :)

    Who's going to name this beauty up front? Here's a hint... she was built in the early 1920's in the U.S.

    Anyone?
  19. foundrycourt

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    She was built for Horace Dodge if I remember correctly, but for the life of me can't think of the name. Time for a google.