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Walley Tender sighting in Connecticut

Discussion in 'Tenders & Dinghies' started by CTdave, Sep 27, 2005.

  1. CTdave

    CTdave Senior Member

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    There was a recent thread about Walley tenders & the lack of them in the States.
    I was out on my on my 50 Bertram two weeks ago & when I backed into my slip, I discovered this on the other side of the dock...........

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  2. Kevin

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    That's one of the Overnight versions. Nice!
  3. CTdave

    CTdave Senior Member

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    a few more........

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    CTdave Senior Member

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    In the back of the last picture is a BEAUTIFUL 1988 87' Burger "Hornet". The yacht is spotless & perfect in every detail. The owner of Hornet recently sold his half ownership in the sailing (race) yacht "Harrier".
    It must be nice to be young & have that much cabbage sitting around :rolleyes:
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    So they do exist! :D Anybody know who the mother ship of this tender is?
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    A sailboat named "Carrera". The owners last name is Jackson. I believe Carrera is only 80' or so. The tender just follows them around
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    Is it the Wally Carrera?? :eek: (LOA 79')

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    Yep! That would be the one. I was looking for pics on the net but you beat me to it. Good job Kevin!
    Though I'm not a big snail boat kind of guy, I bet it would be cool to pull up with both of those!!!
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    There's a batch of pics of here on the Wally site. The owner must be a Porsche fan... ;) Awesome boat too... the lines, the color... just another example of Wallycool!

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    I'm not a sailing boat addicted either, but those Wally sailing boats are just pieces of art...

    What a sleek design !!! Silver hull, flush deck with teak and straight lines, I just love it...
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    Ditto Remy! There's something about a Wally you can't help but look at 'em!

    Thanks for the fast answers guys! Totally on form!
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    Yep, a Porsche fan for sure. Did you notice the name on the tender? "rrara"
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    WallyTender in Bahamas

    Yeah I saw a WallyTender in Lyford Cay in the Bahamas....does anyone know who it belongs too....i will try to get a pic
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    If you can get a pic of the stern, and there's a name on it, the name and font are usually related to whichever big boat it's with (obviously). Rrara with Carrera, Tee2Too with Tiketitoo, etc.
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    The name was "Wasabi"
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    Was the color and font anything close to the attached pic of Dark Shadow? She is Japanese owned... so... "wasabi"... just a guess. :cool:

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    Someone who nows where these great Wally-tenders be built?
    And pricing?
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    Orion :

    your avatar, isn't that the Koenigsegg C8 ? Your car ?

    Sorry to be curious, but as a serious car-enthusiast, I just had to ask... :D
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    Yes. youre right ! One of the fastest in the world top speed 388kmh. :eek: Made in Sweden :cool:

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    If it really tops out at the 388 kmph (2nd fastest production-car on the planet after the Bugatti Veyron) , it would need to be the extremely exclusive CCR-version ... Needles to ask if you reached this speed already :D

    Yee- (and if you'll allow) Haaaa ...

    You must have been doing a multitude of things very well and very right in order to be able to afford this car. I can only envy you for being very succesfull.. :eek:

    GReetz,

    S.