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Winter Yachts Owner or Buyer?

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  1. YachtForums

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    If you are a Winter Yacht owner or buyer, our online yachting magazine can provide information to help you. YachtForums brings you the latest news from Winter yachts, including the most recent yacht & ship launches, company news, archive pictures, and recommendations on restoring, re-fitting, updating or upgrading Winter yachts.

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  2. 06kingranch

    06kingranch New Member

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    More info Please

    Hi I would like more information on the 85' winter yacht . Do they have a website I can check out.


    Thank you
    John
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    That's not the same Winter Yachts. John Winter was a catamaran builder from down under, whose business when under just before home values skyrocketed and equity fueled the yacht market. Had he been able to hold on and put another boat in build, he might still be in business. The boat sold after about two years. By then, any profits were already history. I met with John on two occasions. He was a man with a lot of good ideas and was definitely ahead of the curve.
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    I stand corrected. Still learning the ropes on this end of things.

    Just trying to help.
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    No worries Scot! Members trying to help is appreciated by everyone. :)

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