Discussion in 'Popular Yacht Topics' started by YachtForum, Nov 8, 2006.
And the genes behind the 43'... the Nordhavn 55'.
You saw it on YF first, a new PowerCat called the "SeaStar". I don't have any more info. If you do, speak up!
Wow! So cute that 43'...
I'm really taking a stab in the dark on this, but it looks similar to a Rybovich I inspected a few months back. The one I looked at was built in the late '80's but had all the '60's design... The one I saw was about 31'.
The "Big Easy" is a 78' Garlington! My Friend that is the mate on that boat!
Yep! I believe a Huckins
Wow! This is a terrific thread. I just joined this forum so I could post my compliments and thanks to the photographer. I would be ecstatic to own most any of the boats pictured, with some exceptions of course. I have always loved the look of almost anything from Hatteras, especially the various incarnations of the yachtfishermen. We hope to buy something in the next 5 years and take it on the Great Circle loop.
Currently residing at Loggerhead Marina, this is the Westship “Martha Ann”…
The name of this Hatteras might be an understatement when it comes on plane. This is “Lightwave”...
Standing in stark contrast to the Hatt above, this is one man's version of a sportfish yacht...
Is it safe to say... the designer had a drinking problem?
Speaking of skylounges, did someone chop the top off a TR-7?
Eisenglass? No. Window World 50% off sale… yes!
Navigator for sale. Make offer!
SeaRay’s 40' wavepiercer concept…
Another drinking problem?
When did Searay and carver merge?
Some boats are so beautiful and some are so.........not.
Designing boats from the inside out, Today
(With apologies to Lars)