Discussion in 'Popular Yacht Topics' started by YachtForum, Nov 8, 2006.
I don't have a clue on this. Maybe a FerretLineSomething?
Had a guy in my marina with a boat named YOLO - "You Only Live Once".
I had the pleasure of taking a sea trial on the Savannah 54 while she was in Baltimore on her way to the Annapolis Boat Show. If you like I can upload a few pics of her. She really is very unique is some ways. Think of the open lower level of the Lazzara 75.
That is a Ferretti 68.
This was Billy Joel's boat.
Pacific Mariner "Sun Safari"...
The price of new center-consoles is becoming painful. In other news, it looks like Intrepid has delivered another boat...
This is "Linda Lou V". Sounds like a nice husband & wife team. As proof positive that marriage is a compromise, neither one of them could arrive at a suitable sheer line...
This is "Joan's Ark". Noah's boat is a barn.
This Burger, named "High Mileage" begs the question... why don't boats come with odometers?
A suggestion to the clueless... when cruising by the YF webcam, the name of your boat will digitally removed if you're promoting a website to compete with YachtForums.
Boats are typically a depreciating asset, but one boat seems to defy this...
The modern day incarnation, this is the Bertram "Windswept"...
A little advice on naming your boat. Short of something creative, go with the obvious... this is "Little Bert".
If word gets out that $5k in welded pipes will convert a used express cruiser into a suitable sportfish, then open boat SF builders are in trouble...
Case in point, this Riviera 48 costs a whopping 1.4 million. Open/Express (you choose) Sportfish Boats remind me of the convertible automobile. You pay more, but you get less car...
This is a 67-foot Rex Meyer (no, I never heard of it either) 1993 build which just sold for.... the envelope, please....a whopping $324,182.
If any of us who drew boats in fifth-grade homeroom ever came up with such a design and got caught by the teacher, we would have had an extra day of detention tacked on just for the sheer.
This Sea Ray is popular on your radar screen. She's in this same thread back at post # 175.
Of all the things I miss the most... it's my mind.