Discussion in 'Popular Yacht Topics' started by YachtForum, Nov 8, 2006.
I've opened the thread up. I'll try to update with new pics daily and let our experts fill in the details. Kind of a Yacht Trivia Pursuit... LIVE!
Your post #37 looks more like the new Princess V70 (aka Viking V70 in USA)
I believe she is a Princess, not a Sunseeker.
Can somebody tell me more about the beauty on photo 3 ?
Coenharbour, "Lady Love" in photo #3 appears to be a Buccaneer ( or what us jaded types refer to as two-dollar earrings, heh, heh ) built in Brazil with, maybe, a connection to the Inace yard down there.
Will you look at how slowwwww all the ladies are cruising? Carl must have a Marine Patrol neighbor or else the Manatee Coalition is quite strong up in Palm Beach County.
[Note extreme lack of emoticons.]
The idle speed zone helps, but maybe they slowed down after I posted the sign...
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Number 37 isn't a Sunseeker, it's a Viking Sport Cruiser (aka Princess) I think V65 but could be the V70. Thanks for the photos. I'm soooo jealous. I'm freezing my nanas off in Maryland. Just so you know, its 30 degrees. Want to switch?
So when's the "Let's get a couple of lawn chairs and a cooler full of refreshments and watch the yachts go by" day?
PS I'll bring the cooler!
I know it's not, but this looks suspiciously like the Fexas designed Queenship built Souvenir. Is there a connection?
I'll take a shot at a few:
#2 Loose - Burger
#25 Astra Dee - Dennison?
#26 Wet Dreams - WestBay
#35 Tin Knocker and #39 Pipe Dreamer - Vikings
Sorry all, just getting back to the keyboard...
Brian: On "Neon Rainbow"... this is a Burger. I believe it was 83’ in length and built around the mid-90’s.
Tom: On "Astra Dee"... this is very concerning to me. At one time, I was told all about the boat and I have since forgotten! Maybe Kit can fill us in.
Lionel: All of my stuff is in storage. I'm living in an apt. the size of a college dorm room and I have to answer to a landlord. Still wanna switch?
Nilo: Where the heck have you been? I wanted to say THANK YOU. I think you know why.
Loren: you are, under no circumstances, ever allowed to migrate to another forum or we will track you down and pay you to post.
MedRascal: I have just made it my personal mission to find a boat you CAN’T identify!
Regarding the Viking-Princess, looks fast sitting still, cross oceans and change names, attracts bow fixtures like a casting call, express cruiser…
Uhhmmm… yeah, I knew what it was.
Black Knight is a beauty! I saw her in Charleston (I believe) when we were both headed north in 2005
Black Knight is based at Bahia Mar right now. Spoke briefly with the captain last weekend before he threw lines for a cruise into yester-year...
Some nice boats there.The last pic shows lots of beautiful teak work kept in pristine condition.Thanks for the pics .
carl thanks for the great post are there any posts of the last flibs with lots o pictures?
Sorry, I didn't take any pictures this year. The boats are so tightly packed at these shows, you can't find a good vantage point. However I did take pictures of yachts departing last year's show. If you're interested...
Yeah I noticed that the last time I visited the show... unless you want a stupendous collection of pictures of sterns there's not really much reason to bring a camera.
I love the Viking/Princess V65/V70. It is one of my personal favorites. Is it possible for you to send me a copy of that picture (full res)? Thanks.
On second thought, switching may not work . If I can't be warm I might as well see pictures of those who are. Keep them coming.