Discussion in 'Popular Yacht Topics' started by YachtForums, Jan 5, 2006.
Sportsman 17, Dayboat 17 and Hostess 17, and there was a Sovereign 17 Race Boat.
Sorry, I am thinking of a smaller Sunseeker...
The only other little Sunseeker I can think of is the Outlaw 14 that was tender to the Predator 63
You are right, it was called Outlaw and is 13,4 feet long with a Mercury 90 Sport Jet. (I have a brochure..).
You are up!
Who designed the Sunseeker XS2000?
This should be easy, I think I am just about out of Sunseeker Trivia
Correct, your turn.
Don't have much of a ?, so here's an easy one...
80' Cusom Express Cruiser "Force of Habit"
Give me the name of the designer and yard...
One of his best... http://www.tomfexas.com/projects/800/Express_ForceOfHabit.html
5 min late again!
You're up Lars!
A Scandinavian festival?????
Now we got it a little upside down here as I was about to put our posts in the right order...
Anyway, no festival. A yacht trivia...
Not Australia, a geographic clue is Cannes...
Midsummer was the name of a yacht that subsequently caught fire on Christmas Eve in Cannes when the yacht tied next to her also had a fire aboard.
Yes, almost right. Midsummer was a 40 m charteryacht that caught fire in the old port of Cannes on Christmas Eve 1997. The firefighters were spraying so much water that she eventually sank, after the heat of over 650°C had melted her aluminium superstructure down. Next to her, the Heesen yacht Honey Money got her top deck damaged during the fire.
You are next!
Back to a Hatteras question
What were the beginning and end dates of production, month and year, for the Hatteras 53' Classic Motor Yacht?
Don´t take this personal but many questions lately has been too sophisticated. May I quote the second post in this long thread and hope we can continue with more trivia related questions so more people get a fair chance to answer...?
OK, so you took it personal anyway. Sorry about that, but don´t you agree that questions that absolutely nobody can answer without being lucky to find the answer in a book or on the net, is a little too far from the trivia idea?
Maybe nobody noticed but Carl was also trying to lead us back to the original idea last week;