Discussion in 'Palmer Johnson Yacht' started by bnk190, Aug 30, 2006.
The turmoil se caba de ir de buenos akires, lo veo desde mi ventana dejando el puerto
Nautico- You will probably make more sense and be involved in more discussion if you can post in English so other forum members who are not multi lingual understand what you are talking about.
gthompson- were you once a crew member of Turmoil ( the old one)?
im not a former crew member of turmoil
thanks for de advice
I was actually asking the person who posted above you and has the user name gthompson if he was an ex crew member as if so then I probably know who he is.
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I think ol "Nautico" is yanking our chain.
Why do you say that Thomas?
It just seemed to me to be a bit pressed to intentionally use bad grammar. I could be wrong.
English could well be his or her second or third language, from my own experience whilst traveling I have often a lot of people can speak a foreign language well enough but struggle to read and write it.
still in BA
Turmoil still in front of Yacht Club Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires. Stunningly beautiful ship.
No helicopter, but a very nice small boat on the front deck (see pic).
Busy crew, wearing Turmoil polo shirts.
sorry about the pic sizes, i think they are worth sharing.
Great info here, keep it up.
Turmoil in Buenos Aires- Yacht Club Puerto Madero
Turmoil in Buenos Aires -
Yacht Club Puerto Madero
Turmoil in BA
Wife and I were in BA last week and had dinner in Puerto Madero and had a nice view of "Turmoil". What an incredible yacht. It was quite a hit as a crowd was always gathered to view the boat. For anyone visiting BA the restaurants along this dock are all great...our favorite Marchello's was closed, but anyway loved reading about the boats past owner...what a great guy and rolemodel for everyone with true wealth.
I too saw her in Buenos Aires on Feb 2, moored at Puerto Madero, and then again on Feb 15 in Ushuaia. Perhaps she is in Antarctica now, spotting whales. Lucky stiff!
In July while I was on vacation I saw the Turmoil in St. John's. A truly beautiful ship. I was sorry to see her leave I would have taken more pictures.
We saw her at anchor last summer in Maine, from a distance it was hard to tell how big she is, which to me is the hallmark of a good design. Great proportions, great lines.
Last summer Turmoil was docked behind me in Boston. Beautiful yacht to have as a neighbor. I was totally amazed when walking down the dock realized she was not connected to shore power. There was not a sound out of her. I've heard some good sound dampening, but this boat was silent (and yes her gens were running). Any word on this?
Hello, it's my first time posting here but I felt I had to.
While driving down alongside the River Liffey I happened to spot this wonderful yacht "Turmoil", I couldn't stay to get a closer look.
Just thought I'd tell you all where she's at.
The Triple Seven was there a fortnight ago too.
Termoil is still in Dublin and the Dublin Moorings seem to be attracting some of the worlds better yatchs .
Welcome to YF.
I take it that your statement is purely a personal opinion