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Old 09-20-2014, 12:03 PM   #21
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Welcome Boris!
Let's get this out of the way now. Your anchor is too small, it's the wrong kind and you don't have enough chain. Never ask an anchor question here! The thread will never end!
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Old 09-20-2014, 01:12 PM   #22
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Agree, the one you see hanging from the boat is apparently small, but I have 2 more on board so let's consider my personal anchor thread being closed without opening.
Let's talk about dinghies or navigation instead!
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Old 09-20-2014, 03:54 PM   #23
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For some reason dinghies and navigation don't inspire the passion that anchors do.
The other taboo subject is guns. Your gun is too small, it's the wrong kind and you don't have enough ammunition. This may be just a US issue.
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Purely a US issue, as we don't carry any guns.
Bears on the streets of Moscow playing Balalaika (Russian type of banjo) is normal, but weapons are taboo :-)
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Old 10-23-2014, 04:18 PM   #25
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Smile Hi to Boris

Hi Boris, great to see your post. I am looking at the one in Australia currently. Have you heard how they are in rough seas. The fit-out is great. I have not seen another boat with the same layout. Finish is also excellent.
Two engines may let you limp home if one stops.
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Old 10-24-2014, 02:00 AM   #27
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Hi Boris, great to see your post. I am looking at the one in Australia currently. Have you heard how they are in rough seas. The fit-out is great. I have not seen another boat with the same layout. Finish is also excellent.
Two engines may let you limp home if one stops.
Yep, two engines do provide some safety, however I'm not sure what's best overall. Seems to me that autonomy with a single screw would be better.
Rough seas I haven't tried yet - only a short river Elbe trip after picking her up. 1 meter waves from the container ships rushing down the river to the port of Hamburg at 15 knots she doesn't really feel.
Previous owner swared of force 7 with ease, and judging by the construction and weight I tend to believe. She's constructed really heavily, I wouldn't hesitate to go out in almost any weather.
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Old 09-25-2017, 02:08 PM   #28
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hello boris, do you have your trawler for sale yeat? im interested, im looking a trwler for saling the french cannals. let me know please.
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hello boris, do you have your trawler for sale yeat? im interested, im looking a trwler for saling the french cannals. let me know please.
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Hi! Yes. We've already found a bigger boat to replace our trawler.
The trawler is at Tomas Maestre now (Murcia), just been cleaned, antifouled, and serviced last month as we closed the season. Let me know if you want to come and see, I got friends living there on their boat - they will be able to show you the boat. If interested after the visit (and you should be) - I'll fly in for the sea trial and inspection.
You can get me on whatsapp using this number: +7-926-2140022.
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Boris,
very handsome lines on your boat and especially like the two-tone blue paint scheme with matching fenders. Sorry if i missed it but did you say what is the overall length?
Note in the US, some people associate "Aquila" with a power catamaran style boat...
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Welcome aboard Boris !!

If you know any hackers, please check with someone from the US before the next election !!

That was a joke. I'm sure we can all learn from you, and you from us, and I'm looking forward to hearing more from you. I tired to look up how to say "Welcome" in russian....but my keyboard doesn't didn't have those symbols.
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Boris,
very handsome lines on your boat and especially like the two-tone blue paint scheme with matching fenders. Sorry if i missed it but did you say what is the overall length?
Note in the US, some people associate "Aquila" with a power catamaran style boat...
35 feet "officially", in real life more like 37-38.
Aquila Boats, the guys who built her went bankrupt soon after selling a dozen of these boats. There is some new Aquila at the moment, having no relation to the one I have as far as I know.
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Welcome aboard Boris !!

If you know any hackers, please check with someone from the US before the next election !!

That was a joke. I'm sure we can all learn from you, and you from us, and I'm looking forward to hearing more from you. I tired to look up how to say "Welcome" in russian....but my keyboard doesn't didn't have those symbols.
I believe if all this "Russian manipulated elections" was true - you would be enjoying Hillary now.
Thanks for the welcome.
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Old 09-25-2017, 04:11 PM   #34
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Great looking vessel.


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Old 09-25-2017, 05:49 PM   #35
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Boris,
I don't think "Aquila" is very unusual. Seems fairly familiar.

Love that FB .. the only kind I like and if she has nice underwater lines I'd be even like'in her more.

Very nice boat.

What kind of car do you drive?
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Old 09-26-2017, 10:28 AM   #36
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Hi Boris and welcome to TF.

Your trawler looks nice, enjoy everything along the adveture and trip your new boats.

Is this your first boat?

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