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Old 01-04-2018, 03:48 PM   #21
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I am sure there is one or two generous investor out there who will be happy to be part of a noble cause and pay for it lol

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Old 01-04-2018, 03:52 PM   #22
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Shouldn't you be running this ad in Forbes, the Wall Street Journal or some place where the rich and the famous hang out?
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Can I just be the crew....?
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I don't think this boat could do the loop! 3 staterooms and 119 feet long? It has more space for crew & cabin than passengers.
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I don't think this boat could do the loop! 3 staterooms and 119 feet long? It has more space for crew & cabin than passengers.
Now you are getting the idea. You and your wife and 6 crew plus captain!!!!. And you can take on guests in the other two staterooms. Why would you need anything else! Take care of the crew and they will take care of you!!!!
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Last Friday Jan. 19th, I went for a test ride on board GRUMPY. The captain wants to exercise all the equipment now and then to insure proper operation.
There was a nice north east swell coming in along with a 2 to 4 foot wind chop. We did not have glasses of champagne out but if there were, I don't think they would have tipped over. It is a very smooth ride when your displacement is 380,000 pounds.
We reached 13.5 knots at wide open throttle but at 11 knots I am told fuel burn is 25 GPH including generator.
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