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Old 09-28-2018, 12:57 PM   #6121
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Wow. She looks good!
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Old 09-28-2018, 02:27 PM   #6122
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One anhother interresting one

Unfortunately in need of care...In my point of view too big engines, to big windows, but interesting one
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Old 09-28-2018, 02:44 PM   #6123
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A very interesting and magnificent high speed SD wood boat. So wonderful to see.
Agreed!
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Old 09-28-2018, 04:50 PM   #6124
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Unfortunately in need of care...In my point of view too big engines, to big windows, but interesting one
More here on the pacific 72


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Healhustler, smart lines, slightly curved.


An old wooden fast boat (ex German WWII) 23m, Schnell-Boot S-Boot, with new pilothouse.
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Old 09-28-2018, 09:29 PM   #6126
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I like it. Just needs hydraulic stabilizers
More boat than I need.
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Old 09-29-2018, 08:00 PM   #6127
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Unfortunately in need of care...In my point of view too big engines, to big windows, but interesting one
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Windows do not appear to be larger than the ones on my old Nordhavn46.
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Old 10-08-2018, 07:13 AM   #6128
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Sleek n, Purdy!!
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She looks fast sitting still. That's a sailboat I wouldn't mind being on.
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Old 10-08-2018, 09:16 PM   #6131
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Interesting?
57' aluminum cruiser with 450 hour keel cooled Gardner sipping 2.5 gallons per hour at cruise, fin stabilized, round bilged. Nice accommodations.

https://www.devalk.nl/en/yachtbroker...ENTSCH-MY.html
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Old 10-08-2018, 09:36 PM   #6132
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Old 10-08-2018, 10:20 PM   #6133
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Very nice
Nice boat, more boat than I want or need.
And the price is?
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Old 10-08-2018, 10:21 PM   #6134
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Nice boat, more boat than I want or need.
And the price is?
Too much

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Old 10-08-2018, 11:56 PM   #6135
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Textbook FD bow/hull waves. Lovely boat.
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Old 10-09-2018, 03:42 AM   #6136
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Beautiful spacious interior and nice exterior. Bow wave is simply too much... they just pushing her hard in those photos? Bad show n' tell for sales ad - IMO. That much bow wave and it seems to me "sipping" fuel could turn into a guzzle. Inflatable dink... flotation for the boat in emergency? Didn't see how to get dink out of that storage placement area??
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Textbook FD bow/hull waves. Lovely boat.
Yes Bruce I was immediately Struck by same. I see Art was too. Even I fell for the need to go full speed ahead for the camera. Many to most of my pics of Willy are at full bore. But see the transom is clear of the water even at top speed. No big hump of a following wake astern close to the transom. That tells of the slack lines under her after sections. But in defense I think everybody tends to go full bore for pics. I’ll remember this the next time I’m photo shooting Willy. But Willy isn’t as overpowered as this boat.

The other equally striking thing about this boat is her very very unclutered topsides. Again even I wouldn’t go this far. Nowhere is there seen bow pulpits, railings, dinghies, or any other clutter. The real boat comes boldly forth like a grand subject presenting herself to the queen. And then the bridge windows. Wow. This boat is a parade of perfect images of form and function. And they even put the rubber duckie down below, out of sight where it belongs if it belongs aboard at all. Perhaps they view it as I do .. a lifeboat.

Wanting to comment on the interior .. beautiful. But I’m out of eloquent words. Here is a boat we should all aspire to have as our own. Only negatives are that she’s too big (for my taste) and expensive and the engine is too cluttered and industrial looking.

Bill (klee wyck) should be given a prize or even a drunken party at the Hilton for posting this stunning boat. Thank you Bill!
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57' aluminum cruiser with 450 hour keel cooled Gardner sipping 2.5 gallons per hour at cruise, fin stabilized, round bilged. Nice accommodations.

https://www.devalk.nl/en/yachtbroker...ENTSCH-MY.html

That is a beautiful boat but that pesky price and draft put that beauty out of reach.


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Beautiful spacious interior and nice exterior. Bow wave is simply too much... they just pushing her hard in those photos? Bad show n' tell for sales ad - IMO. That much bow wave and it seems to me "sipping" fuel could turn into a guzzle. Inflatable dink... flotation for the boat in emergency? Didn't see how to get dink out of that storage placement area??



For most.


I believe if she was running conservatively, she wouldn't plow up a wake and guzzle fuel like a frat house binger. I think the dink is either lifted out through a deck hatch or something techy that allows it to be shat out the transom.
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No light and airy cabin and no king size bed
No easy access walk through transom ( offloading a months worth of heavy supplies would be a pita)
And yes, big wave almost reaching the hawsepipe in flat water is a cause for concern for me and not a fan of side loading anchors in general.
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No light and airy cabin and no king size bed
No easy access walk through transom ( offloading a months worth of heavy supplies would be a pita)
And yes, big wave almost reaching the hawsepipe in flat water is a cause for concern for me and not a fan of side loading anchors in general.







Yes totally amazing no king size bed. Thats the very first thing to turn a wife off we have rejected 60% of boats for that very reason and was a mistake we made buying the IG32
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