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Old 03-15-2022, 09:12 AM   #11541
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.........Is it just me, or do others find this really UGLY?Sort of brings to mind the old Cargill Cutter -- on just a bit larger scale...
Tread lightly "me hearty" As I type I am looking out the window at my CARGILE Cutter. It is a thing of beauty!
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Old 03-15-2022, 09:16 AM   #11542
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Tread lightly "me hearty" As I type I am looking out the window at my CARGILE Cutter. It is a thing of beauty!
Orig Cargile Cutter was I/O??
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Old 03-15-2022, 09:32 AM   #11543
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Tread lightly "me hearty" As I type I am looking out the window at my CARGILE Cutter. It is a thing of beauty!
Oops - sorry about that!

My boat can be strange looking to some. I've heard remarks that the lines are similar to those of a 1950's refrigerator...
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Old 03-15-2022, 09:47 AM   #11544
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Saw this on a BoatTest.com update mail I received today.
https://www.princessyachts.com/our-c...ource=hs_email


Is it just me, or do others find this really UGLY?
Sort of brings to mind the old Cargill Cutter -- on just a bit larger scale...
Didn't even have to click the link. Saw "Princess yachts" and knew what it would look like.

I believe that ostentatious is the preferred word for ugly, when speaking of yachts.
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Old 03-15-2022, 10:18 AM   #11545
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Didn't even have to click the link. Saw "Princess yachts" and knew what it would look like.

I believe that ostentatious is the preferred word for ugly, when speaking of yachts.
Yeah, it's a yacht for someone who wishes they were a Russian oligarch.
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Old 03-15-2022, 12:37 PM   #11546
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Saw this on a BoatTest.com update mail I received today.
https://www.princessyachts.com/our-c...ource=hs_email


Is it just me, or do others find this really UGLY?
Sort of brings to mind the old Cargill Cutter -- on just a bit larger scale...
About as FUGLY as it gets!
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Old 03-15-2022, 01:51 PM   #11547
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About as FUGLY as it gets!

like a son of the "The Spirit of Nashville" who had the same profile
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Old 03-15-2022, 02:01 PM   #11548
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like a son of the "the spirit of nashville" who had the same profile
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At the conclusion of the unassisted transatlantic crossing, NYC to Paris in 1978.
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That's a remarkable picture! I guess this is the one I read about that crossed the Atlantic on its own keel! I wonder where this very hull is now? Has it been preserved? Is it yours, Friz??
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Old 03-15-2022, 02:06 PM   #11550
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Orig Cargile Cutter was I/O??
Yes, I believe they all were.
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Old 03-15-2022, 02:16 PM   #11551
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That's a remarkable picture! I guess this is the one I read about that crossed the Atlantic on its own keel! I wonder where this very hull is now? Has it been preserved? Is it yours, Friz??
No it is not mine. Do not know where it is now. It was/is a single Volvo diesel with a Volvo 280 outdrive. There were 600 Cargile Cutters made from 1970 - 1980 various engines, gas and diesel, singles and twins, 28' and 30'. Alan Cargile was the builder in Nashville.
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A picture I took about 1974 at the Annapolis boat show. This one appears to be twin i/o.
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Old 03-19-2022, 08:52 AM   #11553
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nice review of a unique boat: https://youtu.be/trE4JOeYb8M


Had not heard of this trawler-specific youtube channel before
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nice review of a unique boat: https://youtu.be/trE4JOeYb8M


Had not heard of this trawler-specific youtube channel before
- OK looking exterior profiles - not too great

- Well designed exterior layout for comfort, usability and reliability - great

- Interior looks and design/layout - appears to be really great

- Rather small engines may enable good mpg at considerably slow speeds [well below hull speed] - HOWEVER... the bow wave it pushes in photos must be costly at speed shown. Interesting that video announcer mentioned more than once he could not locate stats for speed, fuel use nmpg.
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Curious Advert? Looks way longer than the 32ft "advertised". Is the language what I think it might be?

https://www.boatsonline.com.au/boats.../custom/274998
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Old 03-24-2022, 07:14 PM   #11557
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Google translate says it is Slovak and translates as:

Hello, add your free ad to our site for buying and selling boats in Australia www. Boat24. Com. Au.
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One thing for consideration. If you buy one at auction and when the previous owner wants his boat, you might end up dead when you say "NO"
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Scott, I agree on the ugly factor, but pretty common design style for new boats these days. I wonder how the style will hold up in popularity in the long term. I guess time will tell.
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Interesting Boat meets Interior Designer

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