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Old 15-05-2015, 03:31   #31
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Most common colour schemes are a combination of woodgrain, white and one colour, most often blue or cream, for the furnishings. More than this and it starts to look like a floating brothel.

Generally, the layout and design of a sailboat interior follows a quite restricted formula - but its a tried and tested formula based on the need to compromise between a comfortable living space and a tough seaworthy vessel - I've found over the years that if you step too far outside the formula, one or other aspect of the boat is compromised.
Yachts were at all times and with every concept more or less a compromise! One should not overlook the fact that this is a multi-functional water-craft here. That is, seaworthiness, safety, and comfort must match in an overall concept. There are also still important capabilities such as flexible as possible adaptability of the furniture and equipment. Not all solutions can here be described as really smart! Also all the more sensitive is thereby the question of design.
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and now for something completely different! my friends boat,that has circumnavigated,even space to park your motorbike..............

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now a days living standard of people change totally. Now a days there is too much show off, so people spend too much on the decoration of the house and their drawing room.
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And now for something completely different! My friends boat, that has circumnavigated, even space to park your motorbike.
Your friend is probably a 'messy'!
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