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Old 12-12-2009, 18:51   #1
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The Nicest Yacht Interior I've Ever Seen...



We came across the "Doll boat" a few weeks ago, and I forgot to share a picture. It's rather unique.
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Old 12-12-2009, 18:58   #2
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Good Heavens..Id definitely get in touch with my masculine side and remodel.
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Old 12-12-2009, 19:55   #3
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Yikes! Definitely barfy.
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That one in white reminds me of "Bride of Chucky"!

Bride of Chucky (1998)
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I go on some boats and people show me their bric-a-brac.....collections of lighthouses, frogs, pigs what-ev-er......

I just visualize them launching in a seaway.
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Old 12-12-2009, 21:07   #6
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Do ALL their eyes close when the boat is on starboard tack?
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What I see is water damage on the furniture and bulkheads, nevermind the fluff.
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Uggh...it looks like a shrine of some sort.
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Do ALL their eyes close when the boat is on starboard tack?
No but some need feeding and the others wet themselves and need a daiper change.

My God, how freaky.
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I guess that explains the water damage
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Boy, that right there is downright disturbing.
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I'm with CharlieCobra, that was the first thing I saw was that damaged wood. You can put all the sheets and cloth you want, it won't change the fact that there are more important things to attend to... Covering it doesn't make it go away...

Oh and HOLY CRAP!!! That is very odd indeed
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I wish I could find the original listing. The exterior looked quite normal!
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Old 14-12-2009, 11:32   #14
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Whats up with the headliner/ ribs...something looks cut out/off.
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Whats up with the headliner/ ribs...something looks cut out/off.
They might be stiffeners, glassed in by the owner to compensate for a spongy side deck. Maybe those water stains are just the tip of bigger issues?
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