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Old 16-09-2014, 01:03   #1
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A Very Different Interior

This yacht is for sale over here, and has been for a long time, and I reckon that being at sea was not considered at all with this arrangement.

Sailing Yacht 45' - Roomy, well insulated,real floating apartment | Sail Boats | Gumtree Australia Melton Area - Kurunjang | 1042046131

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This yacht is for sale over here, and has been for a long time, and I reckon that being at sea was not considered at all with this arrangement.

Sailing Yacht 45' - Roomy, well insulated,real floating apartment | Sail Boats | Gumtree Australia Melton Area - Kurunjang | 1042046131

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Lots of room to tumble from the front to the back or across beam..
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Old 16-09-2014, 01:53   #3
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Re: A Very Different Interior

"I'm going below now." " Don't forget to put the padded jacket and helmet on then."

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Oh Coops, trying to sell a boat with no pictures or details of the above deck fit out? HMMMM. It is located at Kurunjang about 40km from the coast, definitely not beside the river. HMMMMM. Kurunjang is the kind of place that if you have to go there, drive fast and have the car doors locked. HMMMMMM.
However, I do need another boat. HMMMMM
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Not all bad. Looks like pole dancing would be a possibility...

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Re: A Very Different Interior

"The Boat have three king size sleeping compartments".

Now, I admit I'm not 100% up to date on my Oz accent, but this doesn't sound right.

Beyond the language, there is absolutely no way there are ANY king size sleeping compartments, whatever that means.

I'm guessing the pictures were taken from another boat ad, and this is a scam.
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It looks like the inside of a waiting room. I think they took the term spacious a little too literaly.
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Not all bad. Looks like pole dancing would be a possibility...
Oh my pole dancing days are behind me now. Sorry to disappoint.
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Yuck!

I didn't realize that Buccaneer made a 45' boat...
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Where's the gray hound sign.

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It looks like the inside of a waiting room. I think they took the term spacious a little too literaly.
hahahahahahahaha my thoughts exactly!
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I know nothing.
I like it.
Large open area to do anything with.
Looks technically, like 2X kings in the "great room" with the seat backs as cushions between the doghouse for the engine and the seats themselves.
Then again a Main Cat appeals greatly to the Admirable.
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You can remove the keel for easy transportation??? ...plug and play.

Something is not right. The cabin sole is flat almost to the hull sides. If you count the ports from inside and outside it seems that 2 of them are beyond the double doors forward, which I assume is the head - is it that big? From the outside the hull seems to have one soft chine and there are very thin knees inside to support the side decks, attached directly the hull. reminding me of a steel boat.. ...where is the insulation?
Very strange. Nice galley though, too bad there is no table to eat at...
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Man...

That is one odd duck for sure...

A basketball hoop would fit well in there...
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Begs one simple question.......Why?
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