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Old 14-10-2010, 06:14   #16
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I thought the Outbound 46 was a great design that could easily go where ever you wanted. The LM 63 was the only boat my wife said she would trade for. Good show all in all, lots to see.
That is all you need, start trading fast before she becomes fully aware of what she just said....

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Old 14-10-2010, 06:23   #17
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The Lyman-Morse boat Amelia was built in 2002. Looked spot on new. A beautiful boat...I too think it was probably the nicest boat at the show.


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Old 14-10-2010, 06:55   #18
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My Vote

While not a monohull vote was for the Passport 51...sweet and the Discovery 55? (not sure of the size) also very sweet....both had great interior layouts and proper galley placement.
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The LM is certainly lovely but the missus is pretty happy not to have to tend to 61 feet of teak decks.

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That is all you need, start trading fast before she becomes fully aware of what she just said....
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Old 14-10-2010, 09:06   #20
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I went on Thursday. Of the monohulls, I liked the Gozzard 44 and the Tartan 3700. That Tartan has a great interior for a 37 footer.

The Southerly 57 was spectacular but a little over the top (and unaffordable by ordinary mortals).

I looked at a Pacific Seacraft 34 (it was not there under the auspices of Pacific Seacraft) and was surprised to find that I have just as much interior space in my Devlin cutter.
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I too, the monkey, was also at the boatshow on VIP Thursday. I was dissapointed in that nothing caught my eyes as being new in the vendor department, and the boats were all out of my league.

Two interesting and unusual things I caught

Farnova Yachts, out of china. A small table set up in the corner of a tent. No visitors. They make a 48 and 52. What's interesting is the thoughts that China could be a source of affordable production boats in the future, and that because of their affluence, you might be seeing a lot of rich chinese boat owners in the future.

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The other was Ryder Boats Presto 30, which Thor Finns Expeditions had on site. I'm becoming a fanatic for cat-ketch rigs.

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