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Old 25-03-2015, 18:44   #76
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Re: Are dark hulls hotter?

Hotter as in "stylishly sexy and historically/traditionally alluring"? YES, Hinckley flag blue yachts are super HOT! And even if that wasn't a fact, which we all know that it is, white is so boring! Who buys a white boat?
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Old 26-03-2015, 03:32   #77
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Hotter as in "stylishly sexy and historically/traditionally alluring"? YES, Hinckley flag blue yachts are super HOT! And even if that wasn't a fact, which we all know that it is, white is so boring! Who buys a white boat?
Who buys a white boat? Well, lots of folks who actually buy and own boats instead of just talking about it...

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Who buys a white boat? Well, lots of folks who actually buy and own boats instead of just talking about it...

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There's some type of trophy or award that needs to be stapled to that statement, yet I'm not quite sure what.
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Re: Are dark hulls hotter?

it is not hot.
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it is not hot.
You're so right, it is not. To be truly "hot", it must have the name Hinckley or Little Harbor attached.
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