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Old 17-10-2011, 07:47   #16
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Some pretty tasty pictures Jeff...thanks.
I'm think-in you're having waaaay to much fun!
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Old 03-11-2011, 14:41   #17
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I was admiring the Cherubini 44 in Ferenc Mate' s book, "The World's Best Sailboats". I live in Philadelphia and saw that their yard was in nearby Riverside, New Jersey. As it turns out, they are still in business. The yard is run by Frit's son Lee and his cousin Dave. Along with the 44 and 48 ft sloops, they build a 20 ft and 24 ft runabout. They also do refits and allow owners to rent yard space and work on their boats there. I am considering a boat to cruise extensively on and was taken with this handmade custom beauty. There is an older 44 for sale for $260k at the yard. Does anyone have any experience with or sailed on these boats. I am impressed with the looks and craftsmanship of the yacht. I didn't know there were any custom builders still working in the mid atlantic states.
Hello, I came across your post while searching for some news ideas for Cherubini Yachts news. I would love to invite you to tour our shop. Please feel free to call me, Melissa at Cherubini Yachts 856-764-5319. We have a new Pre Owned Cherubini 44, which you might fall in love with.
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Old 03-11-2011, 16:42   #18
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Aloha,
7 Cs Thanks for this post. I'd love to tour your shop but don't know when I'll be in your area.
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Old 03-11-2011, 17:18   #19
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Cherubinis are cream to look at. I want one for my retirement.

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Welcome aboard CF, Melissa. Beautiful boats. Any way to get that schooner in Ferenc's book as desktop wallpaper?
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Melissa.
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Old 25-11-2011, 20:34   #22
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Cherubinis are cream to look at. I want one for my retirement.

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Does anyone know why the 48 is a schooner instead of a ketch?
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Does anyone know why the 48 is a schooner instead of a ketch?
Looks sexier... better suited for Island sailing...??
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Old 27-11-2011, 11:39   #25
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Why would a ketch be less sexy or less suited to island sailing?
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Shades of Errol Flynn, Ernest Gann, Irving Johnson !!!--where is your romance Curmudgeon ?
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What's unromatic about a ketch? Seriously, why did John Cherubini decide that the 48 should be a schooner?
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What's unromatic about a ketch? Seriously, why did John Cherubini decide that the 48 should be a schooner?
Better for sailing downwind?
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Hello, I came across your post while searching for some news ideas for Cherubini Yachts news. I would love to invite you to tour our shop. Please feel free to call me, Melissa at Cherubini Yachts 856-764-5319. We have a new Pre Owned Cherubini 44, which you might fall in love with.
Without a doubt the 44 and 48 are the most beautiful sailing boats built today or in the past since Ticonderoga / Tioga slid down the Bristol ways in 1936. They are unique in every way. If I could pick one perfect boat to own regardless of price it would be the 48, hands down...well the 44 is just as nice...hell I'd have to take both!
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To my eye, they appear superficially similar to the old Luders 48 schooner/ketch built by Cheoy Lee. I suppose if someone wanted a working class version...
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