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Old 27-03-2010, 15:18   #1
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Atlantic 42 Equity Share

I am in the process of buying (survey next week) a Chris White Atlantic 42, intend to use her in the Bahamas and Caribbean, mainly. However as I live in Europe I will only use her perhaps 2 months/year.
Is there anyone who would like to share her , both in using her and sharing the responsibility for her care.? To see what an Atlantic 42 is visit Chris White Designs Multihull Sailboats High Performance Cruising Yachts - Catamaran and Trimaran
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Old 28-03-2010, 10:03   #2
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Flip.

Good luck on the survey, then finding a suitable 'partner'.
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Well, I live in UK, have owned various boats for the last 50 years,most recently a Chris White trimaran , and after that a NZ built 52' fairly extreme racing catamaran. That was sold in the US two years ago. I am looking for another Chris White boat, but a catamaran this time. ( see first post ) I have shared boats before, and it has worked well, as long as both partners are flexible.
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Well, I live in UK, have owned various boats for the last 50 years,most recently a Chris White trimaran , and after that a NZ built 52' fairly extreme racing catamaran. That was sold in the US two years ago. I am looking for another Chris White boat, but a catamaran this time. ( see first post ) I have shared boats before, and it has worked well, as long as both partners are flexible.
Is it the Atlantic 42 from yachtworld.com you will look at??? It looks good, i hope it is so good as it looks...
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Old 30-03-2010, 09:41   #6
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Thats the one !!
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Old 30-03-2010, 09:57   #7
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Flip 980,

Do you know how many of those Atlantic 42 where built? There use to be one docked just down the river from my house. It was sold a few years ago.
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17 is the exact answer. Philip
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Old 30-03-2010, 11:31   #9
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Old 31-03-2010, 06:33   #10
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17 is the exact answer. Philip
hmmm.... This answer i got from Chris White earlier this winter.


"There are 18 Atlantic 42s sailing. First launched in '96. Mostly built at two yards; Lombardi Yachts in USA and Bongers Marine in S. Africa".

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Re: Atlantic 42 Equity Share

Flip, are you still looking for an equity partner?

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Old 14-08-2011, 15:22   #12
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Re: Atlantic 42 Equity Share

Could be, why dont you contact me at philipbeck98@aol.com and we can talk further. Flip 980
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Re: Atlantic 42 Equity Share

I am a trimaran sailor and my first name is also Flip--most find this name alarming/funny in combination with a multihuller...just a thought
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