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Old 21-06-2008, 13:42   #31
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Gideon, I am with you on this one, it would be a Fastcat 455 for me anyday, more high tech, some great ideas, fast, roomy, good looking, well laid out and nice large safe and element friendly aft cockpit, just got to win the lottery
You do not live that far away so just come for a sail we will have a great day and no need to get a lottery ticket.
I just love to sail

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Old 21-06-2008, 13:43   #32
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Gideon, I am with you on this one, it would be a Fastcat 455 for me anyday, more high tech, some great ideas, fast, roomy, good looking, well laid out and nice large safe and element friendly aft cockpit, just got to win the lottery
You do not live that far away so just come for a sail we will have a great day and no need to get a lottery ticket.
I just love to sail

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Old 21-06-2008, 14:47   #33
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I had trouble locating the prices on the website. I found a pdf file that seemed to have prices for options, but I didn't see anything showing an MSRP. Can you give an example of a real sailaway price? 435.
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Old 21-06-2008, 15:03   #34
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It's around a million, US.
If you have to ask specifically then you probably can't afford it, like me.
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You do not live that far away so just come for a sail we will have a great day and no need to get a lottery ticket.
I just love to sail

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Thank you Gideon, I may well take you up on that.

I can easily get a flight from Bristol to Amsterdam.

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Old 21-06-2008, 15:23   #36
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I am not allowed to post prices on a FastCat so if yuo mail me your address I can send you a price list.
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It's around a million, US.
If you have to ask specifically then you probably can't afford it, like me.
You can't buy it if you don't know the price...
Anyway, that tells me if I can afford one used or not. And I can't.

I can buy some very nice cats in the $200,000-$300,000 range used, but they aren't electric, which is what I want. So it seems I'd just as soon buy a $50,000 mono and keep $250,000 in my pocket.
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Old 21-06-2008, 16:10   #38
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I can easily get a flight from Bristol to Amsterdam.

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easily = EASYJET!
The first step to save money for the FASTCAT!

Just joking, this is no "private ad"
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easily = EASYJET!
The first step to save money for the FASTCAT!

Just joking, this is no "private ad"
Even better I have just found out I can use Flybe from Exeter about 10 minutes from my house to get to Amsterdam, must find out which is cheapest, so I can save even more money, as soon as I can walk properly again (due to a stupid error on my behalf - hurt my back badly) mind of a 21 year old says you can do it, body of a 51 year old says no you cant and I told you so! hence my sciatic nerve is trapped.
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So when can I expect you Ireaney , you can also come and do the delivery with me of the African Innovation to Stavanger from Amsterdam harbor , around a 400 NM journey
and with the right winds about 36 hours of sailing.
we expect to leave by late July

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