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Old 08-04-2016, 06:37   #31
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i dont know for you guys but L 400 looks really elegant to me. And get many compliments from other people.

thinking about it, mostly females.
Ahh, yeah... but those females at the Chicken Ranch, they sometimes say things just for the tips, you know?

They sort of, ahh, stretch the truth if you get my meaning...
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Old 08-04-2016, 07:06   #32
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i dont know for you guys but L 400 looks really elegant to me. And get many compliments from other people.
thinking about it, mostly females.
Probably the kind of females that are impressed by fast powerboats too

I've only been on a few Lagoons, and while I can see the attraction and why people buy them (and enjoy the h*ll out of them), it's just not my type of boat.

That doesn't mean I trash talk Lagoons (or other cats for that matter - I even considered a small cat myself). It's just a personal thing. And I like that we all like different boats -- life would be so boring if anchorages and marinas were all filled with just a few different boats.

That ... thing in the picture in this topic ... I don't know what to make of it
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Old 08-04-2016, 07:58   #33
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Let's just say the SunReef will be very popular with buyers aged 4 to 8 years.
Probably also do well with the Pontiac Aztek ownwers association.
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I have it on the very best authority that it was just a simple mix up, nobody's fault really.

SunReef just happened to hire the same market research company that had the Lego & Fisher Price accounts and the two focus groups were invited on the same day and, well, er...

Let's just say the SunReef will be very popular with buyers aged 4 to 8 years.
Yeah right. Envy are we?

They have sold already 5 of them mostly to people who can afford professionals (not you or I I'm afraid) to drive them around. Have a closer look at the yacht. ( http://www.yachtingmagazine.com/sunr...ht-show#page-5 ) It's luxury most CF members do not know of or could not afford.

Pure decadence, sipping campaign while others do all the work.

Available also without alibi mast and sails as pure fossil burning beast.

I personally like the garage thingy at the stern.

This yacht is awesome but I prefer to be at the helm myself.

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Yeah right. Envy are we?

Pure decadence, sipping campaign while others do all the work.
Available also without alibi mast and sails as pure fossil burning beast.
I personally like the garage thingy at the stern.

This yacht is awesome
Your assumption that my (rather gentle I thought) criticism of something you clearly envy must be prompted by envy on my part is textbook psychological projection.

Your underlying issues should respond well to therapy however.
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You're welcome.

The boat and the lifestyle you so admire I happen to find ostentatious and vulgar - as distasteful as Venice-in-Vegas, reality TV, obsession with celebrity, tabloid newspapers, Kardashians or Trumps.

Enlightened now are we?




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Your underlying issues should respond well to therapy however.
Believe me, I tried. I even married a psychologist 33 years ago. Does not work at all.

But what does it say about you declaring something which is obviously out of your reach as targeted to 4-8 years old?

Wait a minute - I'll ask my wife...

... my wife said it does not mean anything. Only maybe you show a strange sense of humor which you most likely share with me.

She will not charge you either.

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The boat and the lifestyle you so admire I happen to find ostentatious and vulgar - as distasteful as Venice-in-Vegas, reality TV, obsession with celebrity, tabloid newspapers, Kardashians or Trumps.
I could not agree more! As I said I like to steer my boat and mix my drinks myself.

PS: For you Ill mark my post in the future with [sarcasm on] sarcastic comment [sarcasm off]

PPS: No offense intended and none taken! All good?
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The thing with taste is, it's individual. The Sunreef? Not to my taste. But it seems fewer and fewer production catamarans are....
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Don't they say Him with the most toy's "WINS". There should be enough room for a rack for an 18ft skiff of the back as well.
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