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Old 03-04-2016, 19:43   #1
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Don't Buy A Wedding Cake

Another great video of a cat designed and built for performance sailing

https://youtu.be/L-nFFT1aDEI
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Old 03-04-2016, 23:17   #2
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Another great video of a cat designed and built for performance sailing

https://youtu.be/L-nFFT1aDEI
for your own good, hope polux dont see that.

You will learn thing or 2 about sailing cats from him.
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Here is the Picture from the Singapore Boat show today,

the boom stack is actually 50 feet off from the water!!
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Here is the Picture from the Singapore Boat show today,

the boom stack is actually 50 feet off from the water!!
What breed is that? Not one of the new Seawinds?

Boom looks high, but from scale of other objects in photo, not 50 feet. Are you sure? The main deck must then be close to 20 feet above the water?
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What breed is that? Not one of the new Seawinds?

Boom looks high, but from scale of other objects in photo, not 50 feet. Are you sure? The main deck must then be close to 20 feet above the water?
Its a SunReef (70 feet long)
There was a guy on top of the Bimini cleaning the top shelf , I swear he needed a harness as had he fell it would have been a long, long way down......
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Old 04-04-2016, 03:22   #6
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looks to me it is designed to appeal chinese.

with its own ikea shop inside.

not pretty.

i guess thats how pure mono guys see my cat.
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Its a SunReef (70 feet long)
There was a guy on top of the Bimini cleaning the top shelf , I swear he needed a harness as had he fell it would have been a long, long way down......
If LOA is 70 feet, boom height would indeed be 50 feet. Yikes!

Like most things in "Singers", high rise. Does it come with a bamboo scaffold?
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Here is the Picture from the Singapore Boat show today,

the boom stack is actually 50 feet off from the water!!

I agree the boom is high off the water but 50'? You get no points for exaggeration. The guy on the dock is half way up a 8' ladder, working on the underside of the roof on the dock. That makes the top of that roof 12' at most. the boom is double that height in the picture.

MAYBE 24'

Maybe you dont like it but really? 50'?
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Yep, if it's a 70 ft boat, a ruler on the picture will tell you that the boom height is about 1/3 or the length, or close to 25ft.
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Here is the Picture from the Singapore Boat show today,

the boom stack is actually 50 feet off from the water!!
Gack!
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Its a SunReef (70 feet long)
There was a guy on top of the Bimini cleaning the top shelf , I swear he needed a harness as had he fell it would have been a long, long way down......
SunReef 68 Supreme? Check out their website.

Sorry StuM, boom height closer to 50 foot than 25.

Although we know those Seawind owners like to exaggerate, especially about speed, this time Andrew is correct! 😀
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Assuming a waterline length of 68', it looks like roughly 25' from waterline to boom based on some rough calculations. In the attached image, the horizontal red lines are evenly spaced apart.

http://www.cruisersforum.com/forums/...1&d=1459812628

Based on the CharterWorld review, this is a massive boat.
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Whatever the boom height turns out to be, that is one FUGLY boat. How can they design such a travesty?

I'll echo DH: "Gack"!

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Wow that is one ugly.... Boat just seems like to wrong word.
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Wow that is one ugly.... Boat just seems like to wrong word.
I love it!

Not because it looks good, but now hopefully everyone will make fun of SunReefs instead of Lagoons.
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