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View Poll Results: Which type of catamarans would you choose, price not an object
Admiral 5 1.81%
BroadBlue 18 6.52%
Catana 62 22.46%
Dean 4 1.45%
Privilege 29 10.51%
Lagoon 55 19.93%
St Francis 25 9.06%
African Cats 24 8.70%
PDQ 26 9.42%
Voyage 9 3.26%
Manta 25 9.06%
Leapord 41 14.86%
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Old 03-11-2008, 12:33   #226
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So an astonishing 12% of voters would have an African Cat if money were no object? Mmmm.

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Old 03-11-2008, 13:05   #227
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So an astonishing 12% of voters would have an African Cat if money were no object? Mmmm.

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Ummm,

Since it is not ordred yet, I may have changed my mind. Is that OK?
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Ummm,

Since it is not ordred yet, I may have changed my mind. Is that OK?
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That's OK you would be better off with your Manta
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That's OK you would be better off with your Manta
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Now if St Francis had one with boards............

But the Broadblue with the small main setup......hmmm.

I think those HUGE mains on all the cats are..........ummmm........HUGE.

Is it just popular or really better?

Ps: did you know I am first in line for a free STAR CRUISER too?
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Now if St Francis had one with boards............

But the Broadblue with the small main setup......hmmm.

I think those HUGE mains on all the cats are..........ummmm........HUGE.

Is it just popular or really better?

Ps: did you know I am first in line for a free STAR CRUISER too?
I still can't find it where you asked first for the free cat, I am sure you must have, but where??

You can have the free Star Cruiser, I might just pretend I am a Bank who is in financial difficulties and then the Government can bail me out and give me loads of cash, if they do I will buy whatever cat you want.
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I still can't find it where you asked first for the free cat, I am sure you must have, but where??
I can't find the post. No expert in search engines.

I have found posts referring to it but not "the" post.

Could it have been deleted somehow? (conspiracy)

If I can't find it do I move to 2nd place?
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I can't find the post. No expert in search engines.

I have found posts referring to it but not "the" post.

Could it have been deleted somehow? (conspiracy)

If I can't find it do I move to 2nd place?
No when it happens we will just have to toss a coin for it.
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It has to be the Rolls Royce of Catamarans the Catana.
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I really think you 2 should get together, and build the perfect cat. Then you can take turns delivering it to eachother all over the world.
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I really think you 2 should get together, and build the perfect cat. Then you can take turns delivering it to eachother all over the world.

LOL.

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It does look like fun, doesn't it. Atlantic 42' at 20 knots.


Hey, that's my boat! I've had LightSpeed going 20+ knots and the cockpit stayed dry.
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Re: If you could pick anything, what would you choose?

I love the Voyage cats for their easy to maintain clean gelcoat interior. They are spacious , and comfortable . The quality of construction is as good as any . I also like the majestic catamarans . Especialy the 530 , love the fishing and watersports deck . So I guess its a tie for me
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-um, Shuttleworth? Barramundi?
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