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Old 13-10-2013, 12:38   #1
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New Catana 59

They say the first one is now done with the boat shows and can be yours for only $2.2 mill. Notice the ultra cool curved daggerboards. Lotsa good pics in that ad. drool.
2012 Catana 59 Sail Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com
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Old 13-10-2013, 12:57   #2
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The lines, I don't know mate.All those converging planes just don't do it for me. It's reminiscent of those ''stealth'' naval vessels. I do like the swept back bows.
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Old 13-10-2013, 13:32   #3
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I dont like the IKEA looking furniture and finish...
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Same here. It's FUGLY.
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Re: New Catana 59

At 60ft (and 2.2mil) there is room for design styling, doesn't look like they used any, dare I say it looks 'homebuilt'
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I love you guys but totally disagree. It looks badass like a Testarossa. If I buy you one would you change you mind?
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As long as you throw in some deck candy.
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I don't see anything resembling a Testarossa!
I look at the XLR as different yet with style.



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They say the first one is now done with the boat shows and can be yours for only $2.2 mill. Notice the ultra cool curved daggerboards. Lotsa good pics in that ad. drool.
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Blech... hideous.
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I'd take it.
I think it looks fine...but then again, I think my boat is absolutely stunning!!!
Some other folks might not so much...
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I'd take it.
I think it looks fine...but then again, I think my boat is absolutely stunning!!!
Some other folks might not so much...
You're boat is stunning and it makes a lot of sense.
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You're boat is stunning and it makes a lot of sense.
Thanks SMJ!
I am still very much in love with her, however I might want to trade up for a bigger, faster, live aboard world cruiser someday...
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I did have a look last April in La Grande Motte and she is awesome. So I take it.

But if I had the money I would buy the 5X. A little more "traditional" and in euro 500k less. Safes some for the cruising kitty.

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Thanks SMJ!
I am still very much in love with her, however I might want to trade up for a bigger, faster, live aboard world cruiser someday...
Don't do it! More maintenance and surely less fun to sail.
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So bigger means less fun? Tell that to the Gunboat crowd.
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