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Old 05-12-2015, 22:11   #16
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Re: Seawind introduces a 52'

Pool table? You're a hoser. The question is where is the skeet thrower going to go.
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Old 05-12-2015, 23:36   #17
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Im sorry, the 52 is just not big enough. Where am I going to put my pool table?
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My wife was wanting to know where she could fit the running machine? ?
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Running machines are for little boats. On proper boats you just go for a run.
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Andrew, you're the only lucky one to have seen the new reworked boat. Please, provide us with some more Scooby snacks. The hulls appear to be more slim than most, is this true? Are there any protrusions from the hulls under the bridge deck? Can these helm really be enclosed to be fully protected? Was it your impression that this is being built as a tough, knock about boat with heavy gear, or a slimmer, lightweight/light gear vessel? Thanks a lot.
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And where's the bbq?


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Andrew, you're the only lucky one to have seen the new reworked boat. Please, provide us with some more Scooby snacks. The hulls appear to be more slim than most, is this true? Are there any protrusions from the hulls under the bridge deck? Can these helm really be enclosed to be fully protected? Was it your impression that this is being built as a tough, knock about boat with heavy gear, or a slimmer, lightweight/light gear vessel? Thanks a lot.
Sorry but not really able to give much more of an update, the hulls are slim ( no lagoon style island berth bedding) and it looks like the boat is targeted for a couple that want performance and a high quality build , Main point is that this is not a condomaran, don't think you will find the stand up Samsung fridge freezer on this boat however it's not cheeeeeep , ie you can buy 3 Seawind 1160 for just one of these boats but it sure looks good when I was there a few weeks ago before I picked up my own 1160.

Re the hel positions, the look about similar to what you get on the 1160 as farad protection, that's said a vessel of this size will mainly be on autopilot if sailed by a cruising couple
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