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Old 06-07-2015, 02:58   #1
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The Ultimate Multihull

I would never have believed that it would have been from this company. They managed to capture everything in one design.

Im sat in the back clinic rocking in the chair with a dazed expression on my face. The mug of Colombian coffee is cooling on the desk untouched. I have the nurse practitioner and the student doc seeing the patients whilst I try and recover from the sensory overload....... I am dazed and in love.

The testing of the vessel has just been completed in France.

I beg you to please be cautious when viewing the photos, make sure you are sat down.

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Re: The Ultimate Multihull

Interior pilot position

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Re: The Ultimate Multihull

Exterior Helm.

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Re: The Ultimate Multihull

Be careful when you show the photos to your friend.

Especially you Salty Monkey.

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Old 06-07-2015, 06:42   #5
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Re: The Ultimate Multihull

Its impressive, but how do the outside hulls stay on the water once it stops? Won't they sea saw as in your thurd pic.

WOW love the pilot station! I would buy it just for the pilot station!

Mondays UGG!!! Now I know what I work for
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PS. So where to the ashes in the ashtray disappear to?
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Re: The Ultimate Multihull

Looks just like the next iteration of the Flyin' Hawaian.
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Looks just like the next iteration of the Flyin' Hawaian.

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I'd like just a little protection from the elements on the flybridge.
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I'd like just a little protection from the elements on the flybridge.
I think that will be an option.......
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Re: The Ultimate Multihull

In its charter configuration, it has 8 cabins and 8 heads and showers.



I like the four cabin option.
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Re: The Ultimate Multihull

Or something like this anchored behind us today...
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Will they use the sails...?
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Re: The Ultimate Multihull

I phoned Neel today. They indicated that videos would be forthcoming shortly.

I did not enquire regarding the price. My wallet knows it cannot stretch that far.
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Re: The Ultimate Multihull

Lovely...Interior helm dead centre and in front, cabins to left and right, lounge front and right.......... Galley mid boat and gorgeous..

Its the semi commercial look of the layout that I like. Totally functional with an air of a small hotel rather than catering for a "homey" feel.
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