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Old 12-02-2016, 13:57   #16
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Do Australians have class?
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Re: Cost of changing out Ikea looking cabinets on a Lagoon

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I'd take the Lagoon to Thailand and show them a picture of what you want it too look like. I bet you could get it done to your satisfaction for less than half of 70,000 euro.
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I'd take the Lagoon to Thailand and show them a picture of what you want it too look like. I bet you could get it done to your satisfaction for less than half of 70,000 euro.
Wow! Very risky with extremely low chance of success. And a sure way to turn a $1.5+ million investment into a huge loss.
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So, turns out Europeans have no class. That's what's so great about this forum. Something new to learn every day.
And that gem comes from someone who grew up in Sydney and lives in NY.

Oh, the irony, it burns.

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Old 12-02-2016, 17:10   #23
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Guess that exist eurpeans on this forum looking for a bright ikea, furniture styled boat... he even thought on how get all the furniture lighter and brighter...
(ok that's me...)
Monte's design is great (italian sourname)

Howevers, seriously thinking i guess that darkeing all the interior wood with dark wood's oil will do 80% of the work...
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The teak cave look was classy forty years ago.

I suspect the IKEA look is attractive to younger buyers, not so classy for older folks.
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...I suspect the IKEA look is attractive to younger buyers, not so classy for older folks.
It's what gave the condomarran its name.
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I still go for the Herreshoff interior, that's my idea of classy.
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Mostly paint with varnished trim? That's how TN is setup.
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The teak cave look was classy forty years ago.

I suspect the IKEA look is attractive to younger buyers, not so classy for older folks.
Well, being almost a quarter of century old i can say that i like the new clean design of new production boat and catamaran but i absolutly love too a old formosa's interior, all teak, with brass, hand carved door and so on...maybe too dark and too "cave" in case of 4 days of raining and have almost no place to go, even under the bimini...just to take a look outside..

I liKe Feeling line, and the interior for example of this

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I don't like the Sun odyssey and similar mass production boat...neither old looking like a well crafted formosa neither new modern style...
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Re: Cost of changing out Ikea looking cabinets on a Lagoon

Being a catamaran, you want an interior that looks good upside down too. And plenty of sound deadening, for when you're motoring 15,000% of the time.
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An excellent interior for pole-dancing midget chefs.
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