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Old 04-09-2016, 02:48   #1
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Can anybody recognise this boat

Can anyone identify this boat please? Seen on the Thames yesterday.
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Old 04-09-2016, 03:44   #2
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I believe that is "A" built for Andrey Melnichenko
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Yeah, that's it. He's put it up for sale (~$300,000,000) since he had this sailboat built...

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Wonder if he'll take a check....
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That's it! Thanks. Have to see my bank manager in the morning.
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Eastgate.
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Uh... the first is motor yacht 'A', at 119 meters. The second is sailing yacht 'A'
at 143 meters. (Try and beat that level of narcissism.) Both are, in my opinion of course, hideous and indicative of the poor taste of the owner...
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Uh... the first is motor yacht 'A', at 119 meters. The second is sailing yacht 'A'
at 143 meters. (Try and beat that level of narcissism.) Both are, in my opinion of course, hideous and indicative of the poor taste of the owner...
The second boat is actually not a sailing yacht. Sail assisted power boat is a better description.
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Both are, in my opinion of course, hideous and indicative of the poor taste of the owner...

poor taste because he can afford it, or poor taste because you think he's flaunting it?

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