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      A Few Simple Rules   05/22/2017

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A boat shop with a hole in which a boat keel is hiding.

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EXPENSIVE!!!!

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FUGLY is what it is!

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speed dream

 

 

Nope, Vlad's boat has no hatch forward and the top is peaked differently. The bow is all wrong to be SD.

But, Damn, that is sexy.:)

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....an i550--the guy mistook cm's were inches :o

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of the last three boat yards ive launched boats out of....it would be on the ground. other than that - not a fricken clew.

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already answered on SA facebook....so now who knows french and os willing to translate?

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boat looks run of the mill these days, the workshop however is a complete flop, every blokes shed needs a fridge a stereo and a gun........otherwise it could just be taking up space in a downmarket nail parlor

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Here is what the link on SA Facebook is saying :

designed by Olivier Mousselon from "Mer Forte", Desjoyeux's company, and built by Olivier Luthi in Switzerland. This is a lake racer, hull weight around 450 kg and keel 950 kg, supposed to be both simple and very fast with short handed crew. Only 10m long for easiness in transportation and cost management (!).

  • length 10 m
  • max beam 3 m
  • draft 2.70 - 1.70 m
  • displacement 1600 Kg, lest 950 Kg
  • upwind area 80 m2
  • spinnaker 140 m2

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Not really a fashionisto, but, I believe that is Christian Louboutin before the heel is put on and painted red.

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Luthi F10 No 1

All carbon

10m, 1600kg, draft 1.70-2.70m, 850kg at end of the keel

mast 16m, rigged Futures Fibers

Fun, fast, really fast...

Currently on Lake Geneva, Switzerland

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Nice, that's what it is tongue.gif

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  • length 10 m
  • max beam 3 m
  • draft 2.70 - 1.70 m
  • displacement 1600 Kg, lest 950 Kg
  • upwind area 80 m2
  • spinnaker 140 m2

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Cost management laugh.gif Whoever buys this wont give a shit about cost management. Spending a 150 grand on a day sailor/race boat. LUCKY!

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another frakking sportboat.

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another look. bad ass!

 

The backside looks better from behind, but doesn't compare to the one further down the front page.

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....an i550--the guy mistook cm's were inches :o

 

Hahaha I wish all my mistakes building my i550 turned out that sexy!

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The Viper Mothership

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Its the Speed Dream 27 designed by Vlad Murnikov and being built in the Lyman Morse yard. Spars are by Axxon.

Supposed to launch in a couple of weeks.

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It's an expensive day sailer fo sure but is it stiff enough to use that pole? They add longitudinal stringers after pulling the deck and hull?

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The ED's next ride and the reason that puny, pathetic FT-10 is on the auction block!

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Who cares. Another 100k boat you can not stand up in. Yawn yawn yawn

 

Well said :-)

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I don't care what this hot boat is after seeing that hot ass next to Clean. Where do I get one of those as I'd much rather have that fine piece of engineering on my dock than anything made of carbon.

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Yep, Luthi F10

As fast as ugly.

I prefer the Boat that won this race first in corrected time and also was first boat home in its class.

 

brico

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reverse rake on the bow is so 1940s cadillac retro. Its not a cool look, not natural, not functional, just an attempt at being so uniquely fashionable its stupid. Says he spent 100k, but reality says all carbon custom, it would be closer to 200k out of the yard. Taking bets it will be on the market within a year for 60k and wont sell... A good insurance risk ? nope.

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