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Not our best photo, but whatever it is, it is fucking cool. Props to anarchist Erik.

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White Bread.

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Looks like a Perry AC75 test mule without the foils installed.

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One of those Lake Garda or Lake Geneva thingies.

 

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1 hour ago, Boudreaux said:

One of those Lake Garda or Lake Geneva thingies.

 

quite a bit of tide showing on those rocks for a lake,  no?

 

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3 hours ago, heavym210 said:

Ciao Gianni

 

6 minutes ago, eltelatron said:

Looks like an updated version of 'Spectre' the frers 60

My thought, but with a (vestigial) coach roof.

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I don't know what it is, but it sails out of Marina del Rey and I see sailing most weekends. Its berthed on the main channel, just South of the fuel dock.

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60' daysailor :)  I'll take 2.

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The guy in the white shirt, white shorts, white shoes, white socks and I assume white boxers is doing nothing, save crossing his arms, looks to be having a bunch of fun.

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19 minutes ago, Al Paca said:

Is that patio furniture he’s sitting on?  

whatever the heck it is, it looks ridiculous. and it ain't the boat that is in the OP

 

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Looks well set up for one or two people to sail with all hydraulics for winches, very clean deck arrangement. Does not appear to be set up for kites?

60 foot is a big day sailor and at 3.8m draft limits your marina berths.

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It looks rather awesome.

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I hope those stanchions retract  when she dives!

 

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3 minutes ago, buck said:

WTF are those uprights by the cockpit?

Removable Corner posts for the Sun shade - thats hanging from them......

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Well that seems odd. Compared to every perceived design conceit.

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49 minutes ago, DamnSkippy said:

It is.....!

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Is it aground?;)

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5 hours ago, Al Paca said:

Is that patio furniture he’s sitting on?  

Nah...That ain't him.  Paddy O'Furniture runs a housewares store in Dublin.

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6 hours ago, See Level said:

Is it aground?;)

No, it’s a boat???

4 hours ago, Left Shift said:

Nah...That ain't him.  Paddy O'Furniture runs a housewares store in Dublin.

:P

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4 hours ago, Left Shift said:

Poor guy.  A cool boat like that and no friends.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MX6MvV8cbh8

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Looks like a different approach to the design or usage driver for Francis Lee.

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We bought the Hall boom off of that boat. The owner was still wanting more 'push button' sailing so he had an in boom furler built for it. You can see the big round in boom furler in the second photos. 

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53 minutes ago, Swanno said:

Take a look at the pictures here: https://www.fraseryachts.com/en/yacht/ciao-gianni/

Spending a gazilion fucktonne of dollarbucks and you get a Thetford Porta potti with a removable shit tank and no below deck comforts. 

Maybe they should rig a rope tow aft so the guests/targets can haul themselves up to the high side in their stilettos. 

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