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They got the bow on upside down.

 

Other than that smartass remark, looks sexy. Narrow bow...broad flat stern.

 

I want it's little sister.

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That is uber sexy. No idea what it is though.

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Frers 60 CIAO GIANNI, built by Multiplast for french owner Jacky Setton , push button daysailor.

Seton's previous boat was TOMTIT, a 55' replica of STEALTH , Gianni Agnelli's 90'

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Frers 60 CIAO GIANNI, built by Multiplast for french owner Jacky Setton , push button daysailor.

Seton's previous boat was TOMTIT, a 55' replica of STEALTH , Gianni Agnelli's 90'

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Frers 60 CIAO GIANNI, built by Multiplast for french owner Jacky Setton , push button daysailor.

Seton's previous boat was TOMTIT, a 55' replica of STEALTH , Gianni Agnelli's 90'

 

Yep. Beat me to it.

 

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Uhhh... Bobby.... PHUCK OFF N00B! Nice first post... after a year and 1/4 of membership. LOL! Not a bad lookin boat, but huge daysailers aren't my thing.

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Damn that was quick. thought there'd be way more dummass/smartass comments before the truth was told. Upside down bows seem to work for the pickle forks. Don't that boat is doing too much BP.

 

Looks cool though

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There are a couple of large powerboats with that sort of bow shape. Its called an axe bow. Not sure if this fits into the 'axe' category though.

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Hi All,

 

Any chance of getting a shot of (or a link to) the self tacker arrangement. Namely the track (how it is curved etc) and the clew board setup.

I love self tackers.....

 

Yeah I know ......

I am ready for all the flames from self tacker haters.....wait till I get a rum so I can cope!

 

Cheers,

 

Jim ;)

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Hmmm....

Nice looking North Sails.

 

Is this pun intended ? Given the owner's mixed history in sailmaking !

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Hmmm....

 

A French influenced Farr something. Bet IRC will look kindly on that, little damp foreward? What does it rate..a gazillion

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Hmmm....

 

A French influenced Farr something. Bet IRC will look kindly on that, little damp foreward? What does it rate..a gazillion

No it is a Frers design

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Whatever it is, it's ugly.

 

Are you kidding!!?

 

You need your eyes tested fella.

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Whatever it is, it's ugly.

 

Are you kidding!!?

 

You need your eyes tested fella.

 

+1

 

That thing is a work of art. Functional (fast) art for that matter!

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He brought the line of the Jib stay down to the water line on the bow . Nice.

 

I want one that would have a saucer round from the sides to the transom ending at the middle line with more over hang. Chain Saw the UGLY square stern transition and all that weight in the sides back there.

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There are a couple of large powerboats with that sort of bow shape. Its called an axe bow. Not sure if this fits into the 'axe' category though.

 

I guess if the guy signing the front of the check "axe" fo it, the guy signing the back of the check do it.

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interesting - just don't have the average joe anchor it. Sorry I dropped the anchor through the bow you might want to break out life jackets.

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Whatever it is, it's ugly.

 

Are you kidding!!?

 

You need your eyes tested fella.

 

Eye of the beholder.

 

I think a J-boat is beautiful. That thing look like the head of a shovel. :P

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