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Re: My Personal Process for Tracking Down a New Boat

As one with court-side seats to SJB's process, it's been interesting.. while it's clear the Fortune 30 was at the forefront, Jon looked at a wide variety of boats and sizes, to the extent that one could wonder if he really knew what he wanted !

But it's pretty clear there was an ultimate purpose, and I'm pleased that he was able to find such a rare, pristine specimen that ticks all his boxes. Way to go, Jonathan!!
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