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Originally Posted by Valiente
Sure, but my recollection is that it's not a Swan or a Moody or some luxe yacht, but is a fairly standard production boat with some years on it. Like I said, I got the impression he's a real sailor who happens to act, not just a guy with a crew on call to take him out in 10 knots when he feels like getting served a beverage.

But I can't find the article.
A Shannon 43 with a custom interior is not a standard production boat IMHO... From their website:

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SHANNON SAILAWAY PRICE
Custom interior layout, with the standard sailaway features and equipment inventory as described herein.
$876,000

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