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10 partners wanted for nw build 65''''

I am starting to build a 65'' aluminium motor yacht and am looking for 10 partners who wish to share .Investment from each would be $20k.After 5 years of use ,boat will be sold and proceeds divided amound investors.Limited liability charitable corp. ask me by e mail for details and website.
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10 partners wanted for nw build 65''''

You can''t build a 65 foot motoryacht for $200,000. Heck the engines and control systems cost that much.

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Coat is $400,000 my chare is 50%

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You can''t build a 65 foot motoryacht for $200,000. Heck the engines and control systems cost that much.
cost is $400,000 my share is 50%
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So who benefits from the charitable corp.?
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I mean no offense, but if you have to recruit here, I don't like your chances.
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metric conversion?

Original post calls for a boat 65" long. Five feet five inches is a bit tight for me. If the guy that owns 50% of my boat starts out making mistakes like that before the boat is built, how many of his mistakes are going to get built into the boat, and what is it going to cost to fix them?
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I'm wondering how you get into 65" boat??
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