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New Catamaran 50 feets

Dear,
I would like to present you a new catamaran. The Absolu 50
Catamaran 50 feets same architect as Catana Mr C. Barreau which is a good friend of mind
Absolu50 is faster easy to sail and comfortable. Excellent for long trip and for Charter Company
Exist in two versions a charter one and an Owner version
Please feel free to contact me www.absolu50.com if you are interesting in this new Catamaran
Regards
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Fred-

Thanks so much for spamming us about the new catamaran. If you had a brain and read the Terms of Service for sailnet, which you are supposed to agree to before getting an account... you would realize that you are spamming the forum. I would also be interested in knowing what your relationship to the website in question is—I am assuming it is your website, since you do say to contact you, and leave the website address there. Do you have a financial interest in people purchasing one of these bloated beasts??? If so, then your post violates the commercial advertising clause in the terms of service.
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I'm a multihull fan, and let me tell you, that is one ugly multihull. And probably exceptionally overpriced, since a 40'+ cat is going to be in the seven digit range usually.
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