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Re: What is the make and model of this boat????

Definitely not Jongert (they have a larger stern, many with the saloon aft and portholes on the stern) or Sangermani custom yawls; it is a ketch! Both the manufacturers above use aloy spars. Most have Sitka Spruce masts and booms.
There should be several for sale on Yachtworld, but they ain't cheap.
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Sorry, forgot to add picture; Sea Diamond, though a doubleender, you can see the similarities.
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Re: What is the make and model of this boat????

For the record, Ralph Lauren is a power-yachter.
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For the record, Ralph Lauren is a power-yachter.
Well, by the look of that freakin' jib, looks like the owner of this thing is, as well:




Not sure I've ever seen a 'symmetrical genoa' before... That's right up there with the backwinded one in the Viagra commercial...


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Re: What is the make and model of this boat????

Capta has it right - either Rhodes or S&S - I lean to S&S because most of the big Rhodes were canoe sterns. Sea Diamond/Fandango is one of the only huge sailboats I've ever truly lusted after. When it was a Caribbean charter boat I used to read the ads & dream of owning it, complete with the Baccarat crystal glassware. I gave up the dream when I realized I couldn't afford the varnish for the spars.

I wonder how much a drum of varnish IS these days?
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