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Look What's In My Marina!!

This might interest SD more than any of us, but this super duper hi tech Cat will be trying to beat the Atlantic Crossing in two ways:

Absolute record with crew, and later Solo Crossing, then a round the World. Cool that is fast!!

I have been inside and the guys are really nice. Guess what??? they pass by my boat every day 4 or 5 times a day, and they like my boat!! I am happy with it. They all came inside so I went inside theirs... Sorry no photos, but I was allowed all the ones I wanted from the outside.

I was promised a ride friday..so if I do...I'll bring the camera (if allowed). If they are still here before I leave next week, I will give them a ride too, that was the deal. Their mast and Rig specialists are tuning my rig this week for free, too.

This cat is tottaly Carbon Fiber, total weight is 18.500lbs.

Enjoy the photos. If you like I'll get more tomorrow, or if you want special angles, let me know.






















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Wow, that is awesome.

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Those high tech machines are amazing!!!!!!
30-40 knots right?
Damn, that is fast!
Hope she can stay in one piece.

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I'm gonna ride on it!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What a dream!!!

They say she'll cruise at 30....I'm gonna have a ride!!!!
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It looks crazy-fast.
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WOW! That's one cool Cat! Have fun.

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I'm gonna ride on it!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What a dream!!!

They say she'll cruise at 30....I'm gonna have a ride!!!!
You didn't tell them about your boom, did you?
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Very cool... I hope the netting is in good shape, otherwise, it'll be hard to get any work done, since there's no real deck other than that. Very pretty boat, but sticking it in a slip would be a bear, and cost an arm and a leg... at least.

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See if you can find out what it's demensions are. It's quite interesting.
Be a good design for some old married folks. Put the old lady in one hull and stay in the other. ;-)
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Where is the bottle opener??? I bet they forgot that!!
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