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I want this boat

Holy cow you have to watch this video. Any gueese what kind of boat this is?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKusg6Jyc9Y&NR=1
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nice dry boat.

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I love my boat
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It has been posted here before, but its a nice video

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Wow! serious weather, serious boat.No idea what she is but i certainly understand why you want one....

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For a change, the music fit the video.

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I had a dream, I was sailing, I was happy, I was even smiling. Then I looked down and saw that I was on a multi-hull and woke up suddenly in a cold sweat.
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Nice old classic 50' yawl.
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it was like that when i went on my solo

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Exclamation I never lie, but, what I say may not always be true!

This my best shot for your answer.

This is the ANITA in September 1997 with approx. 10 - 15 foot waves in the North Sea, about 60 nautical miles northwest from Helgoland, Germany. The Mizzen Mast was split.

The photographs were taken from the SRK WILHEM KAISEN.

The boat builder "May" be here;
http://www.abeking.com/flash.html

This not the Designer, but, the builder! Well, maybe they designed the boat. I really just taking a stab at this.

I Edit to add this, as I say, I may be wrong;
http://www.skostsee.org/data.htm

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