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What boat is this?

Hallo,
I am Barta. please help.

I saw a photos of a boat called giulietta on one magazine some time in past month in show, but I don't find what boat is and where to buy or the costs. It is a white boat. Now magazine not available, it was from June editions and i don't find new.

I search giulietta in the internet and found sailnet site.

Please help me see the that lboat

Thank you
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Giulietta is a Delmar Conde 1200 Custom.

Delmar Conde
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Giulietta is a member here but on vacation. Here is other information about his boat.
GIULIETTA IN SAIL MAGAZINES (see blog)
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Barta,

That tub Giulietta is a sorry excuse for a sailboat -- you can do much better. Worse yet, the owner is an insufferable, arrogant, know-it-all. If you happen to pass him on the water -- steer well clear of this charlatan. You'll know him by the gold-leaf hat emblazoned with the words "El Capitan", which is also tattooed to his ill-defined left bicep.

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Welcome back Alex ........ sorry i mean Barta. Nice holiday?
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You can probably insult the boat all you want, but make a mean comment about his kids or wife and if he don't shoot you, someone else here will.
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You can probably insult the boat all you want, but make a mean comment about his kids or wife and if he don't shoot you, someone else here will.
Hey, I confined my comments to the boat and skipper, and added an abundance of so everyone would know I was in jest!!

But I'm sure he'll get the photoshop going nonetheless!
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Hi John,

what do you mean with "you can do much better"?
What could be done much better , how, and for what price?

I will be looking into buying a boat, and this is one of the builders I am looking at, so any information will be very usefull.

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Thank you, that is the boat I saw before.

I am from Haifa, in Israel, and that boat is a interesting machine. We don't have many here as such. I was thinking it was a production, not only one boat made, so I was asking.

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John was joking about doing better... the Delmar Conde 1200 is an excellent custom boat... however, a lot of how it turns out will be dependent on how involved you are, which is often the case with custom boats.
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Hi John,

what do you mean with "you can do much better"?
What could be done much better , how, and for what price?

I will be looking into buying a boat, and this is one of the builders I am looking at, so any information will be very usefull.

thanks
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