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This is belongs to a developer we do a lot of work for, he bought this new 5 yrs ago and immediately got biggerboatitis; the boat has spent the last 3.5 yrs. in Shelter Island boatyard in rehab and over the weekend it was moved from Shelter Island to Driscos boatyard ( just up the street ) to do the finishing touches. I don't know the final price tag but I hear he could have bought two more. He had the transom extended 11', had a new flybridge added, all new interior and repowed, (the new engines were over a mil each)

Anywho, here's some photos of this once 89' pleasure yacht that's now a 100' sportfisher

Alessa Leigh hit veiw all, then chick photo to enlarge if ya want


They had to remove some palm trees on shelter Island drive to get her up the street

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Stuff like that makes me wonder what its like to have "crazy money".

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That's a fine looking Hatteras. I've always thought the Hatteras design theme was spot on for a sportfisher.

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Nice looking engines! I'm a bit skeptical of the price tag, but either way, he should at least be able to afford a Rocna for the bow roller!


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Nice looking engines! I'm a bit skeptical of the price tag, but either way, he should at least be able to afford a Rocna for the bow roller!
I have no idea, I found it hard to believe myself, but not knowing any better, I gotta go with what I was told

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When we fetched our boat in San Diego this vessel was in the yard under covers and the contractors were cutting and hammering away behond the plastic, that was in May 2007.

The local broker said something like $1.2m had been spent on remodelling at that time so I guess it's probably way past there by now.

Still, $1m for an engine . . . . nah, I don't think so. Sounds like one of the workers wanting to impress . . .

Looking at the pics, there's still a long way to go or were those taken some time ago?


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What you guys don't know is that Poopy traded in his Hunter on her. He is just trying to impress us all. It won't work, Poopy. We are not impressed. It doesn't have a bimini.

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