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Introducing our boat

Finally we found her. It's a real beauty. Thanks to all who gave us advise and thanks to all who tried to make us change our minds. Everything was useful.
In a month she will be totally ours, as we still have to check her on the ground, sail her a little, check the engine (an outboard 9.9 HP Evinrude) and then pay the rest of the money.
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Wow, she's a real beauty, alright. First time I've felt a bit of jealousy since I bought Hesper! Congratulations and the very best of luck. What will you call her?
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Thanks! Her name is Magnum and we won't change it as it's ok. It's a 25 footer, designed by Pablo Cibert, one of the disciples of two of our greatest boat designers: Campos and Frers.

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PS: two of our greatest boat designers I mean designers from Argentina.
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Sweet! Very nice lines and looks lovingly taken care of.
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Pretty! Post a pic of the underbody when you have a chance

And don't neglect the varnish!
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Looks like a lot of upkeep but its a good looking boat. I wish I had that kind of dedication.
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That's one gorgeous boat. It must feel like a violation to have her sit in that muddy water. The water should be as clean as the boat!
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That's one gorgeous boat. It must feel like a violation to have her sit in that muddy water. The water should be as clean as the boat!
My thoughts exactly! She's a beauty alright...
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What a beauty! She'll turn heads wherever she goes!
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Absolutely gorgeous ... I'm green with envy. Congrats!
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