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390 foot - 300,000,000.00 yacht

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Hey cool, Communism works just like Capatalism!
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.. but with better vodka

... or I'm wrong.

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We saw that thing in Venice Italy last summer, rather odd looking to say the least.


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We got pretty close to it in Mustique last spring. The gararge is like a warehouse.

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"211,000-gallon fuel capacity"???? No wonder gas prices are high...this thing is keeping the supply low.
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I hope that SOB doesn't expect me to give up my transient slip.


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It was in North Sound Tortola earlier this year and it was very noticeable that if anybody got close a big RIB would come out and with a couple of big guys onboard and stare at you until you turned away.
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We saw A in Iles de Saintes earlier this year. They've got a tender that someone told me costs somewhere around a million bucks. It came by us several times -- nice ride, but I'll keep mine, thanks.
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