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what sort of mariner lives in this house then?

I always wondered

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I saw no evidence at all that a mariner lived in that pile.

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More money than sense..... LOL!

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1.8 mil? Chump change!!

This is gonna be my first power boat. It comes with a sailing "dink".


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He does seem to have very well trained dogs. At least. for a mariner.
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good lord !! What is that thing ?

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good lord !! What is that thing ?
Some rich Russians 370 foot mega yacht. The sailboat is around 55-60'. If you look close you'll see there's also a power yacht on the other side of the sailboat. Apparently there is also a helicopter and a mini sub stored aboard as well.

I think its the same guy in that TV commercial with the mini giraffe. lol

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