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The HR40 at the show, Pusteblume, was delivered from Daytona Beach to Annapolis the week before last by *ahem* me. *grin*

She is a 2008 Classic. If either of you guys are interested in the Original I'd be happy to show you mine. I'll be at the show Friday and Sunday and have a client on Saturday morning. We can work out a walkthrough Saturday afternoon before the SN gathering that evening.
Thanks Dave, I certainly will stop by to take a closer look. To be up front, I am not looking for a HR40. But I will open for a late model HR 342 or 37. Since I am pretty much local I can always talk to you later after the boat show. I don't want to take away your prime time at the show.


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Just give me a shout RockDAWG. Always happy to talk boats and certainly HRs. I'm generally in and around Annapolis. Sometimes in Deale. Monday morning I'll be in Gaithersburg. I'm leaving for the BVI 1 November and won't be back until Christmas.

On the HR at the show you should talk to Roger. Tell him Dave on Auspicious sent you. *grin* Can't hurt, might help.

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Ah..boat show weekend. Everyone at work knows these are a “religious” holiday for me
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Rockdawg is clearly delusional...
Hahah.....

SD, if you have met my wife and daughter, you will know I am not delusional. I am one of the few husbands who can spend times shooting young models from fashion, glamour, lingerie to nude on a regular basis. May be it is a sign that I am so ugly my wife is not worry it. .


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Just give me a shout RockDAWG. Always happy to talk boats and certainly HRs. I'm generally in and around Annapolis. Sometimes in Deale. Monday morning I'll be in Gaithersburg. I'm leaving for the BVI 1 November and won't be back until Christmas.

On the HR at the show you should talk to Roger. Tell him Dave on Auspicious sent you. *grin* Can't hurt, might help.
Cool and thanks.... I will find you. Let me save your pic on my iPhone


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Rockdawg is clearly delusional...
I thought there was nothing wrong with his itinerary...

Anyway, doing something similar as Rockdawg but with the wife close by, probably won't be too obvious checking out the ladies. I like the teeth I have in mouth at this time and also being able to see through open eyelids is a plus.....

We'll be arriving late Friday night from LI and plan to arrive at show opening, 10AM. I always like to get as good a deal as the next guy and hate to find out that I missed out on something after the fact. With that in mind, does anyone know if there are any discount admission ticket offers?

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Auspicious, and others...the SN get together is Friday night.

I expect anyone and everyone going Thursday to post the must see stuff here so I am fully prepared for my Friday visit

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Auspicious, and others...the SN get together is Friday night.
Oops. Got my parties confused.

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I am looking at the Hylas 52 and dreaming...also the 456 Sabre. One of the members in our club is selling their boat and it is the one boat I truly have had my eyes on for 5 years. We are about to put a bid on her.

It a 1999 Hans Christian 43 Christina. We went for a "test" sail a few weekends ago. Watching how they have taken care of her the last few years I know that she is in great condition. I am trying to not get my hopes up to high.


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I am looking at the Hylas 52 and dreaming...also the 456 Sabre. .
Had an interesting experience at last year's show. My dockmates were in the market for a new boat and asked for a second opinion on their short-list of three boats: Outbound 52, Hylas 54, and Discovery 55. I explained to the boat reps that I was not the potential buyer (retired HS teacher explains that) but was looking on behalf of someone serious. I tried to look at the boats as a potential buyer and asked appropriate questions. The Outbound didn't do it for me (ok, twist my arm, I would make do ); the Hylas was gorgeous, but the Discovery was a knockout. Only problem was the $1.4 million base + options + tax. What was most interesting was that I had never heard of Discovery yachts before this assignment.

Unfortunately can't go to this year's show.

Heading back to Lake Ontario for this summer. Ainia is back in North America for the first time since 2010. Currently in Long Island Sound.
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