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What's your dream boat???

seriously if you could have any boat you desired, what would it be?

For me it would be this Oyster 625

As big as I could ever see myself wanting, small enough to handle without crew support..(just)
Built strongly enough to go just about anywhere I could want to go...
And my word she's pretty!
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And, impractical as it may be, having only 2 (bucket) seats...
This has to be the coolest tender I have ever seen!


And YES it can be attached to davits with a supplied fixing kit!

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Re: What's your dream boat???

David, a similar thread has been running for a couple of weeks..

Money no object boat?
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Re: What's your dream boat???

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David, a similar thread has been running for a couple of weeks..

Money no object boat?
Ahh, fair enough I'll go and have a read shortly, hadn't seen it.
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Re: What's your dream boat???

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seriously if you could have any boat you desired, what would it be?

As big as I could ever see myself wanting, small enough to handle without crew support..(just)
Built strongly enough to go just about anywhere I could want to go...
And my word she's pretty!
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Captain, you have good taste. I will expand my shallow mind from a 42 footer to a 65 monster. What the heck, dreams are free and the pleasure is just as good.

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Re: What's your dream boat???

so I don't have to repost....same thread with not as many ? in the title
What's your dream boat?
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