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Ideal liveaboard boat

So here it comes, yes it is a boat, actually a catamaran.



Complete with all water sports facilities



No need for a dock, just anchor somewhere peaceful and take the tenders to work



Visit Oslo in your own cruise liner.

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The white picket fence is a nice touch
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The white picket fence is a nice touch
Dunno.. is that ABYC standard?

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As long as it is at least 24" high, i think it'd pass.
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Dunno.. is that ABYC standard?
We have these weird beasties up here in New England too.

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Looks a little top heavy.
How do you raise the sails?

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I think I remember seeing house boats in Boot Key that resembled that. I bet John could comment. I think he has been there since I have.

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They come in different styles and sizes, these without the yard area.



They are beginning to fill up the marinas in some places (Denmark).



Most modern version observed


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wow, those last ones look like they were made with a cookie cutter
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Waters sport facilits

,,,,,,yahhhh.....I love this......gret..
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Looks like bunch of condos in a new development...

This is the kind of stuff I am running away from...
I hope this does not spread here....
Real boats will have a hard time finding a slip.

Kinda sad...
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