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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-27-2008 02:25 PM
max-on
Picture of Giulietta

And those were the days . . .

08-27-2008 01:43 PM
Faster
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Originally Posted by PierreMundo View Post
Welcome back Alex ........ sorry i mean Barta. Nice holiday?
Funny.... I had the same thought!
08-27-2008 01:08 PM
JohnRPollard Nuno,

My first post to this thread was in jest. A joke. Giulietta is an amazing boat and I have no suggestions for improvement. If that is the style boat you are interested in, it would be hard to do better. For comparisons sake, you might want to look at some of the comparable Swans -- the owner of Giulietta has often mentioned them approvingly.

The owner of Giulietta used to frequent this site regularly, but has been away for a while. He is an experienced sailor and had a great deal of input into the design details of the boat -- so it would be worth your while to communicate with him if you are interested in this design. There may be some features on Giulietta that are not standard on the production models.

Best of luck to you.

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Originally Posted by clicas View Post
Hi John,

what do you mean with "you can do much better"?
What could be done much better , how, and for what price?

I will be looking into buying a boat, and this is one of the builders I am looking at, so any information will be very usefull.

thanks
Nuno
08-27-2008 01:06 PM
sailingdog John was joking about doing better... the Delmar Conde 1200 is an excellent custom boat... however, a lot of how it turns out will be dependent on how involved you are, which is often the case with custom boats.
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Originally Posted by clicas View Post
Hi John,

what do you mean with "you can do much better"?
What could be done much better , how, and for what price?

I will be looking into buying a boat, and this is one of the builders I am looking at, so any information will be very usefull.

thanks
Nuno
08-27-2008 01:05 PM
Barta Thank you, that is the boat I saw before.

I am from Haifa, in Israel, and that boat is a interesting machine. We don't have many here as such. I was thinking it was a production, not only one boat made, so I was asking.

Thanks
08-27-2008 12:53 PM
clicas Hi John,

what do you mean with "you can do much better"?
What could be done much better , how, and for what price?

I will be looking into buying a boat, and this is one of the builders I am looking at, so any information will be very usefull.

thanks
Nuno
08-27-2008 12:50 PM
JohnRPollard
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Originally Posted by sailingdog View Post
JRP-

You can probably insult the boat all you want, but make a mean comment about his kids or wife and if he don't shoot you, someone else here will.
Hey, I confined my comments to the boat and skipper, and added an abundance of so everyone would know I was in jest!!

But I'm sure he'll get the photoshop going nonetheless!
08-27-2008 12:32 PM
sailingdog JRP-

You can probably insult the boat all you want, but make a mean comment about his kids or wife and if he don't shoot you, someone else here will.
08-27-2008 11:47 AM
PierreMundo Welcome back Alex ........ sorry i mean Barta. Nice holiday?
08-27-2008 10:33 AM
JohnRPollard Barta,

That tub Giulietta is a sorry excuse for a sailboat -- you can do much better. Worse yet, the owner is an insufferable, arrogant, know-it-all. If you happen to pass him on the water -- steer well clear of this charlatan. You'll know him by the gold-leaf hat emblazoned with the words "El Capitan", which is also tattooed to his ill-defined left bicep.

Welcome to Sailnet, Barta!!!



[Now, if this doesn't get Giulietta back here to defend his boat and honor..... ]
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