Sailing Yacht

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  1. Looks to be uncomfortable on deck fully exposed at all times.

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  2. cut, cut, cut….even in slowmo too quick.

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  3. Bigger is not better

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  4. Sutt Yooooooot! said Johnnie de Bangkok https://youtu.be/vQZNOvIEN78

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  5. So, the target group likes ageing Italian gals with big noses? And a chaotic montage with no merit whatsoever?

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  6. cannot see any evidence these are (now) better made than a beneteau or alike.

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  7. with so few lines on deck, it shouldn't be hard to keep the pit clean/ get that lazy runner under control. Other than that, a gorgeous boat!

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  8. I'd rather sail my 8ft Nuthatch Pram.

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  9. what'd ya expect …..some ratty fat bitch…….

    to survive….man only needs….
    –shelter…
    –food & water…
    –a good dog..
    –and occasional pussy for some HEAD (and she has to swallow)

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  10. what'd ya expect …..some ratty fat bitch…….

    to survive….man only needs….
    –shelter…
    –food & water…
    –a good dog..
    –and occasional pussy for some HEAD (and she has to swallow)

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  11. what'd ya expect …..some ratty fat bitch…….

    to survive….man only needs….
    –shelter…
    –food & water…
    –a good dog..
    –and occasional pussy for some HEAD (and she has to swallow)

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  12. So expensive a boat and not a gyro compass but a cheap magnetic???

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  13. what's the lifespan of a superyacht? decades from now, will it have fallen to a reasonable 2 mil level?

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  14. This guy needs a hotter wife

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  15. The Ikea interior looks cheap

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  16. It's nice, that the old guy spend so much time with his grandchild.

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  17. Swan, long time ago were unique, the best brand ever, kind of Rolls Royce at sea, then Swan has been sold to Wally and now are look alike. Wallys are absolutely gorgeous, but unfortunately Swan lost it's identity in the process, the best part is, they still sail.

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  18. Pretty boring without narration.

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  19. Always at an angle, sitting on the loo, drinking your coffee, you're always at an angle. Only for the ultra rich day sailors. Sorry, give me a catamaran all day long for less money. Ever tried sleeping at a steep angle? Cooking? making beds? cleaning up? always being on standby? A cat would cruise at similar speeds almost level and easy on everyone.

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  20. For going from A to B I take the ferry. For sailing fun I take a 33ft.

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  21. A little too big, I'll take the 78…

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  22. Nice little boat

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  23. The couch in the main stateroom looks more comfortable and inviting than the main salon with those cushion style upholstery…

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  24. I am waiting for the 115 foot catboat.

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  25. Can to people handle this one? ( not a couple ) We'll be chase the brawds Globally! (No perminants, just temps!)

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  26. Interesting, no seating at the helm. Those double sinks are too close together for practicality.

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  27. Traveling at 30 degrees across the atlantic is not natural. Way to clinical on the inside. How do you escape the crew in a monohaul with one entry/exit. A cat is way more practical.

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