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    Default MBY's spot the boat

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    What boat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveE View Post
    What boat?

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    This is tricky. It's biggish, and those side deck guard rails are 1m high for MCA which is another clue that this is a big boat. But I can't think of any yacht builder who makes guard rails so hideously, with 2x washing line. So I'm kinda stuck. Is it some chinese Lombardini heap or something of that genre? If it's the product of Viareggio please do tell, and i'll weep!

    Obviously ST34 not ruled out yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfm View Post
    This is tricky. It's biggish, and those side deck guard rails are 1m high for MCA which is another clue that this is a big boat. But I can't think of any yacht builder who makes guard rails so hideously, with 2x washing line. So I'm kinda stuck. Is it some chinese Lombardini heap or something of that genre? If it's the product of Viareggio please do tell, and i'll weep!

    Obviously ST34 not ruled out yet
    A momentous occasion in MBY Towers when the great jfm is stumped! It is not a Lombardi, no.

    Richard has managed to drag himself away from this forum and the Heat magazine website to go to a meeting so that's why he's yet to comment!

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    Cranchi 50 Fly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EME View Post
    Cranchi 50 Fly?
    No, I'm afraid not.

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    doh .. thought it was much bigger

    .. and I've seen a sloping , washing-line, guard rail with hingeable crane access recently ...

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    Cranchi 50 Fly?
    E, it has 1m high railings on the side decks, with double washing lines and 50mm tubes in the girl's hands. And probably an SSB antenna. That's not 50-footer stuff. Strangely no bulwarks. I wouldn't even rule out a big cat.

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    Struggling.....Sunreef 70 Powercat?
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