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    Good morning,

    It's http://www.mby.com/spot-the-boat/530999/spot-the-boat time once again, do you know what it is this week?

    Cheers,

    Jack

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Haines View Post
    Good morning,

    It's http://www.mby.com/spot-the-boat/530999/spot-the-boat time once again, do you know what it is this week?

    Cheers,

    Jack
    ST34?

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    Huntsman 28?

    There's some decent size fenders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardShead View Post
    ST34?
    Don't be silly ... at least ST40 DD

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    Don't know what the boat is at the moment but I reckon it must be rough because it looks like to me that she has inflated her life jacket!!

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    Those sun bed cushions say "Azimut" to me .. but white caulking? ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by EME View Post
    Those sun bed cushions say "Azimut" to me .. but white caulking? ??
    It's not an Azimut.

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    JFM seems to use the size of the teak planking to identify many of the boats.

    My knowledge isn't that good so I'll have to limit my observations to the fact that she has indeed got huge puppies for a boating model and the cushions look a scruffy which last time meant it was French.

    If she had her arms up I could definitely tell.

    Henry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Haines View Post
    Good morning,

    It's http://www.mby.com/spot-the-boat/530999/spot-the-boat time once again, do you know what it is this week?

    Cheers,

    Jack
    I think those puppies are Italian...my Usual Guess a Cranchi Sixty 6 Fly. The Teak with White Caulking and new (Fairline copy) Cushions gave her away....as a cranchi I think

    Paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nautorius View Post
    I think those puppies are Italian...my Usual Guess a Cranchi Sixty 6 Fly. The Teak with White Caulking and new (Fairline copy) Cushions gave her away....as a cranchi I think

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    Very good, that's the one!

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