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  1. #31
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    Default Re: San Lorenzo Sucks

    Remember 'Gludy', anyone?

  2. #32
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    Default Re: San Lorenzo Sucks

    Quote Originally Posted by fisherman View Post
    Remember 'Gludy', anyone?
    How could we forget!

  3. #33
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    Default Re: San Lorenzo Sucks

    Quote Originally Posted by fisherman View Post
    Remember 'Gludy', anyone?
    Crikey you dont think this is Gludy's distant E European cousin, do you?

  4. #34
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    Default Re: San Lorenzo Sucks

    Quote Originally Posted by mikef View Post
    Crikey you dont think this is Gludy's distant E European cousin, do you?
    Some say...
    1994 Ferretti 150 'Seralia'

  5. #35
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    Default Re: San Lorenzo Sucks

    These kind of things do have a habit of sticking in the memory, so best SL sort it out ASAP, one way or another. I still can't think of Trader, without being reminded of the Gludy saga.
    If found in the Brexit forum, please return to the real world.

  6. #36
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    Default Re: San Lorenzo Sucks

    Quote Originally Posted by CLB View Post
    These kind of things do have a habit of sticking in the memory, so best SL sort it out ASAP, one way or another. I still can't think of Trader, without being reminded of the Gludy saga.
    How can We not forget Gludy and the Trader Saga
    Forum 'Classics' alongside hlb and others. Some best forgotten and some sadly missed
    My only experience of the 'San Lorenzo' Mark/ Make has been rather happy. A 'Woody' built in 87, - 72 ft. A rather nice Vessel based on a Greek Island. 'They don't make em like they used to' It Seems!

  7. #37
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    Default Re: San Lorenzo Sucks

    I also bumped into this site before. My opinion is that the damaged boat is legit as described and site is anonymous because acting like this is kinda shady, even if you feel you have right to let the world know, you can still pay a juicy fine for such a behavior. I dont think it is a good idea but It is certainly interesting to read when somebody went for it. As the multiple sites goes... I also found one. It looks like somebody from san lorenzo is fighting fire with fire. I wonder how this is gonna end up. Certainly both sides dont mind getting dirty hands at this point.

  8. #38
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    Default Re: San Lorenzo Sucks

    Quote Originally Posted by sam42 View Post
    As the multiple sites goes... I also found one. It looks like somebody from san lorenzo is fighting fire with fire. I wonder how this is gonna end up. Certainly both sides dont mind getting dirty hands at this point.
    It does SL no favours to ratchet up the war. There is an old saying that an argument won is a customer lost. Why doesnt SL just engage in some constructive dialog with the owner and try to make him happy? Thats how a responsible company would behave

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