New motor yacht

Discussion in 'Powerboats' started by russell01, Jan 13, 2009.

  1. russell01
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    russell01 New Member

    More info about mortor yachts


    Hi friends,
    Few days ago I found few info about Motor yacht which I want to share with you.
    Basically the choice of which motor yacht will depend upon its usage. A businessman will have different requirements than a pleasure seeker looking for fun, entertainment, travel, and tourism. Volume of the vessel which is dependent upon its size and tonnage or weight is almost always the most important factor that decides the motor yacht’s suitability to a particular buyer.
    Want to get more info you may contact at:
  2. apex1

    apex1 Guest

    The world was waiting for that............................this platform in particular.:p

  3. pkoken
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    pkoken S/V Samadhi V

    I was wondering if your post could have been a bit more spammy?
  4. PAR
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    PAR Yacht Designer/Builder

    Most of us get more productive response from paid advertising.
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    FAST FRED Senior Member

    "When you decide to invest in or purchase a new motor yacht, you must be clear in your mind what sort of vessel will suit you, your family and your lifestyle. Important factors to be considered include the size of the yacht, its weight or tonnage, displacement, and accommodation area."

    WOW!! No one here ever thought of that!

  6. pkoken
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    pkoken S/V Samadhi V

    I never think about what I am going to use the yacht for, or how big...

    Mostly it's about shiny stuff and blinky lights.

    This AD (shouldn't be called a post) has opened my eyes!
  7. RHP
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    RHP Senior Member

    He didnt mention the bigger the boat the more birds you get.

    No freakin´ idea......
  8. KCook
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    KCook Senior Member

    Oops! Does this mean I'm going to need a bigger trailer? :D

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    daiquiri Engineering and Design

    I'm 6'4" tall. What kind of boat should I buy?
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