Now this is "special" ebay 32' cat

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by guzzis3, Feb 6, 2014.

  1. guzzis3
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  2. Corley
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    Corley epoxy coated

    That it sits well on a semi trailer is useful for the "final journey" to the tip. Gives new meaning to the term "tub" :)
     
  3. waikikin
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    & yet as most boats sit on the mooring or pen & just venture to the nearest spot where the kids can dig sand castles..... the view off that splendid craft would be at least equal to the million dollar vessel anchored nearby & once the murals were painted along the sides & the tie dye curtains & bean bags installed to the inside with incense calming the vibe,....... the million dollar man would be fully green eyed as the uber cool owner watched his heavenly hippie girlfriends swim au natural to the beach for some cosmic sundown dancing around a bonfire flaring on the beach to cook & eat the lobbies dived for earlier in the day........
     
  4. Blackburn
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    ...

    Ooooo, a thread about really, really horrible multihull projects?

    Has there been one before?


    :idea:


    Here's another boat for you Guzzis3 !

    See this article about 'Captain Calamity', it is excellent:

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  5. guzzis3
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    Fabulous. Hilarious. :)

    Apart from the pretty ordinary cabin imagine how it sailed...with those canoe sterns, that beam..AND DID YOU SEE HOW DEEP THE HULLS SINK ? (according to the marked waterline)

    Fabulous lawn ornament and kids cubby...

    waikikin, you have me pining for the 70's....:D

    Captain calamity: Unbelievable. Should have stood off and let him tread water for a while..
     
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    None of these look any worse than any other cat or tri, so what's the purpose of posting?
     
  9. Blackburn
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    Too True.

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    ... And why did the existentialist cross the road??
     
  10. guzzis3
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    I guess you must be really unhappy with whatever boat you own if you feel the need to post that.

    Perhaps you should buy one of Mr Woods catamarans. It will make you happy guaranteed. :D
     
  11. Blackburn
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    ^^^

    Maybe he's pulling your leg Guz? OOPS!

    :)
     
  12. guzzis3
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    I figured he was fishing but sometimes I like to bite anyway :)

    That catamaran you posted was spectacular :D
     
  13. Blackburn
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    I know!

    lol

    This masochistic streak of yours is quite entertaining.

    ;)
     
  14. Blackburn
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    And it happens to be something (despite the two hulls) close to his heart.

    :cool:
     

  15. guzzis3
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    As long as you're entertained. Too many people online take themselves far too seriously.

    And I quite like daggy old multihulls. :)
     
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