The end of the world is near....... what Yacht will you build?

Discussion in 'All Things Boats & Boating' started by Wellydeckhand, Jun 16, 2006.

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What u will choose if seawater rise 50M and u need to find other land but............

  1. Monohull Sail Yacht

    29.3%
  2. Monohull Motoryacht

    4.8%
  3. Monohull Motorsailer

    12.3%
  4. Catamaran Sail yacht

    17.1%
  5. Catamaran Motoryacht

    1.1%
  6. Catamaran Motorsailer

    10.8%
  7. Trimaran Sail Yacht

    12.0%
  8. Trimaran Motoryacht

    1.1%
  9. Trimaran Motorsailer

    4.6%
  10. Dont Know?

    1.4%
  11. Stay at land and hang on something

    0.9%
  12. Find a submarine........ hopefully

    4.6%
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  1. alan-ejf

    alan-ejf Guest

    Looking to get in touch with RSALVAREZ

    Hi!

    I'm looking to get in touch with RSALVAREZ to ask a question. If he could send me an email (or if someone knows a good email address), I just have a quick question regarding a post about an electric jet ski which may help me out with some patent issues I'm having.

    Sorry for the interuption, and thanks in advance!

    Alan Kroeper
    EJF Engineering
     
  2. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    Have you googled his name? - - does he post on BD.net? - - When is his claim to fame on the electric jet ski - surely that thread will give you the links to find that person rather than posting randomly? The search engine on boatdesign is 'powered by google' (uses the same engine) so is pretty effective for a local search

    Just for you - go here then you can send him an email or personal message http://www.boatdesign.net/forums/profile/rsalvarez.html
     
  3. alan-ejf

    alan-ejf Guest

    RE:Lookin for RSALVAREZ

    Yeah, It would have been nice if he had chosen to allow emails from other members. This was just the last place he posted, I'm sure he's done way cooler stuff than an electric jet ski, it's just that is the thing I'm trying to track down.

    Google sure would have been nice, too. Since I'm not that smart I never did check that either...

    Still-If anyone knows this guy, I'd just like to exchange a couple of emails with him.

    Thanks,

    Alan Kroeper
    EJF Engineering
    ak@ejfengineering.com
     
  4. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    The second option on that page is a 'PM' or personal message, and seems to be available, or contact the moderator/administrator and request that your message be forwarded and give your question and your full contact details (even post - so he has every opportunity to respond)...
     
  5. Miamiproas
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    Miamiproas Junior Member

    For me a harry proa with an easy rig
     
  6. wmonastra
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    wmonastra Junior Member

    Hay all, im back..(not that i was ever very far away) Now has "the end of the world is near ..." chat got anything to do with December 21 2012????? are they connected...there seems to be alot of information out there and what ive read seems to be accurate... any takers on this lol.... (by the way we start building my new boat in 2 weeks....its an ARK, with a penthouse and open top bar with lots and lots of woman)....
     
  7. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    Wot, no sheep? - - - I think all the ******* are in a comatose state? - - or - - have I been sent to Coventry?
     
  8. wmonastra
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    wmonastra Junior Member

    No your invited, ( the bar is open 24/7):D
     
  9. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    Oh **** - not allowed to drink (only guzzle) - Bar? - I will help myself, Lawyers are too expensive...

    Our septic friends must be sniffing petrol? no one from that side seems to be compus mentus? - They better wake up soon for when Manie posts his latest slave-trade (crew) offerings - They are usually better than sheep (well mostly?)
     
  10. Frosty

    Frosty Previous Member

    Mas what you doing digging up this ole thread. This was that "wally whatsit" bloke what started this off, you know that guy that built boats in Indonesia and posted to himself a lot.
     
  11. wardd
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    wardd Senior Member

    it would be 50 by 300 cubits and have 2 bottles of all the best booz
     
  12. wmonastra
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    wmonastra Junior Member

    Hay Frosty.... Im from New Zealand not Indonesia lol..... but i do hear it is a nice place :p
     
  13. mydauphin
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    mydauphin Senior Member

    NKorea threatens US; world anticipates missile

    May be the nut has a secret weapon....lol...

    NKorea threatens US; world anticipates missile


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    AP – South Korean war veterans wave national flags during a rally denouncing North Korea's nuclear program …
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    By HYUNG-JIN KIM, Associated Press Writer – Wed Jun 24, 8:51 am ET
    SEOUL, South Korea – North Korea threatened Wednesday to wipe the United States off the map as Washington and its allies watched for signs the regime will launch a series of missiles in the coming days.
    Off China's coast, a U.S. destroyer was tailing a North Korean ship suspected of transporting illicit weapons to Myanmar in what could be the first test of U.N. sanctions passed to punish the nation for an underground nuclear test last month.
    The Kang Nam left the North Korean port of Nampo a week ago with the USS John S. McCain close behind. The ship, accused of transporting banned goods in the past, is believed bound for Myanmar, according to South Korean and U.S. officials.
    The new U.N. Security Council resolution requires member states to seek permission to inspect suspicious cargo. North Korea has said it would consider interception a declaration of war and on Wednesday accused the U.S. of seeking to provoke another Korean War.
    "If the U.S. imperialists start another war, the army and people of Korea will ... wipe out the aggressors on the globe once and for all," the official Korean Central News Agency said.
    The warning came on the eve of the 59th anniversary of the start of the three-year Korean War, which ended in a truce in 1953, not a peace treaty, leaving the peninsula in state of war.
    The U.S. has 28,500 troops in South Korea to protect against an outbreak of hostilities.
    Tensions have been high since North Korea launched a long-range rocket in April and then conducted its second underground atomic test on May 25.
    Reacting to U.N. condemnation of that test, North Korea walked away from nuclear disarmament talks and warned it would fire a long-range missile.
    North Korea has banned ships from the waters off its east coast starting Thursday through July 10 for military exercises, Japan's Coast Guard said.
    South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported Wednesday that the North may fire a Scud missile with a range of up to 310 miles (500 kilometers) or a short-range ground-to-ship missile with a range of 100 miles (160 kilometers) during the no-sail period.
    A senior South Korean government official said the no-sail ban is believed connected to North Korean plans to fire short- or mid-range missiles. He spoke on condition of anonymity, citing department policy.
    U.S. defense and counterproliferation officials in Washington said they also expected the North to launch short- to medium-range missiles. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive intelligence.
    South Korea will expedite the introduction of high-tech unmanned aerial surveillance systems and "bunker-buster" bombs in response to North Korea's provocations, the Chosun Ilbo newspaper said, citing unidentified ruling party members.
    Meanwhile, a flurry of diplomatic efforts were under way to try getting North Korea to return to disarmament talks.
    Russia's top nuclear envoy, Alexei Borodavkin, said after meeting with his South Korean counterpart that Moscow is open to other formats for discussion since Pyongyang has pulled out of formal six-nation negotiations.
    In Beijing, top U.S. and Chinese defense officials also discussed North Korea. U.S. Defense Undersecretary Michele Flournoy was heading next to Tokyo and Seoul for talks.
    South Korea has proposed high-level "consultations" to discuss North Korea with the U.S., Russia, China and Japan.
     
  14. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    So Frosty, where is everybody (apart from our token NZlndr?), all the bases are loaded and I am not writing to myself (I hope?:D:D:D)...

    The markets seem to be happily playing with themselves and going nowhere.

    My boat is progressing nicely (uninfluenced by snide remarks).

    Manie and the saffas must be feverishly building, or something, as no **** or blonds offered for consideration as crew, and no new dirty, (or otherwise), jokes?

    Frosty is not driveling:p:?

    I am not posting much "economics" news (as there is not any worthy of copy&paste effort)...

    Heinz, Bergalia, Safie, and a host of others have returned to sanity and left this asylum, so is this the end - leave without even a wimper? what happened to the big bang theory? - **** this sounds like learners level drivel.... WTF?
     

  15. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    The dieing rantings of a mad man in N Korea is not new news... Interdiction must occur before Burma is reached (or goes past India), and in the event of further stupidity from N.K., I am sure USA will retaliate any stupid attempt with a barrage of "starwars stuff" against an overly ambitious long range missile, and severe strike of neutralization with the implicit OK from all other parties (make lots of condemnatory speeches but acknowledging there was no other real option against a madman)....
     
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