"W" ??? who is that boat designer/builder?

Discussion in 'All Things Boats & Boating' started by littlesunday, May 25, 2008.

  1. littlesunday
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    littlesunday New Member

    Last weekend was hopping round the aegean islands with my dear hubby and our kids and saw this wonderful sailing yacht...she was amazing, big enough to our stardards, couldn't see her name as the stern was open and the dinghie was out...only the letter "W" was written at her sides...she had a fifth avenue mast...very "hot" lady in her elegance I have to say!
     
  2. CTMD
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    CTMD Naval Architect

    Could be a Warwick
     
  3. DanishBagger
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    Apart from the opening stern (I guess the 76 could have one, though), I was thinking of the W-class:

    http://www.w-class.com/
     
  4. littlesunday
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    littlesunday New Member

    Thanks for your help though already checked that and it's not. Will keep on searching
     

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    DanishBagger Never Again

    Good luck, mate :)
     
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