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Old 11-12-2009, 04:36 PM
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Why should the turbine boats Zuperman and Myway be up for sale on Lake Cumberland Marines web site?
Both boat are less than one year old surely the recession hasn't affected these owners.

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what difference does it make, other than the owners of the boats to sell or not sell. Way too much speculation. It's none of our business... too many people worring about other people... just worry about yourself. It's like you guys want these guys who have nice boats to fail.. or I've noticed many threads like this with a few of the usual guys commenting.. and always negative... too much doom and gloom around here. Everyone is an expert..
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No not at all, good luck to these people who do well in life and are able to afford big boys toys , I was just wondering why dream boats like this that are virtuly brand new should be up for sale so soon?
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Those boats look really awesome and fun. But, at the end of the day I can guarantee they are a pain in the a$$. Neither one is the type of boat you leave on the lift in the back of your house and drive it up the the lake to grab dinner. You use them to kick a$$ at a poker run - otherwise, what the heck can you use it for?

Dont get me wrong I would take either one of them but they consume a ton of money time and space and rarely get used.
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as a broker.. it's real easy to talk someone like those owners to put there boats up for brokage when they get the boats new.. because it could take them 2-3years to sell the boat.. so rather than wait both owner will put the boats on the market the first day they get them.. and if it sells in 6months or a year earlier than they wanted to.. they just buy a new boat.. rahter than wait until they are ready to sell the boat then put it on the market and wait for a buyer..

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Half the fun is in the building of the boat. My guess is that they get bored or just want another project.
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Half the fun is in the building of the boat. My guess is that they get bored or just want another project.
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I just built and sold, and bored already.

Its a sickness with no end in sight.
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Wish I could afford to get bored like that.
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No not at all, good luck to these people who do well in life and are able to afford big boys toys , I was just wondering why dream boats like this that are virtuly brand new should be up for sale so soon?
Hi I have met guys who have bigger toys 10million dollar boats and up and to some its the challege to work and design these toys 50ft cats or 120'ships I call them. after they are done they go out run them a little and there bored with there boats 20million dollar houses and move on. I have seen this a lot over 27yrs being a worker in there world working with designers and clients on custom flooring and rugs hahaha. and I have seen it with regular guys that build hot rods and bikes , boats the fun is making a idea come to life. but I know whats up with one of the above just can't say well it might be both.
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