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Old 01-03-2011, 10:28 PM
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A few years ago, there was a 280ft yacht docked in Lauderdale that had a 50ft Sportfish & 50ft Sailboat side by side rear of the superstructure. All of the hulls including the yacht were maroon in color. That was a pretty wild sight!
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It was cheaper to get rid of the Midnight than modify the yacht.


He could have sent the Midnight back and had them either cut the top down or replace it. That's what I would have done.
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It was cheaper to get rid of the Midnight than modify the yacht.


He could have sent the Midnight back and had them either cut the top down or replace it. That's what I would have done.
Folding or hydraulic top.
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A few years ago, there was a 280ft yacht docked in Lauderdale that had a 50ft Sportfish & 50ft Sailboat side by side rear of the superstructure. All of the hulls including the yacht were maroon in color. That was a pretty wild sight!
Greg Norman's Aussie Rules was set up like that before it got sold to Huizenga. Wayne added a helipad where the tenders used to sit.
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How about a 72 mph tender that seats 10, has low maintenance and 5 year engine warranties?

This is our latest creation.....
The decking is Flexiteek synthetic decking that looks and feels like wood...

I chose the BMW Silver and Audi Blue to feed off the Pershing Yacht styling. Each fiberglass part was painted before installation...
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I think these are on from Forbes yacht.
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Tim G. - Beautiful work on the Deep Impect!
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Thanks Dave....
We're making big changes here..
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Saw Forbes Yacht in Ft. Lauderdale in 2005 Highlander with a Donzi & Cigarette with matching paint schemes for tenders.



What boat is that I've never seen it before.
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Dang those are some cool rides. Heck, I am aspiring to get a Donzi Baby 14 as a tender for the Chris.
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