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I was just wonderind what people thought was the best looking boat thats been on the broads. I know people have favorites because of a holiday experience but what do you thinks the best looking boat you've seen. Here's the boat I thinks the best looking. It's not specificly this boat just the Design.

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I'm sure many will agree with you but personally UUUCHK!

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I agree with you Bill a wooden boat every time for me.

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What's the best looking in your opinion bill.This is'nt my favorite style of boat just that I think it's one of the good looking boats on the broads.

james

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Nov-19-2005 @ 3:39 PM                           Permalink
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I think you need to ask big or small. Sorry going to have to go because need to see Harry off because having now joined us, he has to return to a rather cold missus wot has no central heating. If monitoring the forum Harry left at 14.40 Broadland Base Out.

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Like to be able to say mine, but will go with Maidie (RCC 52) until I've given it some more thought...

...or are we just talking hire boats?

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Having funked and pondered on balance I think I would go for a design 50 years old for balance practically and timelessness Powles original Star Premimere.

Photo from a certain Database hopefully to be shortly hosted by our webstarmaster.

(sorry got stars on the brain but I'll leave it because it's about right and coming up to xmas)

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Well...in the 'fabric and large stick up the middle' category, my vote would most definitely go to Steve's (Coriolis) boat the "Slantendicular", sail number 385.

She is, to me at least, sheer class and total poetry in motion. She seems to slice silently and effortlessly ** through the water...a joy to behold IMHO...

** Steve...if you're reading this, I'm sure there's plenty of effort going in to make it look effortless!   Playful Wink



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How about this? Designed, moulded and built in Norfolk too!


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Not exactly a broads boat.

james

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