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Support Yacht

Post by VennData » Thu Dec 27, 2012 3:24 pm

"...Sometimes even a megayacht isn't big enough... So to solve the problem of not enough space, wealthy sailors are investing in so-called support yachts to ferry around their personal helicopters, speedboats, sports cars and all the other assorted toys that go into a season in the Mediterranean's hottest marinas... Yacht-maker Amels has launched a new version of its support yacht -- the 220-foot-long Sea Axe...”
Wait wait don't tell me. Brokers, right? Am i right?

Anyone out there have a broker with a support yacht, too? ... elicopter/

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Re: Support Yacht

Post by baw703916 » Thu Dec 27, 2012 3:35 pm

Where are the customers' support yachts?
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Re: Support Yacht

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