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Old 09-13-2017, 11:53 PM   #1
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Default Help me ID make and model of this boat.

Hello,

I walked by this beautiful boat that I am trying to figure out what it is. It was in a marina that I didn't have access to therefore I could not get any closer, and from where I stood there were no visible logos or markings that I could see.

I think this boat is utterly beautiful and has amazing lines and is really timeless. I thought maybe a late 80's-early 90's Wellcraft Portofino, however upon comparison online that wasn't quite right, maybe some kind of formula?

Thank you all for your help.
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I believe it is a Trojan Yachts boat.
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That's a 44 Californian Veneti
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I've never seen so many boats bow in
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If you like the lines on that one I'm sure you would like the Tiara Opens also.
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That's a 44 Californian Veneti
Ding Ding, Ding , winner
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I've never seen so many boats bow in
While the OP is not from there, guessing via sig block, I bet the pic is from California - they all bow in over there and it looks like San Diego/SOCAL area. They must know something the rest of us idiots don't....or they can't drive

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In many marinas boats go bow in so as to enjoy the view from the cockpit. These docks as with many floating docks are better suited to bow in, notice the triangular section in the corners that prevents the boat from coming as far back as you would like to if stern in.
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That's a 44 Californian Veneti
Haha the coincidence is astounding. I googled 44 Californian veneti and the first result was a listing on yachworld for this very same boat where I snapped the picture. What are the chances! And yes I was in San Diego. The Hull Detectives is better fitting. Thank you!

Beautiful boat.
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