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Old 03-19-2011, 05:17 AM
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Default Fell in Love - - - 54 ft Rybovich - - - Enjoy

Sorry . . . wrong forum

Owner needs a wake up call from his fantasy world as the selling price is totally out of line for a used boat with about 3,500 hours on the engines

But she sure is a beauty . . . nice eye candy . . . I provided a link . . . enjoy

http://www.yachtworld.com/core/listi...oat_id=2221694

Old 03-19-2011, 05:20 AM
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More pics











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3500 hrs on a 08!! Man it's nice to see that beauty getting used.
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Thanks Auguste,
I saw that boat a year or so back and she is as impressive as you'd think in person. I don't see the hours listed in the listing, does she really have 3500 hours? Wow!
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That is like boating in the nicest piece of custom woodwork on the planet.
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Surely no one would bloody up that boat!!! LOL
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Gus,

Process these two statements.

Honey, You better sell that damn boat!!!

Darling, I think I will sell the Boat and get something smaller.


What is the difference between them you ask.... about 2 mill in asking price.

John
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WoW ! She's a beaute Clark!!!!
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I don't see 3500 hours or any indication of engine hours in the listing. Where did you see that? That almost has to be a error unless the guy has taken the thing around the world a couple of times on its own bottom and I don't know that the boat has left South Florida since it was launched!!! As for the price, i suspect that the owner may be pulling a Jim Moran where he lists the boat the minute he takes delivery just in case somebody comes along with a wheelbarrow full of cash and stars in their eyes. With that said, the price for building just the interior of that boat would have probably been $500,000+ and I am going by numbers that are several years old.
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Originally Posted by jdm61 View Post
I don't see 3500 hours or any indication of engine hours .
Saw it on another site , , , I might have miscopied it . . . ;?
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That is a day boat. No tower, If there is a fish finder it is tiny. No matter, it is so drop dead gorgeous that the fish jump in the boat.
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Originally Posted by cazador View Post
That is a day boat. No tower, If there is a fish finder it is tiny. No matter, it is so drop dead gorgeous that the fish jump in the boat.
Actually, it is a full two stateroom boat. As for the fish finder, I suspect that there might be a pop up box that we aren't seeing. Otherwise, I can't see why you would need 3 Furuno Nav X2 or 3D Controllers. You generally don't see even one of those unless there is a 12-17 monitor to go with it. Look closely at the upper row in the visible electronics box and remember that Michael Rybovich and his guys are VERY adept at hiding electronics like they have done in some of the old day boats that they have restored.
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I was going to buy it but the shipping charge put it out of my budget

Shipping Estimate: $2,022.31 Details





Seriously that is a beautiful boat
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It has 3 10" Navnet screens...very well hidden.
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I enjoyed and was just browsing but I had to look more closely and open the link when I saw DRF post 3 10" NavNets. Too bad couldn't see them, just the controls.

Purty boat. Thanks for sharing.

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Screw the fishfiner, where are the rodholders? I count 2 on each gunnel, 2 on each hard-top leg, 4 in the chair, and one in the transom. No livewells. No place to put a gaff or net. The outriggers don't have any stiffeners. No upper station. No teaser reels. No fish boxes.

That boat simply doesn't get fished. The fighting chair is an ornament.

It's purty, but it's a cocktail boat, not a fishing machine.
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Originally Posted by gerg View Post
Screw the fishfiner, where are the rodholders? I count 2 on each gunnel, 2 on each hard-top leg, 4 in the chair, and one in the transom. No livewells. No place to put a gaff or net. The outriggers don't have any stiffeners. No upper station. No teaser reels. No fish boxes.

That boat simply doesn't get fished. The fighting chair is an ornament.

It's purty, but it's a cocktail boat, not a fishing machine.
Actually that is a flag staff holder in the center of the transom. And, for the type of fishing that is important to many, the boat is set up perfectly.
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Originally Posted by gerg View Post
Screw the fishfiner, where are the rodholders? I count 2 on each gunnel, 2 on each hard-top leg, 4 in the chair, and one in the transom. No livewells. No place to put a gaff or net. The outriggers don't have any stiffeners. No upper station. No teaser reels. No fish boxes.

That boat simply doesn't get fished. The fighting chair is an ornament.

It's purty, but it's a cocktail boat, not a fishing machine.
Fish boxes under the deck . . . Rybovich style

There is one set of outrigger stiffeners . . . look at photo #20 on yacht world

And there are at least 12 rod holders excluding the one that might be at the centre of the transom, you can see them better if you look at the pics in yachtworld

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Old 03-22-2011, 05:28 AM
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Default Are you crazy? No fish are allowed on that boat. That is a piece of art work

Originally Posted by cazador View Post
That is a day boat. No tower, If there is a fish finder it is tiny. No matter, it is so drop dead gorgeous that the fish jump in the boat.
It only needs a fish finder to map the bottom maybe. I agree most would have put a tower up on that boat. And you are no more crazy then me for even dreaming of owning a 3 million dollar boat to fish from.
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wow 3 mil is a lot of jack for a fishing toy..

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