Racing yachts are not for me, I like my comforts. I've had a couple of sports cars in my time but much prefered my Rover 3500 Vanden Plas or any of the Jags I have owned over the years, from the mark 9 to my last Jag, a 4.2S. I now own and drive a Land Rover Disco TDI and a SAAB 900i, (not at the same time
I've been searching around, quite a lot, on Tri's, Cats and Monos and have found several that I believe would suit my needs (vessels that take my fancy). The five yachts are listed below, starting with a nice Mono...I think
. But then I'm a full-on novice so what do I know about sailboats. Anyway here they are, they all look to be big/comfortable enough for one to four people.
All the listed vessels are offshore, in Thailand, the States or Mexico, for some reason similar vessels cost "two to four" times as much if bought in Australia
The age of the vessel is not a worry for me...just as long as she has been well cared-for. As I said in earlier post, I would live on the vessel full time, sell my home and spend the rest of my days on the water...In some place I truely like.
Anyway mate, I have a lot to sort-out "before" buying a vessel, although I'm tempted, I will not be blindly rushing in to buy any vessel!
One thing Richard, I take it that "Composite" vessels are fiber over ply, am I correct? Don't know why the seller do not just say "fiber over ply"
Cheers mates and thanks to all for your views. Calm seas to you all.