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jdl xstar
01-06-2009, 12:35 AM
You know things are good when this is your set up. Saw this on the south Florida Mastercraft website.

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flipper
01-06-2009, 12:54 AM
Must be a rough life huh?

Hrkdrivr
01-06-2009, 01:23 AM
YGBSM!!!!!!!!!! Wow.

Gonzo
01-06-2009, 01:25 AM
I dunno, cleaning that rascal must be a butch. And can you imagine all that teak.... 5 wetsands and 8 coats of teak oil per foot... Man o Man.

O wait... money = servants.... Im all over it.

drylandfish
01-06-2009, 01:49 AM
Guess they couldn't afford a X-80.:rolleyes:

Jerseydave
01-06-2009, 03:37 AM
Nice garage! :D

Mag_Red
01-06-2009, 07:31 AM
Good to see some aren't included in the economic slump;)

shepherd
01-06-2009, 08:17 AM
Guess they couldn't afford a X-80.:rolleyes:

Good one. 8p

bigmac
01-06-2009, 08:50 AM
The Iroquois is a 164 ft charter yacht. It's relatively famous as one America's 100 largest yachts (ranked #73). Any of you guys could charter it, but you may have to bring your own MasterCraft.

The Iroquois is owned by John Henry, Boston Red Sox owner.

http://www.charterbrochure.com/iroquois/

jdl xstar
01-06-2009, 10:19 AM
Clearly Mastercrafts aren't cheap and that one looks like an 08 or 09, but to have one as your DINGY?! John Henry has pretty good taste.

Itsme
01-06-2009, 11:04 AM
We actually saw the "Iriquois" in the harbor at the Atlantis hotel in the Bahamas!!
Very impressive setup!!

They had taken the X1 MC out and put it in the water.

Sad thing - It sat there tied up with the tower down for 3 days without being used.

Sweet dingy though!!!

ttu
01-06-2009, 11:05 AM
The Iroquois is a 164 ft charter yacht. It's relatively famous as one America's 100 largest yachts (ranked #73). Any of you guys could charter it, but you may have to bring your own MasterCraft.

The Iroquois is owned by John Henry, Boston Red Sox owner.

http://www.charterbrochure.com/iroquois/

well you have to give him credit, he has really good taste:D

flipper
01-06-2009, 11:22 AM
I couldn't afford the fuel for the friggin thing much less charter it.:o

Slinkyredfoot
01-06-2009, 11:32 AM
Don't suppose they are wondering what the poor people like me are doing right now.....

Sodar
01-06-2009, 11:41 AM
It's cool and all, but it would not be something I would put on my yacht... just saying! Not sure about the East coast, but over here on the left, the amount of saltwater wakeboard spots are about zero... even on the glassiest of glassy days... my guess that this is the reason the MC sat with the tower down for days straight. The fact is, if you are going to use deck space, you want to fill it with something that will be used as opposed to something that will not.

atlfootr
01-06-2009, 11:52 AM
I dunno, cleaning that rascal must be a butch.
And can you imagine all that teak.... 5 wetsands and 8 coats of teak oil per foot... That'd be a job for TMC#1 :D

TMCNo1
01-06-2009, 12:15 PM
That'd be a job for TMC#1 :D

I resemble that comment,
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TallRedRider
01-06-2009, 12:20 PM
I noticed that the X1 does not have the swimstep on it. It won't fit into the 'garage' with the swimstep on. I would have to think it a beeatch to get the swimstep on once the boat is in the water.

Cool setup. I wanna try!

bigmac
01-06-2009, 01:02 PM
It's cool and all, but it would not be something I would put on my yacht... just saying! Not sure about the East coast, but over here on the left, the amount of saltwater wakeboard spots are about zero... even on the glassiest of glassy days... my guess that this is the reason the MC sat with the tower down for days straight. The fact is, if you are going to use deck space, you want to fill it with something that will be used as opposed to something that will not!
OTOH, that boat is 164 feet. Plenty of space for its TWO 20 ft tenders plus the obligatory jet skis.

http://www.a1yachting.com/Images/Yachts/544/Iroquois_layout_1.jpg

Sodar
01-06-2009, 01:11 PM
OTOH, that boat is 164 feet. Plenty of space for its TWO 20 ft tenders plus the obligatory jet skis.



Without question! I am sure that the port side has the identical set-up with a 20' inflatable of some sort. Just thinking though... from San Francisco down to Panama, I can only think of a few places that would be wakeboard-able and yacht friendly... I would rather put something on there that could go fast and get air! :D

bobx1
01-06-2009, 01:12 PM
It's cool and all, but it would not be something I would put on my yacht... just saying! Not sure about the East coast, but over here on the left, the amount of saltwater wakeboard spots are about zero... even on the glassiest of glassy days... my guess that this is the reason the MC sat with the tower down for days straight. The fact is, if you are going to use deck space, you want to fill it with something that will be used as opposed to something that will not.

My wife and I were sitting on the beach in Ambergris Cay (Belize) having a cocktail around 6pm one evening. What appeared to be a nice sized boat was anchored way out, just off the reef. 30 minutes or so go by and I see what appears to be a dingy coming through the cut (in the reef) and headed for the beach. Well the dingy pulls up with about 8 people in it and it happens to be a 26' Boston Whaler Outrage.