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02-08-2020, 19:50   #61
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I would certainly consider it but a private jet would be more of a priority. Imagine not having to deal with the peasantry of commercial travel, airport queues, security, booking in advance etc.
That's what the platinum terminal is for sure
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02-08-2020, 19:58   #62
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That's what the platinum terminal is for sure
In my world, the passengers drive to the side of the aircraft, no queues, security, nothing, at the destination another car awaits them and off they go.

They have “people” to worry about baggage etc.
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02-08-2020, 23:14   #63
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I would get something like this, best of both worlds, although I would get a turbine version and not a radial engine.
Get a PBY Catalina with those amazing panoramic windows
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03-08-2020, 17:09   #64
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I would rather have the 890J Super Yacht

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03-08-2020, 17:19   #65
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You saying all the mad alcohol fuelled sex parties in between are no good?

Obviously couldn’t ever get one of them up and running.
That’s why they sold the thing...
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03-08-2020, 20:05   #66
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Get a PBY Catalina with those amazing panoramic windows
Sold! We need more seaplanes today. And flying boats. And airships.
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04-08-2020, 21:58   #67
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Originally Posted by Bit cynical View Post
The boats might circle around but the owners normally direct the yacht to be at a certain place on a certain day then they fly down to meet it where it is moored. It is fairly rare for the owner to sail on the yacht particularly on long voyages.

I'd be wondering then where the craic is in that for them. If I was ever lucky enough to be able to afford one I'd be trying to spend a good part of the year on it touring around but what you mention is exactly what the stereotypical superyacht owner does - it's like they just want their own private floating hotel without really taking advantage of the fact that it's floating
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05-08-2020, 00:16   #68
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Now we're talking, yacht, helicopter and submarine.....

*and only €295.000,000 for the priveledge

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08-08-2020, 14:30   #69
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My bosses yacht is 24 feet longer than that one and don't forget to thrown in a fleet of aircraft to get you to and from the yacht.
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