The TRUTH about Buying a CATAMARAN. Don't be LIED TO..

16. okt.. 2020
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  • Sailing La Vagabonde the sailing show that isn't really about sailing and is more like the Kardashians hanging out on a boat... Can you all do me a favour and share this to every sailing group and forum on the planet. Worked my clacker off getting this one done and also its the best advice I can possibly give. Lowkey trying to change an industry lol.

    Sailing La VagabondeSailing La Vagabonde4 måneder siden
    • @Michelle Ashley sharks are like lil kitty cats!

      andrew mcguirlandrew mcguirl17 timer siden

      andrew mcguirlandrew mcguirl18 timer siden
    • Cool video bro, saved me a whole lot of trouble skeet skeeet

      Social ObjectSocial ObjectDag siden
    • Sailing Nandji is a thousand times better than these elites.

      Steve SinclairSteve Sinclair6 dager siden
    • Riley, When I first started watching you, you knew NOTHING! I love that you are BECOMING an expert. You inspired me to begin sailing 20 months ago. I've got over 100 days on the water since June 2019. Looking forward to my first blue-water passage. I would have done that last May, were it not for the damned COVID. Maybe this year! And NOW, I want to be YOU! Keep inspiring!

      Scott MeriwetherScott Meriwether13 dager siden
  • Bijna de eingste ervaring die ik heb met van Nederland naar het zuiden van Engeland, in een wedstrijd. Samen met mijn schoonvader. Ik heb we veel ervaring met zeilen is op binnenwateren in Nederland. Zoals 5 jaar zeilles gegeven bij Scouting Nederland, Admiraliteit 11 op Zaterdag. Midden Nederland. En op Dinsdagavond zeilen met BOTERS, van meer dan 100 jaar oud. En op Woensdagavond met een monohol van mijn oom. En daar doen we ook elk jaar de "Nacht van Spakenburg " mee. Groetjes uit Spakenburg Nederland Gerben T en Gabriëlle.

    Gerben T van de VeenGerben T van de Veen19 minutter siden
  • haven't watched in two or more years

    dopplerdoppler4 timer siden
  • Keep it up! Grab a fire extinguisher smoke coming out of the space between my ears, dam equations!!!!😎👍👍👍💣🐊

    andrew mcguirlandrew mcguirl18 timer siden
  • Do waves not push against the two hulls?

    Luvs LogisticsLuvs LogisticsDag siden
  • Less loud unnecessary music please

    Tony RustTony Rust2 dager siden
  • The obvious problem with a catamaran is that if they capsize you are completely screwed. A monohull can be knocked flat and it will right itself. You even showed a catamaran capsizing in the video but didn't address that. A catamaran will also behave very differently as it must stay flat relative to the patch of water it is on, where the monohull doesn't care as much.

    Kevin StokesKevin Stokes2 dager siden
  • this was super useful! my boyfriend and I have bought our first boat, an old Nicholson, pretty minimal but fingers crossed its quick and safe! Plan is to sail from the uk to the med next year, kick around and have some fun before maybe thinking about upgrading! will definitely be browsing the second hand catamaran market. thank you so much for what you guys do, always keeping me motivated to create a life as fulfilling as I think your guys life is! xx

    Rosie WoodsRosie Woods2 dager siden
  • Living the dream,thanks guys great work ✌️

    Brent ThompsonBrent Thompson2 dager siden
  • Hi Ryley, Donna and Ian from Brisbane. We love your vids, we are currently on our training wheels on a Catalina. We are about to sell and jump to cat. This vid has been very helpful. We would love to get some advice about buying here in Australia v buying abroad? Please hit us up if you would have time to give us some advice. Funny we have been looking a Lagoon 380’s. Now full of questions. Cheers mate, Ian And Donna Brisvagas 😎

    Ian ChalmersIan Chalmers2 dager siden
  • Found y’all several years ago. Love your videos. I’m a 57 yr old gent who has aspirations of sailing! Now I was a seismic engineer and have sailed around the world, on motor vessels! I am single, will live aboard and will begin sailing the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean until my confidence grows to a point that I’ll feel ready to do a crossing!? My question is that I’m quite interested in a production boat, Hunter 41 ds or 410. Am I crazy for wanting the comfort while from what I see, giving up little in performance?! Thanks

    JWGJWG2 dager siden
  • Thanks much for this. I always seek numerous opinions, I don't take anyone's word as gospel however- there is nothing more valuable than unvarnished truth from someone much further down the same road you are about to travel. My intuition almost always leans toward simplicity and function so I like your take and... have just now subscribed. Mahalo!

    rico porico po3 dager siden
  • Great info! My husband and I are wanting to get on the water full time but really don't know where to start, downsizing, saving, buying, style, CRAZY decisions to make

    Jamie Irvin IrvinJamie Irvin Irvin3 dager siden
  • Great job mate , as a fella Aussie I would love to have a chat one day as I am looking at buying a boat ad go of sailing as you are ,love watching your stuff 👍👍

    Glenn GilsonGlenn Gilson3 dager siden
  • I thought I was the smartest man alive...until now. Thanks brother.

    Brian NiedererBrian Niederer3 dager siden
  • This wasn’t aimed at me and I don’t sail, but I really enjoy it when you get technical, so interesting thanks!

    Hamilton JonesHamilton Jones3 dager siden
  • Gee, that book is pricey. I mean 50$ for the hardcover and 37$ for Kindle, sure one can find a better deal to get information on catamarans. I wanted to support the channel but sorry, will have to wait...

    Elyes LOUCIFElyes LOUCIF4 dager siden
  • Probably won't ever get a chance to sail but I thought this video was great and watched it all. Your points of view are from life experiences and your learnings, it is honest. Keep doing this

    The Ageing ExplorerThe Ageing Explorer4 dager siden
  • I had a cat that was a little scarey in big seas and had a nasty habit of submarining into large waves. Any thoughts?

    JohnJohn4 dager siden
    • Drogues all the way

      LynxLynx2 dager siden
  • That was brilliant brother. Thank you.

    JezzJezz5 dager siden
  • can you be a little bit more confusing, please?

    Ricardo CossonRicardo Cosson5 dager siden
  • “A buffoon in the midst of reform” should be life’s maxim: De emendatione inter scurra.

    Martin GrantMartin Grant5 dager siden
  • Great video man. I live vicariously through you haha.

    k0mmand0c0zk0mmand0c0z5 dager siden
  • A great video Riley. I was talking to my brother about it “Darren Newton” who is Co owner and designer of Dazcat in the UK. He was impressed with your comments and how as a designer for him to find that sweet spot of weight, performance, comfort and cost is very difficult and subjective especially if you want to put the boat into production. You may know Dazcat’s are principally sports cruisers so lean more to racing and performance cruising with all the requirements and comfort for the family. I know over the past year they have been discussing exactly what you have been saying, but one of the main issues they have to make a yacht design a reality is the lack of information from people who live the life, just like yourself and your family, so what you are doing will be a great help to the industry and future boat owners.👍 I know “Daz” Darren would love to talk to you about this subject and possibly help, so please feel free to contact him via the company website... Keep up the good work...

    Carl NewtonCarl Newton5 dager siden
  • Well done! Even a Hobie Cat is difficult to make it come about.

    Tim CrawfordTim Crawford5 dager siden
  • Thanks for the insights, Riley. I'm not a sailor. However, I believe that the metric that you struggled a bit with had to do with the friction that water exerts in the submerged hull creating drag. The surface area of the total amount of submerged hull would be an important component of the total drag exerted on the boat.

    Don TurnerDon Turner6 dager siden
  • Is this how the rich kids sail? Sailing Nandji is the best channel on the net! I watched this a few years back, then ran across Sailing Nandji They are far more down to Earth and realistic...and they're having a baby too Lol

    Steve SinclairSteve Sinclair6 dager siden
  • Can i jump ahead if i get sea sick, im in my mid 50s and i will NEVER own a boat ...i just like how they look

    Monday MundyMonday Mundy6 dager siden
    • Damn it. I jumped right to the sexist part. Luckily im no Feminist, i can ask those questions about a van or RV...or what my hummer can tow. Just wish there were more vans/rvs that looked like a catamaran inside

      Monday MundyMonday Mundy6 dager siden
  • So glad I found you guys and this video. Kudos to you Mr Radelaide.

    Solo AnglerSolo Angler6 dager siden
  • I think the Polynesian catamaran is good in fair weather give me my mono hull if you value your life

  • Very useful pointers 👌

    Kenneth Meldgaard LarsenKenneth Meldgaard Larsen7 dager siden
  • Quick question before the start of the video... what’s a catamaran and why is this in my recommended?

    John Michael KilcreaseJohn Michael Kilcrease7 dager siden
  • Quick question before the start of the video... what’s a catamaran and why is this in my recommended?

    John Michael KilcreaseJohn Michael Kilcrease7 dager siden
  • Thanks for the reality check. --landlocked US cat enthusiast.

    John ApodacaJohn Apodaca7 dager siden
  • I find it interesting that the safety argument still exists about multihulls. If they were so dangerous they would be off the market just like three-wheeler ATV's. I road and raced those with out injury for years. Learn what your driving.

    BajaNateBajaNate8 dager siden
  • This is something consumer reports won’t tell you “this is going to piss off the industry”. You got my undivided attention and thank you for the valuable information, I’m buying the book. I’m new and want to sail.

    J MARTINEZJ MARTINEZ8 dager siden
  • Some weight and length numbers upon which to ruminate: Outremer 45 (48 ft.) Displacement light: 19,180 lb (9.6 t) Maximum displacement: 24,471 lb (12.5 t) / 11100 kg Balanace 482 (48.26 ft.) Displacement Light: 24,950lbs (12 t) / 11.315 kg DISP (Max Load) 33,075lbs (15.5 t) / 15,000kg Leopard 45 (45 ft.) Displacement: 32,849 lbs (16 t)/ 14,900 kg Lagoon 450S (45 ft.) Light displacement (EEC) 15.5 t / 33,075 Lbs Privilege 510 Signature (50 ft.) Displacement Light: 37,000 lbs. | 16,8 t Displacement Full Loaded: 55,115 lbs. | 25 t

    Farwalker2uFarwalker2u9 dager siden
  • Useful but unfortunately we who have some experience have good info on Cats. You can vomit up and spit out all the lies YOU have BELIEVED. Your start up is so negative and immature I that I nearly shut this off. Your accent doesnt help, it makes it difficult to even listen to you. But, I listened.

    William GallantWilliam Gallant9 dager siden
  • 1:40 Does this mean the cat is bought using a loan? I will admit I've stayed away from your channel on purpose, as I'm mostly into channels who take older boats and fix them up for not a lot of money. (And I believe, while I might be wrong that this channel is the opposite, very new, expensive boat that most people cannot afford.) 2:30 EYYY! Norway :D :D (yes, I am from there)

    AndreasAndreas9 dager siden
  • Some good points.But to say a performance cat is safer.Is wrong.Its the sailor that makes any boat safer.Waves kill boats not wind.If a wind kills a is the sailors fault.Modern technology allows you to plan when it is safe to sail.The only thing is cannot predict it.And makes no difference how a boat performs.if anything it has been reported that carbon masts attract lightening more than alumunium.Also dagger boards are more dangerous.

    t147hant147han9 dager siden
  • Maybe someone in the know should have made a compilation or a short list of catamarans that are great for sailing and blue water crossings? It is hard for people that does not have catamaran experience to know what to look for or even what brands or models to check out. We are all colored by the vast living area, the home like feel of a the catamarans but I've never sailed one, I don't know anyone with a catamaran and I probably won't be sailing a cat any day soon. Those cats are expensive to charter, and even if one does charter at cat before purchase, chances are you will be sailing i prime weather conditions, or even charter with a crew and only experience the king size bed and "living room" and comfort features.

    tian johantian johan9 dager siden
  • This is a very informative video. Thank you!

    Maurice BergevinMaurice Bergevin10 dager siden
  • Amazing video. Thank you!

    brett edwardsbrett edwards10 dager siden
  • Congratulations my Skipper - you ARE an expert by experience. Thank you for the video Mate - Awesome!

    John S. JamesJohn S. James11 dager siden
  • 8:08 is that Greta Thunberg?

    Ted HeavyTed Heavy11 dager siden
    • I am wondering the same!

      Romain LaisnéRomain Laisné10 dager siden
  • Have you crossed paths with Zatara and that family? Be nice to see you guys do a video together.

    Arctic GummibearArctic Gummibear11 dager siden
  • Was that Greta Thunberg ? 8:07

    cletis lewiscletis lewis11 dager siden
  • Thanks Riley. We are at the contemplation stage of buying and loved your vid. Thinking about a splash of blue water sailing after we semi - retire. Sail a small 3.5 tonne fixed keel around the Gulf (SA) and chartered a Seawind 1250 catamaran in the Whitsundays to try sailing a multihull for the first time. Loved it. The boat sailed well and is more down the performance end than houseboat, but is very different to a mono. Your comments and wisdom (yes, you are entitled to dish out opinions based on your enviable experience!) really made sense. Hope you both find a solution to the COVID/childbirth dilemma. SA is such a haven, its a pity you are stalled making it back. Lenny makes us laugh. M

    M FBM FB11 dager siden
  • So...... is it possible (or koshe) to rate some cats against your numbers?

    David RichardsDavid Richards11 dager siden
  • Absolutely excellent points. I've watched my dad buy boats. He always looks for a strong boat, strong rigging, repairable everything. He wants to be able to get to the inside of the hull everywhere in the boat, he wants to be able to get to every system in the boat. I've seen him change out every hose clamp on the boat because they were all different . . . he made them all the same and put a bag of extras in his parts bin. Galleys can be modified, a portable freezer can go in, it's more important to have good access to your sail and fender lockers, to have good solid storage for your tender, to have a high quality anchor and chain. Safety, reliability, and repairability first. All the other stuff comes after.

    GladtobemomGladtobemom12 dager siden
  • if you check, College Sailor of the Year...these are going to be the best sailors on the planet...if they're not humble school dominates this ranking...and imho..this post of yours was total effing fluff..Nancy Reagan..."Just say no."

    Karen MataKaren Mata12 dager siden
  • and I am through 13 minutes and you have yet to break out a sextant...bonus points

    Karen MataKaren Mata12 dager siden
  • you are good...just watched the first few minutes...and while at times put off by yachtsmen...(as a professional vet, federal service academy grad..licensed ship master..retired...sailing since the days of loran and celestial were state of the art)...keep up the good work, dude...

    Karen MataKaren Mata12 dager siden
  • Riley, thanks for being a Sailor's Sailor that has a "sack", unafraid of speaking the truth, and providing your audience (and potential boat owners) with straight up information about catamarans. I have long since known that the monthly sailing periodicals, dealers and salesmen are doing nothing but prostituting themselves to appeal to your heartstrings to make the sale and their salary/commission! Exactly how many categories can these salesmen come up with for those boats displayed at the Annapolis Boat Show, each boat has some type of award to attract potential buyers. Best doorknobs in the salon, best in the 39 foot 1.5 inch range, best in show for over 39 feet and under 40 feet...think you know and get the picture. Name one national or global sailing periodical that says, "stay away from this boat, it's a real dog!!!!!" Have enjoyed your channel from day one and will continue to learn from each episode. Keep up with your good work! Best regards, crew of Sv ANEVRLU

    Bill CombsBill Combs13 dager siden
  • Great acting. It was like the atmosphere of a 70's movie.

    runeguldbergruneguldberg13 dager siden
  • Good on yuh...Riley...share that wisdom dude! People should appreciate it.

    John TatumJohn Tatum14 dager siden
  • I enjoyed this. I'd love to have a set of questions you should ask of every boat, not just catamarans. You said something like, "What's your Bruce?" Having a set of 2-5 questions you ask of every boat you're looking at would be cool. Like you said, it take the guess work out of it if you asked the same questions every time.

    Matt RayMatt Ray14 dager siden
  • Riley this is an awesome video. I'm planning to start cruising in a couple of years so boat choices are top of mind at the moment. I hear a great deal about the benefits of redundancy of systems onboard - water coolers, electrical systems etc etc. Obviously this adds weight but what redundancy should I be thinking about from a safety and comfort perspective?

    David PooleDavid Poole14 dager siden
  • Interesting perspective and your point of view is something I hadn't considered. Your premise appears to be that 'blue water sailing' should give more consideration to the act of sailing and the performance metrics of the vessel while underway. One wonders if consumer data supports that position. Actual time spent 'sailing' versus time spent at destination (at anchor) presents some hard choices for a family. How important are speed and the thrill of performance to a 'family' over the long-run with dreams of 'years' traveling the world? How much of this 'alternative lifestyle' (for consumers) is about the act of sailing versus a life of travel and freedom (in relative comfort)? Perspective is a funny thing. Just a thought.

    Tom HamrickTom Hamrick14 dager siden
  • Thank you so much for your video. It was great. My wife and I plan to retire on a catamaran by the end of this decade and we have been debating the qualities of the boat we would buy. You perfectly described everything I have been saying to her regarding comfort vs performance. And then theres the cost. Keep it up.

    David deHollDavid deHoll15 dager siden
  • Love the straight talk, since I am a buffoon working on being a reformed buffoon! :{D

    Robert JonesRobert Jones15 dager siden
  • Amazing insights! Mahalo.

    Kirtan DreamrezzerKirtan Dreamrezzer15 dager siden
  • I liked the video very much as it helped me understanding the vastity of what I don't know yet without making feel bad about it. Also I liked the enphase on safety versus a kings size beds and a flat screen...I have been contemplating monohull versus catamaran for a long time, recently I started turning to catamaran but I am now shifting toward multihulls. This video made me understand why, so thank you. I have very little experience now but hopefully one day I will be experienced, capable, and confident enough to fulfill the childhood dream of sailing around the world safely. I will keep following your channel and keep on learning. Thanks mate.

    Sergio PersiSergio Persi16 dager siden
  • Great video! Keep up the advice and sharing your knowledge! Good on you mate!

    Andria LoganAndria Logan16 dager siden
  • Why the concern about offending someone? Jesus! Who cares? Verbal offense is more taken than given... You're giving good, practical advice. If someone is so stupid as to take offense by it, it doesn't deserve the air is breathing.

    David ADavid A16 dager siden
  • Nice shout out to Wharram, he was a wizard and deserves a lot of credit for being a true visionary. I've learned a lot from him.

    joseph hertzbergjoseph hertzberg16 dager siden
  • Good on you, bro

    joseph hertzbergjoseph hertzberg16 dager siden
  • So what is your opinion of Vagabond? How does she perform as a mass produced craft bearing in mind all your advice, would you buy the same again? I assume she has all the bells and whistles, fridges and home comforts. If the boat is big enough to carry all the home comforts even an island king size why not. As you said weight is good, i wouldn't want to do long passages and stay aboard in a stripped out performance yacht with a small bunk eating dried food. Surely its a compromise. What worries me about cats (I'm a monohull owner but open minded) is the pressured placed on the sails and rigging you don't feel because the boat stays level. Appreciate your honesty about pointing and tacking but that coupled with double berthing fees is a big deterrent. I get that cats are faster per foot length than a monohull but they are so much more expensive that for the cost of 36ft you can afford a 50ft monohull the same year, have more space, it'd be just as fast as a 36ft cat, heavier, point, and still be cheaper at the marina. Everything is a compromise but you seem to compromise a lot with a cat to avoid leaning to one side and actually 'feel' your sailing? Just my thoughts . . .

    Adrian SayersAdrian Sayers16 dager siden
  • I really enjoyed watching this vid. I appreciate your experience and the way you presented the info. Now I am going out to look for a king size bed with a boat built around it LOL.

    PeaceduetostrengthPeaceduetostrength16 dager siden
  • It’s good and interesting

    Ronn MurphyRonn Murphy17 dager siden
  • great one Riley, love to hear more.

    Richard CrossmanRichard Crossman17 dager siden
  • straight up... if you cant handle that, buy a canoe

    Buck RodgersBuck Rodgers18 dager siden
  • So. If I wanted to live on a sailing boat. Learn everything I can from a good savvy person. What should I look at. Really for a man and his wife.

    Cal MauricCal Mauric19 dager siden
  • Super helpful video. I've been intimidated by the whole idea of trying to avoid shark salesmen and find a truly safe boat. Will keep doing my research.

    Elizabeth LuddenElizabeth Ludden20 dager siden
  • Amazing dude u just gained much respect thank u

    Liezel Maderal MareeLiezel Maderal Maree20 dager siden
  • Thank You. The Truth Is Helpful. I Trust You.

    Jesse EnnsJesse Enns20 dager siden
  • Do you have any thoughts about a motorized cat, no sails? I am so near to pulling the trigger on a Nordhavn 76, but then I am stumbling over the last several years of watching your wonderful sailing adventures. Mind you, I'm 72 years and there is no way in hell I'm climbing a 70 foot mast and as for weird motor spaces, forget it. Emotionally, I think cats are ugly, while I think monohulls like Amels and S&S (especially the older ones) are hymns to beauty, but I just get so angry at standing watch at 15 degree heel all night. Help.

    fazzaz31fazzaz3120 dager siden
  • Excellent video, Riley! I’ll share this with my brother who plans to build a catamaran. I prefer the monohull.

    Richard DyerRichard Dyer21 dag siden
  • Don't know how I got here but I'm not leaving.

    Joshua ItzciJoshua Itzci21 dag siden
  • So.... I'm not sure I understood. Is it that newbies should get a monohull or a catamaran? Or, just, "it's complicated?" LOL it was clear a mud, I'm sorry Riley but I hope you do a follow up to this and offer some clarity for us reforming bafoons.

    Alina PraxAlina Prax21 dag siden
  • ^5

    John ArizonaJohn Arizona21 dag siden
  • You're a bloody rippa mate. Keepin it real to the end. Love it!

    KCs Roofing & PatiosKCs Roofing & Patios21 dag siden
  • Riley, whilst those 5 points are just general and apply to anyone and everyone some of them just don’t hold true with certain monohulls for example

    Smuli SmuliSmuli Smuli21 dag siden
  • Hi Riley, really enjoyed this video! There are some of us girls out there looking to be the ones to sail and ask all the technical questions and it's so helpful to get an honest opinion now and then. Looking forward to the next one!

    Emily Ca-KeEmily Ca-Ke22 dager siden
  • Well, I know nothing about Sailing. And I'm about to move on to a 30 to 40 foot monohual. And teach myself Sailing. Someday never comes, but someday, I will live on a multi haul... Someday. 2 months to go. Kinda like going skydiving for the first time!... Yes I did, jump!

    Jim mckayJim mckay22 dager siden
  • have you capsized a vessel? how did you right side it afterwards? The video showed the racing cat flipping over. that's why I asking.

    mitch katzmitch katz22 dager siden
  • We identify as "recovering buffoons" welcome to the group ;-)

    Just AguyJust Aguy22 dager siden
  • Thank you and good job. When the time comes this advise is going to come in handy.

    Simply Brilliantly TSBCSimply Brilliantly TSBC23 dager siden
  • Ahh come on dude, your 1st boat was sweet..then Bamm you get a sick brand new cat! Please don't lie buddy cause there's going to be a shitload people that will find out how you 'paid for it" there people that put the time in to find the truth. Every mistake

    kMizo whatskMizo whats23 dager siden
  • I am looking to buy a Sail boat this year because you make me feel trusted and motivted you made me want sea life God bless you !! i want a boat because of you

    Carlos MaisonetCarlos Maisonet24 dager siden
  • What do you think about the sunreef 80 sailing

    Adam AhmedAdam Ahmed25 dager siden
  • Hmmm, this seemed to be just a personal rant of things that piss this guy off about sailors and salesmen....I kept waiting for some information that was new or interesting.....still waiting.

    Gerry SGerry S26 dager siden
  • Thank you, feel like more like I read a book than watch NOworld. Please have more videos like this one in the future.

    Yogev RebohYogev Reboh26 dager siden
  • Since 90% of the time the yacht is an apartment at anchor, living accommodations seems to be the an extremely important feature. :)

    G11713G1171326 dager siden
    • Then why get on a boat if you are going to sit in your room? Keep your apartment.

      David KellersDavid Kellers24 dager siden
  • So basically like buying a car cheap, fast, reliable, Pick 2 sounds about right.

    A L ReedA L Reed27 dager siden
  • ok that's it.. Im annoyed ....just PISSED RIGHT OFF. I went to click the like button and I knocked over my beer.. Thanks A-LOT ;-) Great Video though

    Darren NeilsonDarren Neilson27 dager siden
  • Cheers, youre a legend mate

    ItsPonderItsPonder27 dager siden
  • Considering getting my captain’s license. Currently I have 5 years of Hobie 16 race sailing experience and thinking being able to do charters etc would the goal. Who regulates these licenses? I am in Michigan and sail on the Great Lakes. Any pointers are appreciated thanks in advance!

    James SchiltzJames Schiltz27 dager siden
  • Very interesting points !! Enjoy pro's and con's .. are you suggesting first buyer should look into used catamaran since they seem very safe and strong ??? Would enjoy your opinion

    hudsoncrabapple yohandrihudsoncrabapple yohandri28 dager siden
  • best video

    I LAI LA29 dager siden