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Old 01-20-2014, 12:14 AM   #1
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Wink Daddy donít you SINK so Fast!!! Lol!!

So is it just me? Wayne Newtonís boat sank under suspicious conditions last October and heís also going broke filing Bankruptcy too. The boat was insured for over a half million. That kind of cash would come in pretty handy for someone in that financial position, no??

These pictures show the 65 foot Skipper liner upended in the slip at Temple Bar Marina 15 miles away on Lake Mead and then raised and towed back to my home port harbor at Lake mead marina this last week.. Wayne, were you a bad boy? LMAO!! I bet the insurance investigators are all over him like flies on a Rib Roast??

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I heard Wayne put on a few pounds. Maybe someone left the lower ports open when he boarded and that's all she wrote

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The boat in the 1st pic has what appears to be an bow pulpit that is integrated with the hull and deck like it was part of the original mould. The hand rails go all the way around. The boat in the second pic doesn't appear to have a bow pulpit. It looks like the gunnel cap is contiguous on the second boat, so it doesn't even look like a bolt on was removed.

Are these the same boats?
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The boat in the 1st pic has what appears to be an bow pulpit that is integrated with the hull and deck like it was part of the original mould. The hand rails go all the way around. The boat in the second pic doesn't appear to have a bow pulpit. It looks like the gunnel cap is contiguous on the second boat, so it doesn't even look like a bolt on was removed.

Are these the same boats?

No, you got me, I lied Shrew, lol!!

Count the bow rail upright stanchions four (until they were cut). The window config in the front, Pinstripes on the upper deck brow, Oh’ and there is that one thing, the name on the back “Rendezvous” so there’s that! LOL!! Yep it’s the Wayniacs all right.

If you knew a little more about Skipperliners (they were made right near I used to live in Lacrosse WI) you would realize the hulls are not molded but instead are a combination of Steel Hulls Aluminum sides and molded upper deck Fiberglass. Notice the rust line where the boat was resting and rubbing on the dock port side? Fiberglass doesn’t rust Shrew. Anyhoo, as for the fiberglass molded bow pulpit that ripped off when they were raising it from what the dock boys said. This boat weighed over 60 tons floating, God knows what it weighed full of water. You are observant though, I’ll give you that.

I’ll snap a picture of the stern for ya if it makes you feel better? Lol!! Here is a pic of “Shenandoah” right in Vegas, a 60 plus acre complex that he just lost to creditors as well. The only direction for former TOP Vegas headliners to go is down baby, down. Sad though. I think we can all learn from that?

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How does he get that Citation out of the compound and air borne?
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I guess Wayne was trying to turn Shenandoah into a tourist attraction. sort of a museum dedicated to Him. I wonder how the heck they got it in there for that matter?? Its all academic at this point because his dreams were crushed by the creditors. apparently he had dozens and dozens of lawsuit against him for not paying bills from everything from horse Feed to Cadillacs.

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Maybe he should be in another family vaction movie with Chevy Chase to make some money that will re-run forever.
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never see a 65ft deep boat slip....
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No, you got me, I lied Shrew, lol!!

Count the bow rail upright stanchions four (until they were cut). The window config in the front, Pinstripes on the upper deck brow, Oh’ and there is that one thing, the name on the back “Rendezvous” so there’s that! LOL!! Yep it’s the Wayniacs all right.

If you knew a little more about Skipperliners (they were made right near I used to live in Lacrosse WI) you would realize the hulls are not molded but instead are a combination of Steel Hulls Aluminum sides and molded upper deck Fiberglass. Notice the rust line where the boat was resting and rubbing on the dock port side? Fiberglass doesn’t rust Shrew. Anyhoo, as for the fiberglass molded bow pulpit that ripped off when they were raising it from what the dock boys said. This boat weighed over 60 tons floating, God knows what it weighed full of water. You are observant though, I’ll give you that.

I’ll snap a picture of the stern for ya if it makes you feel better? Lol!! Here is a pic of “Shenandoah” right in Vegas, a 60 plus acre complex that he just lost to creditors as well. The only direction for former TOP Vegas headliners to go is down baby, down. Sad though. I think we can all learn from that?

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O now I see it. My work firewall blocked the pictures. The plane must be VSTOL (vertical short take off and landing)
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never see a 65ft deep boat slip....

I've seen many at Powell.
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