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An invitation for the Amerigo Vespucci by Panerai ~~ modem burner

Mr.Orange
Paneristi
Joined: February 8th, 2005, 6:29 am

August 20th, 2006, 6:31 pm #1

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange


















































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nico1017
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nico1017
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Joined: September 7th, 2004, 12:00 am

August 20th, 2006, 6:39 pm #2

as requested...nice gesture on the Vespucci book.

I hope there was at least one Mare in attendance...LOL

Cheers

Mark in California
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JonMoss
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JonMoss
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Joined: January 25th, 2005, 12:45 pm

August 20th, 2006, 6:47 pm #3

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange

















































Enjoyed that very much! The book is a great gesture, good luck all!
Jon
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PumpitMichael
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Joined: June 7th, 2005, 2:33 pm

August 20th, 2006, 6:48 pm #4

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange

















































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PumpitMichael
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Joined: June 7th, 2005, 2:33 pm

August 20th, 2006, 6:48 pm #5

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange

















































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covactanks
Paneristi
Joined: December 21st, 2004, 6:25 pm

August 20th, 2006, 6:50 pm #6

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange

















































Looked like you had a great day fellas

Oh.....Very nice gesture as well

Cheers to ya both

Cheers mates
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cmahoney
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cmahoney
Paneristi
Joined: December 18th, 2005, 3:33 am

August 20th, 2006, 6:57 pm #7

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange

















































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Joined: May 18th, 2004, 7:11 pm

August 20th, 2006, 7:00 pm #8

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange

















































privilege! The Vespucci is beautiful!

Big Kudos to the organisers and thanks for posting O!

Cheers

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tintinoman
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tintinoman
Paneristi
Joined: March 25th, 2006, 9:49 pm

August 20th, 2006, 7:09 pm #9

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange

















































and im in.

Torben
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LeonardoR
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LeonardoR
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Joined: September 3rd, 2005, 10:55 am

August 20th, 2006, 7:26 pm #10

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange

















































Enjoyed the post - looked like a great day! Interesting info on Riva strap protos...if they look anything like the boats, they should be remarkable...Cheers!
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RalphK.
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RalphK.
Paneristi
Joined: January 27th, 2005, 4:57 pm

August 20th, 2006, 7:33 pm #11

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange

















































can pass for a Mick body double

I smell another P-day trip in my future...need to see the gang again.

**don't include me in the great give-away**
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luminor65
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luminor65
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Joined: January 15th, 2005, 10:01 pm

August 20th, 2006, 7:38 pm #12

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange

















































nt
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porsche-964
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Joined: March 29th, 2006, 11:56 pm

August 20th, 2006, 7:48 pm #13

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange

















































nt
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workshopcat
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Joined: December 30th, 2004, 12:52 pm

August 20th, 2006, 7:57 pm #14

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange

















































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Asimut
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Joined: July 3rd, 2004, 6:04 am

August 20th, 2006, 7:58 pm #15

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange


















































,,,anyone on board with the real deal?





Cheers,

~Asi~
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AnthonyTsai
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Joined: January 24th, 2005, 8:00 pm

August 20th, 2006, 7:59 pm #16

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange

















































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FrankV1
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FrankV1
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Joined: January 25th, 2005, 9:56 am

August 20th, 2006, 8:05 pm #17

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange

















































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patrick-belgium
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Joined: January 26th, 2005, 4:33 pm

August 20th, 2006, 8:09 pm #18

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange

















































in addition from Mr.OOOOOOOOO's post, here are a few of my pix !! hope you enjoy them as much as I did !!!

a view from the deck



they even have a bartender on the Amerigo !!!



some PVD love



other view of the deck



the PR officer our guide



the 'usual suspects' yes they are still alive and kicking !!



I think these must be cleaned about every day



ring my bell





try to figure out which rope serves for what ???





the charts room





a young cadet



the captain receiving a gift from Hans Dekkers for his hospitality !










PATRICK™

MY WATCHES PHOTOBLOG


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jhong10
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Joined: November 5th, 2004, 4:53 pm

August 20th, 2006, 8:10 pm #19

Hi there,

today, a few Belgian collectors were invited by their dealers to have the privilege to go on board
at one of the world's most beautiful marine vessels; the Amerigo Vespucci.
Not only a free walk but a guided tour presented by one of the spokesmen of the ship.


First looks of the boat are very impressive. So beautiful with it's black & wite stripes.
Lot's of people arround the ship. A true attraction at the Antwerp port.







A terrific event organised by Hans Dekkers, brand manager for Panerai Scandinavia & Benelux.
Meeting point was at a nearby restaurant where refreshments were served...


Hans Dekkers on the right, talking to a collector...







Time to go aboard. Marine guards to protect the ship and it's content.








Some random pictures of the ship...
















After some more refreshments on board it was time to start our guided tour.
Speaker was an italian commander officer.










Time to go on deck!













Some more random pictures















The officers rooms. Full of naval insignes. Just awesome




After a terrific one and a half hour tour it was time to go back on land.
But Panerai had more to come. A nice walking dinner, some cool prototypes and some inside info








Hot news >> a new prototype strap. Looks fantastic. Based upon the design of the boat called riva.
Already start calling your dealers for when they arrive!







1938 prototype



They still haven't decided wether they will make it with a clear back or steel back...












Collectors having a good time







All attendants had the honour to receive a Panerai goodiebag containing a beautiful book about the Amerigo Vespucci.
Stunned as I opened my copy to find out the captain had signed each one of them.

I again want to thank Panerai and it's belgian dealers for inviting
some paneristi on board and giving us a great day.






But that's not it. Thanks to Hans Dekkers, I can offer another signed copy of the book of the Amerigo Vespucci.
All you have to do to get this awesome 156 page book is post a reply onto this original topic.
A by pc randomly picked winner will be anounced within 48 hours.





So get your chance!



Viva Paneristi!

Mr.Orange

















































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Joined: September 27th, 2004, 8:38 am

August 20th, 2006, 8:14 pm #20

in addition from Mr.OOOOOOOOO's post, here are a few of my pix !! hope you enjoy them as much as I did !!!

a view from the deck



they even have a bartender on the Amerigo !!!



some PVD love



other view of the deck



the PR officer our guide



the 'usual suspects' yes they are still alive and kicking !!



I think these must be cleaned about every day



ring my bell





try to figure out which rope serves for what ???





the charts room





a young cadet



the captain receiving a gift from Hans Dekkers for his hospitality !










PATRICK™

MY WATCHES PHOTOBLOG


[url=callto://pattouareg][/url]


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