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Remarkably, one of the most noteworthy relics of the tragedy is the ship that rammed and sank the famed Italian liner in 1956: the former motor liner STOCKHOLM is still sailing today as the cruise ship ASTORIA.At age 69, the ASTORIA is not only one of the oldest large passenger ships in history, she is just about the last ex-liner still in cruise service.“I’ve had girls who’d take the bus over and linger around, then have sex with anyone who had a house,” says Almendral, the 50-year-old managing director of the Wall Street Solutions Group Inc. While city dwellers have always been notoriously hungry for Hamptons invitations, the current economic situation has given homeowners even more power in the romantic realm.“I think this is becoming more common because the wealthy who tend to own these big houses are ruling the market right now,” says Bravo’s “Millionaire Matchmaker,” Patti Stanger. You have no choices.” Baker agrees, adding that the entire social scene revolves around these property princes.“I never thought I would get married or settle down — like any other guy — but my story inspires other women in the house,” he says.Shapiro adds that the share-house environment is good for people because “first-date good behavior” is off the table in a roommate setting.
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He estimates hundreds of couples have been brought together in his houses over the years, and says dozens have even tied the knot — including himself.
He met his wife, Susan, at his share house, and a kiss they shared in the VIP area at now-closed club Dune made it official during the July Fourth weekend in 2010.
But it’s done more than just serve as a party castle. “If you own a house, you’re at a huge advantage,” he says. Every summer I can have a huge adventure.” Indeed, summer in the Hamptons gives new meaning to the term “house hunting,” as hordes of cement-weary New Yorkers arrive on Long Island, willing to use their romantic wiles to snag the catch of the season — seaside-home-owning New Yorkers. There are the long-term planners, who set the trap early and start dating someone with a sandy abode in the spring (the better for feigning genuineness) and continue the lackluster relationship through Labor Day.
These homeowners are generous with the invitations — as long as their guests are generous with other things. And then there are what veteran club owner Mark Baker likes to call the “professional guests.” “Their job, all attractive women, is to track and hunt down guys in the Hamptons and make a beeline for the ones with houses so they’ll have a place to stay for the summer,” he says.