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Wicked FPB 97-1 Exterior Finals

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Following is an updated set of exterior renderings for the Wicked FPB 97-1.  Additional large sized images of the interior will be added to SetSail.com in coming weeks, so check back from time to time for the latest.

*August 6, 2012: We have just added larger sized images and a more detailed look on a new slideshow. Click here.

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For larger res shots, and a more detailed look, see the latest FPB 97 slide show.

For more information on the FPB 97, contact Todd Rickard at ToddR@SetSail.com.


Posted by Steve Dashew  (August 3, 2012)




14 Responses to “Wicked FPB 97-1 Exterior Finals”

  1. David Sutton Says:
    Absolutely Beautiful Steve (& company)! The renderings from the Tender’s perspective are especially realistic. I bet you can’t wait to actually see he afloat. David

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  2. Howard Bowman, MD Says:
    Hmmm. No access from the flying bridge to the foredeck over the solar panels?

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    Steve Dashew Reply:

    Everything on a yacht is a tradeoff. This one was easier than most, there being quick access down the side decks.

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  3. kevin Says:
    Absolutely stunning! Can’t wait to see her built.

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  4. Anthony VDM Says:
    Hi Steve, The ‘helicopter’ shots look great (as with many boats), but it’s super pleasing that from ‘dinghy’ height shots, she still looks terrific to my eye. I think the real thing is going to attract a lot of attention. Anthony

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  5. Alain M. Says:
    Impatient to see the “play room” and his fore entry the system room!!! And lets dream, the battery bank in one single bank/location!!! And let say that the owner’s vision on interior fitting fits mine! Nice and great job from you all!!! Best regards Alain

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  6. Scotto Says:
    I see a fwd steaming ligt, port and stbd lights and a stern light. Where’s the masthead light and anchor light?

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    Steve Dashew Reply:

    There are two anchor lights (three if you count swim step ilumination). One on top of the forward mast, and a second on an extension, off high bar between the main masts.

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  7. Scott Says:
    Is it just me, or does it look like Steve Jobs was reading Setsail.com? His just launched “Venus” looks pretty Wicked. http://www.cnn.com/2012/10/29/tech/web/steve-jobs-yacht/index.html

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    Steve Dashew Reply:

    Who knows, Scott, but it is too bad Mr. Jobs did not get to enjoy his new yacht.

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  8. David Milne Says:
    Hi Steve, Not sure if you remember me. I met you in American Samoa where you were with wind horse. You designed a replacement pin for my auto helm for the steering quadrant. Just wanted to say thanks. it worked a treat and got Chardonnay II back to Sydney. Loved meeting you and seeing Windhorse. I did a double take whenI saw Steve Jobs boat and thought of you. David and Rosanne

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    Steve Dashew Reply:

    Glad that fix got you back to Australia.Best for the new year.

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  9. Sean Bryant Says:
    Hi Steve, As a marine engineer your designs and ideas reflect my own thoughts and ideas. One feature I could not live without on a yacht of this size would be a on deck hot tub. just wondering if the 97 is capable and has enough reserve in its stability to be able to have one located on the aft deck,just behind the great room? Cheers Sean

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    Steve Dashew Reply:

    A hot tub would not be a wise idea at sea.

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