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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)




12 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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