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Voyaging Under Power – Fourth Edition

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The long awaited fourth edition of Bob Beebe’s Voyaging Under Power is now available. Read the rest »


Posted by Steve Dashew  (January 8, 2013)    |    Comments (0)

FPB Update: 97-1 Progress

One takeaway from this latest trip to New Zealand was the overall pace and quality of progress that Circa Marine is managing with the FPB 97 program. Read the rest »


Posted by admin  (December 9, 2012)    |    Comments (0)

Wicked Progress In Whangarei

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Some of the team are visiting FPB 97-1 in New Zealand this week and are sending back some great photos Read the rest »


Posted by Steve Dashew  (November 28, 2012)    |    Comments (13)

FPB 64-6: A New Galley Layout and Other Details

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The sixth FPB 64 is now undergoing sea trials. Read the rest »


Posted by Steve Dashew  (November 16, 2012)    |    Comments (10)

A Wicked FPB 97 Exterior Update

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We’ve been so busy on the details end of FPB 97-1 – a ¬†project like this has a tendency to take all your bandwidth – Read the rest »


Posted by Steve Dashew  (November 8, 2012)    |    Comments (5)

A Wickedly Cool FPB 97 Great Room

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We thought it was time to devote some computing energy towards showing you the latest on the Wicked FPB 97 Great Room.

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Posted by Steve Dashew  (November 2, 2012)    |    Comments (15)

Wicked FPB 97-1: Starting To Feel The Scale

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You are looking at the business end of what will become an enormously strong bow structure on FPB 97-1. Read the rest »


Posted by Steve Dashew  (October 30, 2012)    |    Comments (24)

Open House With A Blow

MG 7333 The excitement of sea trials and open house is over and we are back in Arizona with a load of photos and video to process. Read the rest »


Posted by Steve Dashew  (October 20, 2012)    |    Comments (8)

FPB 64 Avatar – Final Trial – Part One Of Three

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Since launching we’ve had master aerial photographer Ivor Wilkins on standby for the right conditions to shoot the first FPB 64. Read the rest »


Posted by Steve Dashew  (October 19, 2012)    |    Comments (4)