FPB 78-1 Cochise Interior: First Look

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The time has come to invite you aboard Cochise.

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The photos are self explanatory.

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FPB 78 1 Owners office hallway 2 2

FPB 78 1 Owners Suite 3

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FPB 78 1 Port guest suite 2 2

More details to follow.

Posted by Steve Dashew  (July 25, 2016)

17 Responses to “FPB 78-1 Cochise Interior: First Look”

  1. Kent Says:


  2. Gorgeous!!! Says:

    One question: how do you keep the zero gravity chairs stable in a blow?

  3. Steve Dashew Says:

    Hi Phil:
    All loose furniture is secured at sea.

  4. Raj A Says:

    I love the clean modern look. The execution is flawless. Look forward to your voyaging blogs to follow.

  5. PJ Says:

    Nicely laid out.
    Are the ceiling panels (& window post covers) available in different colours?
    Is that vinyl planking on the floors?

  6. Steve Dashew Says:

    Hi PJ:
    Fabrics are owners choice. Soles are synthetic, good looking, and very abuse tolerant.

  7. Shannon (Shaz) Says:

    Is that an RC Gorman at the foot of the master bed?
    Love the interior. It’s so bright. As much as I like wood it feels like crawling down into a cave sometimes & to much wood wouldn’t match your style. I love the wood cabinets on your other boats but it wouldn’t go well with this interior. I love it! You all made great choices on this interior. It’s elegant but not to busy. It looks very inviting & comfy.

  8. Hermann Says:

    Just amazing. The indirect LED lighting under the countertop edges in the great room, and over the lockers in the aisle next to the owners’ cabin adds a very nice touch and makes the spaces look more open and airy. Congratulations!

  9. Paul Says:

    May I congratulate you on a beautiful interior, and how well they resemble your original cad designs. You appear to have no natural light in the master cabin or guest, where portholes not able to be installed or out of preference not used, personally I would feel enclosed without some form of natural light or ventilation. But still you and your team should feel very proud to have produced this ocean eating boat.

  10. Steve Dashew Says:

    Hi Paul:
    Three hatches let light into the owner’s suite.

  11. Howard Says:

    Are there any hatches or portholes in the guest cabins and crew berthing? (I can’t tell from the renderings on the 78 page)

  12. Steve Dashew Says:

    No portholes but lots of light and artwork.

  13. Peter Says:

    Nice but I do not like the glass table.

  14. PJ Says:

    Given the superb interior design I’m wondering about the quality of the acoustic signature. It looks to be very bright and clean, probably enhancing your audio system no end. Very nice.

  15. Steve Dashew Says:

    Hi PJ:
    Very quiet. Sound system not yet finished.

  16. Jono frankfort Says:

    Are my eyes playing tricks on me. I seem to be seeing fabric covered walls in both the master and guest state rooms? Maybe a bit of padding added to the headboard surfaces? Right or wrong, the look is totally awesome. Beautiful job!
    Enjoy her to the max.

  17. Steve Dashew Says:

    Hi Jono:
    Bulkheads are covered in a striated commercial grade material. Hull sides are done in ultra leather as are the headliners.