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          Intro to FPB Program

          Welcome to the FPB pages! Following is a list of articles illustrating our inspiration, specific design parameters, and history leading up to the FPB era. We suggest you go down the list and read the articles in order for the fullest orientation.

          “…One of the coolest boats I have had the pleasure to spend time on. It is a radical design to some, but its features really expand and address alternatives to traditional boat design. It has inherent stability, but also has fin stabilizers and flopper-stoppers. It is a terrific sea boat, but is also a nice home for living aboard. In many ways it is a return to boat designs of the early part of the last century, with a long and lean hull. But it is also a pinnacle of technology within the caveat of maintaining self-sufficiency…”
          –Bill Parlatore, Passagemaker Magazine

          Why FPB? The?Concept Explained

          Why FPB? Owners Answer the question

          Paradigm Shift

          360-Degree Views

          A Different Perspective

          Our Own Time Machine

          Weathering the Storm

          The Black Swan Theory of Cruising

          Why Are We Doing This??

          FPB Design Objectives

          “Against the Wind…With his new powerboat design, world cruiser Steve Dashew continues a lifelong pattern of challenging the status quo.”
          –Soundings Magazine

          Heavy Wx Issues

          Evaluating Capsize and Stability Risks for Yachts

          Directional Control

          Hull Shape & Pitching

          Hull & Deck Structure

          FPB 64 Vs. Reef – Are the Factors of Safety Sufficient?

          Painted or Bare Aluminum?

          Aesthetics–Form Does Follow Function

          Hull Shape–Displacement and Boat Speed

          Seagoing Ergonomics–the Design Baseline

          Bow Design Trade-offs

          Speed, Motion and Matrimonial Harmony

          Fuel Burn, Range and Margin for Error

          Hull Maintenance

          Glazing

          Comfort?

          Speed

          For more information on the FPB Series, e-mail?Sue Grant: Sue.Grant@Berthon.Co.UK.




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