October 18, 2010

New Model: F&S Boatworks 54 Hull 15

F & S Boatworks from Delaware presents this new 54 feet Hull number 15. Designed by Applied Concepts this cold molded custom built Sportfish Yacht is for a repeated customer who with this launch is now on his third F&S following 62 Hull 8 from 2006, and the 2007 built 45 Hull 10. Applied Concepts and Jim Flloyd's F&S Boatworks presented a Sportfish Yacht which certainly is coming from the future with innovative super structures being testimony to the revolution this 54 feet classic Carolina lined hull wants to show. F&S hull number fifteen breaks the mold indeed with its all-weather bridge and unique composite tower. The main deck area is also a living closed-open cross over, having comforts associated with a flybridge but being a light filled area. The revolutionary tower built of composite sits on the hard top which covers the main deck, and indeed it does offer the comfort of a flybridge, although space is limited to two persons. The main deck welcomes you on its two step raised area with the mezzanine and full entertainment relax zone under the hard top which has an L-shaped settee, a central pompano style helm station with bolster style seat, and two co-pilot seats. Down below the interior has been made simple with a spacious C-shaped sofa, two open bunk berths, galley, shower head, and an owners stateroom to fore. Power to this 54 Hull 15 is for not so big twin Cats 1015hp.
Technical Data:
LOA - 16.54 m (54ft)
Fuel Capacity - 3785 l
Accommodation - 4 berths in 2 cabins
Engines - 2 x Cats C18 1015hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Construction - cold molded wood with epoxy resin, glassed and AWL Grip painted
Project -Applied Concepts
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