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| Feadship | 68.58M | "Attessa III" ex. "Lady Aviva" ex. "Aviva" | 1998 (refit 2005) |

Discussion in 'Feadship Yacht' started by gomaarten, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. JakeP

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    The ship had no number just the name however I noticed the helicopter at the rear, and took picture of it as it was special to see from our tender.
  2. Wally

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    Attessa IV anchored near an oil tanker in Port Angeles, Washington

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  3. German Yachting

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    Nice photo but it looked better before it had to be resized...
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    Personally I'd have to disagree with the folk :) I like her how she is now...post refit.
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    Apperently both Attessa's were in Victoria BC at the same time!
    What an amazing transformation of the old Evergreen.
    Can't be too much of the original structure left!

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    Brian, thanks for the lovely pic but remember forum rules are 640 X 480, we don't allow the monstrosity in size you posted.
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    How prophetic! I suppose you can't have one without the other! Groan.....:cool:
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    Well I was trying to make a little comment as to the size restrictions but she does look awful from the stern.
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    Night shots

    I see her out now in the Vancouver Islands, 21 crew. the # 1V that is
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  17. dennismc

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    Ahhhh, Stuart Island, used to go there every year on our Yacht, place called Big Bay Marina, Washington bought that a few yrs ago and turned it private, he is neighbors to the Richie Bros, ( auctioneers), I remember when Richie built the "barge" which used to be towed up there every year, did the plumbing in it, if I remember right it had 7 staterooms, real fancy fixtures, hot tub on board and all the toys. There is many a good story about the parties on that one.
    Washington also has a modified British Tug, the ST Eval I believe it.s called, was on it a few times during the refurbish job. He now also owns what was "Seaspan" in Vancouver, the largest tug and barge company in the area and who knows what else, does seem to be a welcome figure on the scene.
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    STABILITY :eek: is the first thing thats jumps to mind! I did read somewhere that a lot of lightweight composite materials were used in the modifications to the superstructure, but still! The designer should be shot :mad:
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    i was in vancouver mid sept and seen st ival and both atessa's all line up at the dock it was quite a site

    cheers travler
  20. Canuck

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    Attessa IV Coal Harbour, Vancouver, BC

    I'm a little late on this post but here are three pics of Attessa IV that I took before she sailed off to far away places. The first picture reallys shows her overall size. The two other boats in the picture are a 150 foot Trinity and a 65 foot Fleming.

    As an aside - my favourite of the three is the Fleming. Like I can afford to be choosey! ;)

    PS: This is my first crack at this so I hope I got the pics attached properly.




    Attessa IV Coal Harbour.jpg Attessa IV-1.jpg

    Attessa IV-2.jpg