Airworthy Designs Saba + St. Barths, Released

FRANCE / NETHERLANDS – Airworthy Designs has released ‘Princess of the Caribbean – Part 2 – Saba & St. Barths’ for X-Plane 11. The scenery includes both the islands of Saba and St. Barths as well as detailed renditions of their respective airports, that being TNCS and TFFJ. According to the developer, “Fly the hardest commercial approaches in the world at the highest detail possible thanks to the new PBR technology introduced in [X-Plane 11].”

St. Barths is of course famous for the airports steep approach angle over the hilltop traffic circle. Moreover, Saba is known for the unique clifftop STOL runway.

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Please see below for a brief product features list.

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  • Extremely optimized for FPS and performance (multiple LOD and correct texel density across the project)
  • 100% PBR assets
  • Extensive use of photogrammetry in the creation of 3d assets
  • Developed with on-site photography
  • 50cm ortho plus hand crafted ground textures to increase the detail on the airport nearby areas
  • Modified mesh using topographical charts and photographic references
  • Alpha blended  tropical water textures
  • Detailed night lighting
  • Hundreds of hand placed objects

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For more information, additional screenshots, or to purchase, visit the product sales page via the x-plane.org store. As of the time of this writing, the scenery is priced at $26.95 USD.

Keep in mind, Part 1 is also available which includes Princess Juliana and Grand Case Airport.

*Images courtesy of Airworthy Designs.

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