90...Very nice Philippe
100...Three gas turbines ? Very, very nice Philippe
Are comments welcome ? Assuming they are.....
Hull...looks like a constant aft deadrise hard chine hull ? If so, the plan view would be better (more lift and planing support at high speed) with the chines in the aft section parallel to the centreline - it looks like the hull narrows at the aft end.
The hull step is too far forward, and unless the hull bottom aft of the step is a little higher than the hull forward of it, it wont have much effect....steps on a waterjet driven hull are not that good an idea in my opinion anyway due to the disturbance / aereation of water flow around the inlets.
The waterline looks a little low, there is not much of the hull above the chine in the water...it would have better balance / stability if the chine aft was deeper in the water.
This in turn would make the stern platform possibly too low to fit the outboard waterjets.
Waterjets...look a little too close together, and the centre one does not need the reversing bucket / steering nozzle if space is very tight.
Gas turbines...(if thats what they are) I cant see any gearboxes. Thats cheating
Lower deck Layout...a lot of the berths / cabinetry looks too far outboard for the assumed deep-v hull shape (outside of the hull).
Main deck....that windscreen is enormous. Different, but possibly too impractical to engineer strong enough to withstand a green one.
Hope you realise I'm trying to be helpful, not criticising