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Discussion in 'Yacht Renderings & Plans' started by orion, Aug 9, 2007.

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  1. orion

    orion Senior Member

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    New 35ft Convertible
    Automatic remote control retractable roof.
    What do you think about this?

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  2. KCook

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    Very retro styling theme! Is the retractable roof the only entry into the cockpit? If it's raining at time you go on board, will the cockpit be exposed to a lot of rain as you enter?

    too practical Kelly
  3. mr_sunseeker

    mr_sunseeker New Member

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    Hi I would naturally compare this to an aquariva.

    The use of space is not as efficient, for example nowhere outside to sit, nowhere for sunbathing, the rear steps take a lot of space. A little more versatility in the aft design would attract me. Sorry to be critical but I hope it's of use to you. The design looks cool I like the roof.
  4. orion

    orion Senior Member

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    Aft section of roof also include a manually operated entry door.
    This edition is designed for Scandinavian climate with more or less very unstable weather conditions from sun to rain. Heating and defog systems but also AC for hot days. Sunbathing on snap on paddings at fore deck. Full headroom in cabin & cockpit.

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  5. orion

    orion Senior Member

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    Yacht Limo

    Limo edition, with same retractable roof system.
    2x Volvo D4 300Hp, Rolls Royce water jets, aft/bow thrusters,
    hi-tech composites.

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  6. orion

    orion Senior Member

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    Design extended to 37ft, IPS drives, building of first boat in progress!

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  7. Renderholic

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    I really like the limo, have you done a full 3d of this?

    Also think Kelly's point about getting in and out of the main cabin without wetting the interior is an important one. If you can solve that then this would be a fantastic super yacht tender.

    Maybe an idea to provide some rain cover for the helm too.

    Nice design though!
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    Yes it is in full 3D and the first boat be at moment built in Sweden.
    3 parts electro/hydraulic retractable hardtop in carbonfibre/lexan.
    Aft part of roof panels also include a manually operated hatch for easy entry
    in rainy or snowy days as we often have here up north ;) .

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    orion Senior Member

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    The one off built hull ready for epoxy filling/ wood covering.
    Redesigned roof,more wood, full length(10ft) power assisted side windows,
    Volvo IPS 400/joystick waiting to to be installed. Can be be pretty cool as a megayacht tender? What do you think?

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  10. orion

    orion Senior Member

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    This roof be with 3 panels, opening= 6ft x 13ft, all panels lays flush when closed and be parked under aft deck in down position. Track/drain system in polished stainless steel.

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  11. grahampace

    grahampace New Member

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    well done. nice work :) good concept with a vast market
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    orion Senior Member

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    Thanks , yes there are obviously a pretty nice market for megayacht coupé tenders.;)

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    orion Senior Member

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    Ready for sea trials:)

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    tz3d New Member

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    Your works is very nice,can you tell me which 3d softwares do you use ?
    do you also use HDIR pic for the rendering background?
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    orion Senior Member

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    aft view.
    We will also use same roof technic on the MS55:cool:

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    Retractable top in place:)

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  17. Fishtigua

    Fishtigua Senior Member

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    I asked the question months ago on this forum, why nobody makes a hardtop fold-away like a Mercedes SLK et al.

    These renderings look very fine but why so much wasted space at the aft with huge steps, when most of the time entry will be from the side? Other than that it could make a pretty Superyacht tender.

    Cheers
    Dave
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    Boat is pretty low profiled, roof panels in down position take som place and when boat is also powered with Volvo IPS system there be a long stern, but that be nice for sunbathing with snap-on sunpaddings. Steps is there to get a chance to get up from swimplatform to deck.

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    40´ Open

    Here is a 40ft open version.
    Lot of space for passengers.

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    orion Senior Member

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    The Skyliner coupé tender concept soon ready for sea trials.

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