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Discussion in 'Yacht Renderings & Plans' started by tz3d, Feb 22, 2008.

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  1. tz3d

    tz3d New Member

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    last year my works..look forward any comment. thanks

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    Pilaster

    Nice render and I like it as a west coast type of design, IMHO I would only work a little more on the Pilasters. If the half rounds they sit on were eliminated and that corner returned to the lower cabin, it would make the pilasters seem shorter and I think a sleeker profile. I also would not leave those corner radius bends in the aft glass, too much for an otherwise classic feeling boat.
    Overall a stunning rendering
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    I can only comment from a practicality perspective and I think the aft cockpit is too small.
  4. tz3d

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    Hi dccd
    thank your comment.
    Do you mean that if the places of the galss wall curve too much would make the wall too short?
    I just find out that if the curve is too much , we will lose some usefull space..
  5. tz3d

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    hi nilo
    yes,,i also think the aft cockpit is too small as your standpoint .Maybe make the cockpit space bigger will be better..But i have taken a longtime to change the plan drawings...However i also think the fore head of lower deck may be too small.

    I am attaching the plan rendering for discussion ... What do you think about the plan..Maybe just a little change the aft cockpit to biger will be better ?
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    TZ, since we don't speak the same language we can better communicate visually. I took the liberty of drawing my comments.

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    OH yeah, I understand now, thank you for you maked the mark for comment...

    i am a chinese designer ,,and my english is poor..so very difficulty to learn comments for me..but i can see the idea from the drawings..so design language only one type for all people..
    as for your idea is very correct..before
    i also dont liked the profile of Pilasters and feel here have problem..but the boss cant give me more comment for this.so just pass..
    if need change i think i can from your idea to make it no problem..

    You are good discerning ..thanks
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    I cannot judge dimensions without having measurements, but the plan seems to be a solid layout. You should extend the aft deck to enable accomodating an open dining area.
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    Hunt

    This design type has that most elusive of design qualities, timelessness. It is the type of boat I would own if I could. TZ are they planning on building this in China?
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    tz3d New Member

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    bccd,

    This yacht that I had designed for the USA yacht dealer.He gave me idea and some reference.And I help him to drawed a lot of 2D,3D drawings and animation last year.Then it will be builting in China.

    The builder is a Taiwanese who has built yacht for 30 years.He owns his factory both in Chian and Taiwan.

    I also have 53'yacht plan for this type yacht,i can not continue to complete this project..because the USA yacht dealer didnt contact me for a long time. Anyway,I would like to finish design by myself if I have time.

    i am attaching the 53'plan now.and I would like to get any comments from here..
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  17. Camargue44

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    a feature

    I believe that u could do something else too on the yacht. at the back of the hard top u could add a mechanism that extend the hard top when people are siting at the aft of the yacht and the sun is hitting them... which is quite annoyng.the mechanism should be inside the back of the hard top since as i can see u have plenty of space... and when they want an extra hard top above their heads when they are at the aft they could increase the aft side of the hard top.