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  1. Norseman

    Norseman Senior Member

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    Whatever happened to Cyclop, was she ever built..?

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    No, not built.
    unfortunately my concepts are raising interest from the experts, but not from buyers, probably a bit afraid of such a big break with conventional design.
    I'm still waiting for a shipyard ready to start a partnership.
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    Bold designs and good lines, I would contract for Cyclops if I won the Lotto.
    Stay tuned :D
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    Here is Adventurer, under final configuration.

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    I really like that last design. I could see that one actually being built.

    Will it have a foldout swim platform?
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    Is it possible to put some JFA sheer in the fron section... As it's an explorer type vessel, she will be going through some big seas. Cheers

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  7. Norseman

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    Aye Mr. SV Design:

    The Adventurer, nice as it is, is nothing more than a run of the mill half-boring, half-safe "Explorer Yacht" to the world.
    Take a short cruise up the New River in Fort Lauderdale and you will see a bunch of the same.

    (I do the New River every day and will shoot pics tomorrow if you so request)

    Best.
  8. SVDesign

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    Do prefer this ?

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    Is it possible to make that entrance bigger...? have a bad tack or wrong wind angle and could make things interesting ;). Cheers

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    Overall a cool conept though. Cheers

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  11. SVDesign

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    Bigger entrance, why not, but it will raise another problem : when Nomadia is sailing in transit, with empty ballast, then keeping ships afloat in the pool will become more difficult with bigger doors. It is already 12m wide.
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    Double M - New Classic ?

    Back with something much more conventional, even if modern features are used on board for outfitting : winches, sheet system, hydraulic here and there for sail trimming. No backstays, self tacking jib and main sail.
    Double M, designed for easy sail, single or two-handed ;)

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    Another view, closer...

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    Tender to Organik, designed to fit into Organik hangar located fwd, close to the bow.

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  15. YachtForums

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    A simple SVD watermark would have been fine, but your renders have become billboards! YF gives you a venue to showcase your work that is unequaled, yet with no respect for our rules regarding image size, promotion or marketing, you continue to exploit. This thread is being closed.
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