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Lars Modin Design IV

Discussion in 'Yacht Renderings & Plans' started by AMG, Jan 4, 2008.

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  1. Abfils

    Abfils New Member

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    Hello Lars

    I love your last 52 feets. And I want to built it in modelship. Can you tell me his main dimensions: length, beam, draft and his displacement.

    I hope make it at 1/18 scale with 2 motors

    Bye

    Philippe
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  3. Abfils

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    Hello

    Tanks lars, I love really your work.

    I drawing on autocad and after on delftship

    This is the last boat that I drawing and the beninng of his built

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    I bening my plans with this dimensions. I will post here my work week after week

    Bye
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    Hello

    I finish the 3D on the software Delftship. Now I can drawing on autocad the sections for built it!

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    Bye

    Philippe
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    Here I am again!

    Hi Lars,

    Scrolling through your present thread I miss the big-dream designer.
    Suppose you're very busy with the production, and therefore revenue-generating, yachts.
    You're right, but dreams influence reality.

    BTW, what about this front-page cat?
    The philosophy is in tune with my convictions, but what about the styling?
    Were my opinion asked it would be: OMG, whatever way you may interpret this.
    CU
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    Hello TRY,

    You are right, reality is taking all my time. But I have a number of designs going on that I for once will not reveal. At our factory we have now installed a dream machine where we can make plugs and molds for boats up to 100 feet!

    About the cat, it seems as they are all too short. I can not figure out why they can not be stretched when you are paying for a larger berth anyway...:)

    /Lars

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    We have a new boat to be launched at the Stockholm Boat Show 5-13 March. It is built on our 40´hull with a sidewalk and three cabins. Powered with twin Volvo Penta D4/300 or D6/370 it will reach between 40 and 46 knots top speed.

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    Rather appropriate name for the dream machine, Poseidon.

    I do really like these Deltas. I just wish they were coming here. I would love to see one in person.

    Keep up the great work Lars. Always impressed.
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    Yes, I fell for the idea of getting a matching color.. :)
  12. Hi Lars,

    Any designs available in 75' in your style designed Doggersbank idea or an other Vripack idea like a Explorer vessel?

    I think with your modern and timeless twist these types can become classics without being old fashioned like the 2 I mention.

    BTW, that I do not mean on a bad way as the Vripack classical models are stunning.

    Only I think it would be nice to see some new ideas.

    Cheerio
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    Sort of yes however this one is not .....yeah...what it is not....

    You know what I mean? Cannot find the right words for it.

    Your designs I saw have mainly all that effect that let you keep watching.

    This one miss that in my idea a little.
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    Here are some earlier examples of this concept, I think it is not that bad?

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    This weekend the Stockholm Boat Show opens and we are showing our new D 40 Sidewalk for the first time. A triple cabin, 40-knots cruising, family boat...:)

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    Not that bad?
    You be too careful sir.

    I do really love this style. Maybe needs some updates but little. Are into that?

    There is a thread about the perfect yacht, for me this one gets close.

    Any more details on this one? GA, interior?

    Thanks Lars
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    Very nice !!!
    :)
  19. AMG

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    I don´t think I have a GA, just an "X-ray" on the sideview that you can see in the link above.
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    I would love to see some further details on this one outside and curious to inside layout.

    In my idea it is a great yacht to build.

    Steel or GRP, that's the question
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