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Latest designs from André Veenstra

Discussion in 'Yacht Renderings & Plans' started by AndreVeenstra, May 2, 2011.

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  1. AndreVeenstra

    AndreVeenstra New Member

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    I would like to share some of my most recent designs,
    probably there will follow some more in the coming weeks.

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  2. 84far

    84far Senior Member

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    I would like to see a little more over hang above the wheel house...?

    Maybe a little more spoon in the bow... gives it some volume...

    On the transom... is that a tender garage between the steps....? Cheers

    Far
  3. 84far

    84far Senior Member

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    The 36' - might leave the porthole (portlights) out of the design, or can I recommend to incorporate more angles from the cabin....? It complement the design more.

    Is it possible to bring the width of the cabin in more, so one can attend to the front deck....?

    Just some thoughts. Cheers

    Far
  4. Rene GER

    Rene GER Senior Member

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    Thanks for sharing your designs. But, another thread title would be better "Latest designs" (from who?) ;)

    Or is "Latest designs" the name of your studio?
  5. brian eiland

    brian eiland Senior Member

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    Your first rendering there reminded me of a one-off vessel that use to dock near a place I once owned in tha Annapolis Md area. This particular photo is not one I took, but I can't find mine right now. A friend and I referred to this vessel as a 'pocket superyacht' (sort of like the pocket battleship nomenclature). I aways thought it was a particularly nice looking power yacht. Hard to tell from this angle, but she had a 'fantale stern'.

    And finally would you believe it, she was built of ferro-cement. :eek:

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  6. Kevin

    Kevin YF Moderator

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    I like the first design... but I would say the stern looks somewhat unfinished and doesn't really match. The shape seems a little at odds with the rest of the vessel... too abrupt, perhaps?
  7. K1W1

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    Hi,

    The OP uses his own name in the title so I guess that is a pretty good way of saying who he is.

    His design studio is in his own name too.

    http://www.andre-veenstra.nl/
  8. Kevin

    Kevin YF Moderator

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    K1W1, it was me that added his name to the title to clarify things.
  9. Justus

    Justus Guest

    I really like your first yacht , how long is your yacht?
  10. AndreVeenstra

    AndreVeenstra New Member

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    Thanks to all for commenting my designs, as promised some more will follow.

    @ Far, thanks for your vision / opinions, there is a possibility to incorporate a tender garage in the lazarette, therefore the engineers cabin in the aftship has be skipped. If no tender garage there is a normal entrance to the lazarette by a transom door.

    For the 36, I'm thinking about a skylight on the foredeck an maybe a partly split roof to enter the foredeck so a sunbathing area is possible there.

    @ Kevin, thanks for adding my name to the thread title, For future posts I will think about it myself.

    @ Justus, the current design is about 25 - 26 metres, I will design 2 larger versions based on this design in the near future, thinking about a 34 meter and a 45-47 meter.

    Kind regards,

    André