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Mike Kajan Yacht Designs II

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  1. Kajan

    Kajan Senior Member

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    Thanks guys!

    This is the same 77ft. hull less the upper level.

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    The 270ft. concept in a “pocket sized” 100ft. version.

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    Hi Mike,
    Nice renderings. Sorry I haven't been back to this subject for awhile, but I have a number of other things going on.

    I have a quick question of both you, Mike, and any other readers of this subject thread.

    On this particular rendering does the all white hull version appear to be the longer, sleeker of the two??

    Normally I would have thought the addition of a secondary 'color stripe' in the hull's freeboard would have imparted a lower, longer look. But here I seem to find the opposite? Is it just me?

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    Oops, I just discovered one of my errors. In one case I'm looking at a profile view that includes a 'below waterline portion' of the hull, and in the other view, just the portion above the waterline. Obviously this would make the all-white version look longer, sleeker.

    How about a revision of that one view without the below WL portion? (BTW, the underwater portion of the hulls in the stern areas will likely not be that 'robust')

    I believe you indicated this was a 77 footer. Does that include the aft platform extension?
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    No problem Brian, I’ve had a busy week as well.

    I made some small changes to “camouflage” the height and I also removed the aft platform to better match the brief. The overall length is now 77ft.


    Cheers!
    Mike

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    Same same, but slightly different. I took the liberty of stepping outside the “brief” momentarily and went for some more slanting lines.

    Mike

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    263ft.

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    Carl, I’m fresh out of white hulls, perhaps I could talk you into a green hull or maybe introduce you to her smaller 187ft. sister ;)

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    sleek! I like :)
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    Thanks, Ron!
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    Is that the olive green from Mocchi? Jeezzzz, looks great on a big yacht. Nice design by the way, I like the smaller sister.
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    Yes, the little sister needs to join her siblings. Send it over please. :)
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    Really cool designs,
    With which programm do you work?
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    Hi Justus. I’m using a 2D vector graphics program called Freehand, by Macromedia.

    Maybe not that hot in this day and age with many fantastic 3D programs around but with the advantage of being really fast to work with. It usually takes about 5 hours to put one of my designs together.

    Mike
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    I'll take whichever one Carl doesn't want. My preference is usually for classic boats but both of these are beautiful Mike!
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    Thank you FutureYachter, I’m glad you like the design.
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    85ft. with a quadruple set of IPS900’s.

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    With the previous design I wanted a contemporary design to start out with and gradually move the boundaries.
    On this second design I kept the overall dimensions, Fly bridge and front window but changed the hull and side windows some. Same engine setup, a quadruple set of IPS900’s.

    If there is such a thing as a “Scandinavian design”, I would like to think there is some of that in this concept, or maybe it’s just the flag :)

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    On this third concept, I’ve played with the lines some more.
    Many new concepts tend to come in many colors but white, so I’m planning to stick with white for as long as we can take it.

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