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Queen Bey, Yacht project.

Discussion in 'Yacht Renderings & Plans' started by jesper97, Nov 5, 2013.

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  1. jesper97

    jesper97 New Member

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    Hi

    This is my first post on the forum so think i have to present myself.

    I'm a 16 year old guy from Sweden with dreams of becoming a naval architect and yacht designer in the future.

    I have drawn boats and ships since i was a small kid and was able to use pen and paper. And in the recent years i have started to use Ms Paint, and Google sketchup for my work.

    Some examples of my designs.

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    And now i have started to draw on a yacht. I have made some fast sketches on paper, and will later draw in ms paint and google sketchup.

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    Sorry, my English isn't the best ;)
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  3. jesper97

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    Now it's fixed, sorry for the problems.

    Should have read the rules and guideline thread before posting any images....

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    The progress so far in Ms Paint.
    Hope you like it :)

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    Things starting to get on its place, just some detail work left.
    Would be nice to hear what you think about it so far. :)

    The tender boat is a Delta 26 open. (Delta Powerboats.)

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    Finally it's done.

    Haven't got any comments yet, so would be nice to hear what you think about her? ;)

    Now i will continue with 3d drawing in Google sketchup, but it will probably be a challenge making the hull....
    The 3d ships shown below is made by me in sketchup, just a little preview of my sketchup work.

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    I do like your design. To me it looks like a modern take on a trawler. I look forward to seeing it in sketchup.

    I don't think i would be able to put up with paint long enough to produce anything nearly as nice.
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    Thanks nice to hear that you like the design. :)
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    Hull and superstructure is done now.

    What do you think so far? :)

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    All the main parts is done now, just the small details left ;)

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    I'm finally done with her. (Or almost), always something to improve. ;)

    Some facts about her.
    Name: Queen Bey
    Lenght: 52m (170 ft)
    Width: 11,25m (35 ft)
    Depth: 3m (9 ft)
    Knots: cruising speed 12 kts. Max speed 18-20 kts.
    Tenderboat: Delta 26 Open (By Delta Powerboats)

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    Hi,

    Unless you are careful that beam will make it a pretty stiff platform with some considerable changes in acceleration when rolling.

    Where do you plan on carrying a 26ft Tender on a 170 ft motor yacht?
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    Thanks for the tip. I'm just a 16 year old amateur, so i don't know that much about ship dynamics and so on. ;)

    Yes, the tender is maybe a bit to big. I have made a yacht garage at the starboard side of the stern (Like on the CRN Jade).
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    Here are some more pictures. The bridge isn't finished yet. Have just put in some displays temporarily.

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    Some more pics.

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