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Retro Tender; Sportfish Walk-Around...

Discussion in 'Yacht Renderings & Plans' started by hermanform, Aug 27, 2008.

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  1. hermanform

    hermanform New Member

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    Hello
    Here is a practical yet stylish tender or sportfish. On the one with raked bow i have drawn the nice and sea worty lines of a sport-fish style hull, but added a small cabin and doors in sides and transom. The whole boat has a practical walk thru configuration. Could have IPS or even better, STEYR hybrid sollution for a quiet ride when trolling or in harbors, and full diesel power as sea.

    Designed by the Vizualtech team, kings of retro..
    Cheers
    Bo Zolland CEO

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  2. hermanform

    hermanform New Member

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    patrol version as well..

    Looks cool in grey, dont u think..
    Bo Z

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  3. SVDesign

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    Interesting :)
    Rétro-modern design is coming back more and more !!!
  4. KCook

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    With the bow compartment so deep the rail seems quite high? In more prosperous times these should be an easy sale to Chris-Craft ...

    Kelly Cook
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    Hi,

    How come earlier today there were posts No 3 by PropBet at 03.02 mytime and No 4 by NYCAP at 06.35 and No 5 by Strat57 at 06.35 and now the numbers 3 and 4 are by different posters SV Design and K Cook and are timed 16.13 and 16.51?

    OWhat are the actual overall dimensions/ weights and could one be made to look like it was made of wood?

    I am looking for a "different" design of Tender and like this style.
  6. AMG

    AMG YF Moderator

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    K1W1, the reason for missing posts is that Bo was posting this in two different locations, which creates more confusion than attention.

    Kelly, the deep rails will not be there in reality if the boat is not built in light foam. To get CE approval there needs to be less open volume where water can evacuate pretty fast if flooded by a sea. The open surface can be the same, but not that deep.

    To Bo, you can have 3D-files on engines from Volvo Penta to include in your designs so you are sure they will get the space needed.
  7. hermanform

    hermanform New Member

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    woody version

    Cook is right, Will adjust height and other details, many hours left before all is 100%. Also working on a full cabin version.
    Someone asked for a wood version. Here u go.
    Enjoy Bo Z

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    Wow..... I would not feel confident with the kedge anchor as it is laid... :eek:

    Make sure it will be out of wake, or if not.......

    I really like the wooden style
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  10. ratrace2

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    Nice Lines

    Hermanform,
    As always, great renderings.
    Any chance you can flip her over so I can see the bottom???
  11. Brian

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    Hi Hermanform.
    Great looking boat and renderings!
    A question...if the fwd freeing ports/scuppers are to drain the deck of water, why are they so high?
  12. NYCAP123

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    Good point Brian. The deck is sloped to run water aft and those scuppers will only let water in. Wet feet for the lunch crowd.
  13. strat57

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    I must be losing my mind..... I could have sworn I made a comment awhile back regarding the "Patrol 36" and how I liked that design. ;)

    I'm thinking those are fixed portholes as opposed to deck scuppers.... Let's hope that's the case. I'm also digging that last rendering with the cabin too. But is it just my imagination, or are those last few renderings missing running lights too.

    These are some sharp designs though.....
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    fixed portholes?? there?
    For who...toddlers?