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Discussion in 'Yacht Renderings & Plans' started by raptorvs, Sep 18, 2009.

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  1. raptorvs

    raptorvs New Member

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    i don't like sea , because it makes me vomit :D ..but, i like yacht design. i'm not an naval engineer and i dont know if the hull (scafo) is hydrostaticlly right. my purpose was to design a boat or yacht approximately 25m..the boat is under modeling..its name is SILUR, two volvo penta 500hp...very first time in yacht design...3ds max -vray..

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  2. NYCAP123

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    Not a bad 1st attempt although I'm not a designer. I would suggest that you try some sea-sick pills though. The only way to really understand what works and what doesn't is hands-on. For instance, it appears that the swim platform is designed to lift water from the sides and deposit it at the base of the steps where as I think your intention may have been to keep water from coming onto the platform when the boat slows.
  3. raptorvs

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    playing with materials..adding details...

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    Getting much more interesting. Now try a mast between those sat domes with a radar array. Good luck.
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    High heels, leather thigh boots and mini skirts. Excellent choice of crew uniform.
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    You are right, CODOG. Better watch those spike heeled boots on the teak decks! :D
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    [QUOTE='roundthehorn]You are right, CODOG. Better watch those spike heeled boots on the teak decks! :D[/QUOTE]
    :) A small price to pay surely.
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    two shots to see how it woud look on the sea

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  9. PropBet

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    Regarding the 'ladies' in mid drift shirts, thigh high stockings and short short skirts: If you could be so kind as to advise on where one could obtain a few of those for his boat, I'd be most appreciative. 2 would be adequate, 3 ideal, 4 would be stellar! :eek: :cool:

    Much thanks!
    ~PB
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    Typical...all of them with their cell phones stuck to their ears...
    BTW, are you sure this is a 25m ?
  11. Natalie

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    Could be me if it were a fishing boat.
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    I have to get back into fishing.:cool:
    BTW, has anybody considered the sightlines from the helm, especially with bow rise. (and no, I don't think 'watch the girls and the world be d****ed' will work).:D (Had to edit the edit. The edit made it look like cursing.)
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    Sightlines, schmightlines. This thing is meant to look good, not provide for good looks.
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    And that's the world we have today.:confused: Explains a lot.
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    Because of the celphone glued to the ear? Or the outfit...
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    Nobody likes to brag so let me field that one for you Natalie. Although only she can say what she'd wear she'd fit the outfit just fine.;)
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    And that in a nutshell demonstrates the issues in our industry. It'll make a pretty model for floating in an aquarium. The entry is altogether inefficient and there will be no forward vis from the helm when on plane, but it won't really matter, because with 2x500hp engines on a 25m (82ft) boat, you'll only go about 10-12kts. That's a 1/3rd or less the HP a similar boat would carry.
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    Henning, NYCAP123

    ill try and fix the industry ;) .... bar the ladies with inappropriate foot wear, and skirts that could be considered a belt :D

    far