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archnav


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Registered: August 2003
Location: Kiel
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This 80m Megayacht was designed by www.archnav.de
· Date: August-5-2003 · Views: 48612
· Filesize: 27.0kb, 68.3kb ·
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Rating: ******** 8.25
Keywords: megayacht yacht motoryacht

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Jeff

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Registered: June 2001
Location: Great Lakes
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August-5-2003 5:21am Rating: 10 

A stunning rendering to say the least! A beautiful design and a wonderful model.
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archnav
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Registered: August 2003
Location: Kiel
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August-5-2003 7:50am

Thanks!
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yipster

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Registered: October 2002
Location: netherlands
Posts: 3,486
August-8-2003 3:14pm

asume the oil sheik is shopping with the heli or its parked below deck, these mega yachts actually do exist!

i'll rate it a 9+ couse i'll prefer a little itty biddy tiny weeny smaller

well done!

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benladen
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Registered: November 2003
Location: Pillipines
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November-26-2003 5:01am Rating: 2 

bischen abgekupfert,von der

made by Blohm&Voss AG. Archtkt.Sir Francis UK

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archnav.de

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Registered: June 2003
Location: Germany
Posts: 208
November-26-2003 9:45am

You are complete wrong !!!!



Blohm+Voss Eco 73m 39kn



The Eco is running 39kn !!! ( complete other hull form and design)



This yacht runs about 18kn and a helicopter could be stored under deck in the forecastle. There is absolute nothing similar with ECO



Look at

http://www.francisdesign.com/yachts/motor/eco.htm



Fine that you think, that we are able to design a ship in the same quality like Francis.
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archnav.de

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Registered: June 2003
Location: Germany
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July-13-2004 6:12am

From:





http://www.archnav.de/Projects/Pictures/Megayachtq.m1v





you can download a small 3D-movie. 3MB (be patienced)
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jrunarko
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Registered: May 2005
Location: Germany
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May-26-2005 3:57am

bischen abgekupfert,von der

made by Blohm&Voss AG. Archtkt.Sir Francis UK

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Hulls actually does not differ a lot from the other. Sure, a container hull differs from a fast yacht hull. No ship is the same....The styling of the superstructure might be similar..
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archnav.de

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Registered: June 2003
Location: Germany
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June-1-2005 10:57am

There is a big difference between a displacement and a surface effective hull. Our 85m yacht is a pure displacement hull with a large CB. It will run between 16 up to 18kns. To go faster is not worthwhile. In case of displacement hulls the useful speed is corresponding to the length of the ship. Very large containerships can go easily 25kns with very little power per displacement ton.



The Eco is in its high speed range a surface effective ship, otherwise the 39kn would not be possible.
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mikehotel02

Registered: April 2007
Location: los angeles
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May-5-2007 12:57am Rating: 9 

nice, i like the clean lines!!
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i-chengchen
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Registered: August 2007
Location: canada
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September-3-2007 3:32am

Ya, there isn't any displacement running at eco 39kt, unless it's science fiction.



Even a Swath running only at 30-kt...!!!



(a 73m semidisplacement running at 39kt, needs 2 x LM 1600!!)
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RANCHI OTTO

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Registered: April 2005
Location: TRIESTE (ITALY)
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October-27-2007 5:24pm Rating: 10 

Don't ask me why but you your yacht is.......magnificent!!!!
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archnav.de

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Registered: June 2003
Location: Germany
Posts: 208
March-4-2008 9:16am

Dear i-chengchen

Some more information about ECO built at Blohm+Voss in 1991, from the Blohm+Voss website:

"An economic cruising speed is ensured by the two diesel engines, while a maximum speed of more than 37 knots can be reached with the gas turbine. Such an extreme speed is only possible when consequently following light-weight construction. High-strength, 4 mm thick steel was used for the hull, whereas the superstructure was made of GRP."

I don't remenber where I picked up the max. 39kn.

The gas turbine with the water jet is a LM 1600



Cheers

Bernd
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