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nero


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Registered: August 2003
Location: Marseille, France / Illinois, US
Posts: 624
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14.3 meters long
9 meters wide
14:1 LWL:BWL
6228KG displacement
.654 Prismatic Coefficient
190 cm head room in hulls
Designed in TouchCad 3.5
Rendered in Artlantis
Easy-Rig by Rob Denney (www.harryproa.com)
Construction will start 4/2005
This boat is designed to be a live aboard. Two big cabins in the backs of each hull. Galley in one hull and living, workshop, navigation, and head with seperate shower stall in other hull. Strip plank in WRC with 2 layers of 10 oz fiberglass.
· Date: October-6-2004 · Views: 22663
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nero
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Registered: August 2003
Location: Marseille, France / Illinois, US
Posts: 624
October-8-2004 9:40am

What is wrong or right with this boat?

Construction in WRC and expoxy. Eazy-rig by Rob Denney. Would like to power it with electric drives. The design work was done in TouchCAD3.5. Rendered in Artlantis. The bridge deck cabinette. Is perhaps too small to be used for anything? Does anybody use Visual FEA? Feedback please.
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Wellydeckhand
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Registered: January 2006
Location: Indonesia
May-5-2006 3:55am Rating: 10 

Do design a larger version for longpassage? with livable type with the same line..... nice indeed.
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nero
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Registered: August 2003
Location: Marseille, France / Illinois, US
Posts: 624
July-23-2006 10:26pm

The version I am building is modified from this rendering. The bows are no longer plumb, the fore deck is curved down a bit (helped lose a lot of weight) , the bridge deck is shortened and there is a second tramp in back. Also going to dual helms to see better.



This one is intended for world, long distance cruising. It is the shortest boat I could design having what I wanted in it. Two more meters would make for nicer aft cabins and a bigger galley and below deck living area.



Will try to get around to posting some renderings of the current version.
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