54' Commuter 'Acadia'
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pashbe1: 54' Commuter 'Acadia'

This profile shows 'Acadia's commuter profile and the massive bronze plate armoring her bow against impact from the anchor.

Posted by: pashbe1 - website: http://www.linkedin.com/in/paulsherwooddesign

pashbe1, Jun 6, 2006
    • CaptScot
      Everything about Arcadia was beautiful until that final side view shot. Who placed those portholes? Kind of cuckeyed don't you think?
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      ratrace2
      Looks to me. OK, maybe one is a little higher than the other.

      Beautiful work . . . .!!!!!
    • daiquiri
      Yeah, portholes need to be in line with the sheer or it's like a fist in the eye of the beholder... ;)
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      dskira
      Thank you.
      I designed Acadia. If you don't like the porthokles, well too bad, they are mine as the rest of the boat.
      daiquiri, The portholes are in fact follwing the real sheer line, the upper sheer line is for the raised deck.
      I abandonned to mark with molding the lower sheer line, I was making the boat to busy.
      Less is more.
      Raised deck with large amount of flare make, depending the angle of view, the fitting appearing differently to the eyes.
      She is in Greece, and running well.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      Doug Lord
      Beautiful!!
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