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fjta: Catamaran-MY WAY

We are trying to realize this dream, do you know somebody that want to build it?

Posted by: fjta - website: http://www.coroflot.com/filippotaiani

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fjta, Jun 8, 2005
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      5/5,
      nero
      Breathless! I can already see this at the film festival in Cannes.

      Are the navigation lights legal? Have you done a test model to see how those round bows part the water?
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      5/5,
      aoffshore
      AWSOME!!!
      the first catamaran design I like.
      I even would like to present it in Cannes & Monaco boat show and on my web site if you allow me to do so.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      greg_lampton
      I really like the design. However, I have some serious questions as to the step decks in the stern. It seems to me that when underway these could pose some problems for you...slamming when waves come thru as well as drag. Not to mention they would act almost like a net for anything coming in between the hulls. Maybe wider step decks but fewer of them, read that as higher water clearance. With the right kind of lighting it would be really romantic without loosing the masculine touch you have so well given it. Speaking of lighting I also wonder about your stern nav lights.
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      5/5,
      JSI - NavA
      Very very nice! The steps would pose a problem with waves, but honestly with the type of yacht this portrays, just make the entire thing hydraulic. Wouldn't be the most difficult thing that's been done. Structure is a totally different issue though.

      Incredible idea!

      Stern light is a single white, maybe at a 170 degree visible range, but not positive.

      The bow lights shouldn't be a problem, as long as they meet visibility requirements, how it's styled doesn't matter.
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      5/5,
      pepadoo
      Esquisite design!
    • Doug Lord
      Fantastic! Congratulations!
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      5/5,
      Gregor1
      Beautiful design. Congratulations
    • Gregor1
      I am writing a book on catamarans called : "Catamarans, Tomorrow's Superyachts" and would like to iknclude some of your images. I would of course give you full credit.
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