40 m Ice class passenger ferry

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by Adarsh Edakkote, Dec 10, 2015.

  1. Adarsh Edakkote
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    Adarsh Edakkote Junior Member

    Dear All,

    I am planning to design as Ice class passenger ferry with following specs,

    L(Apprx)-40m
    B-(Apprx)-9m

    10-15 passenger,1-2 cars.

    If anybody has some reference GENERAL ARRANGEMENT plan,Please share it here.

    Thanks& Regards,
    Adarsh,Lead NA
     
  2. Ad Hoc
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    Ad Hoc Naval Architect

    Great. Hope it works well...

    So you wish to copy another design, with most likely a completely different SOR, and not design it yourself as you first stated?

    Confused...:!:
     
  3. Adarsh Edakkote
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    Adarsh Edakkote Junior Member

    Hi Ad Hoc,

    I don't need to copy other design.
    I need to do parent ship data analysis to fix the preliminary main dimensions as i am first time in ice class ferry design,

    Thaniks
     
  4. Alexanov
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    Alexanov Senior Member

    40 meters and only 1-2 cars? Sounds little bit strange for me. What kind of ferry is it? Double ended?
     

  5. Adarsh Edakkote
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    Adarsh Edakkote Junior Member

    ice class ferry

    there is only one ramp at the aft.vessel is designed for 40 pax accomodation and for one car.

    Final dimensions concluded as below,

    L-36 m
    B-9 m
    D-3.8 m
    T-2.5 m
     
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