55M catamaran 3D virtual tour

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by tz3dcom, Nov 28, 2018.

  1. tz3dcom
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  2. upchurchmr
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    Another cartoon.
     
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    Not going to join another website.
    Put the data where it can be seen without that.
     
  5. tz3dcom
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    T-CAT 55 Presentation:

    T-CAT 55 is a super carrier yacht design for explore .He can carry a dozen big toys include custom 11M cat ,helicopter ,U-BOAT sub ,ATV,Halley,and other water toys.

    So he is a four habitat yacht in the world that we never to design.

    The core design of T-CAT 55 is a lift platform on foredeck which can down to water 2 M deep for U-BOAT sub and a 11M power cat to launch as well as for car and

    motorbike to go ashore 。T-CAT 55 without big crane on upper toys deck but has large outdoor deck space for life. So it's quite different to any other supply yacht

    but with power capacity of supply and entertainment.

    Thanks to the catamarn feature , a whole beam president suite and five cabins on upper deck to be fitted to accommodate up to 12 guests and 12 children. 8 cabins for

    as many as 22 crews will be housed. Plus the carried tender (T-CAT 11) with 2 cabins available for extra 6 guests or crews. T-CAT 55 also offers many functional area

    for the entertainment , Include the 21 seats dining and cinema area,CAF,solon,bar,GYM ,steam ,massage,haircut,net bar on main deck . Many sun pads, salon,bars and

    waterfull pool on bridge deck . It can hold 60 guests for a day party to enjoy many kinds of entertainment.

    T-CAT 55 is a true innovative design. Whether from the layout to the furniture design , everything are unique. It's got more advancing functions than any other

    vessels. Very cool looking and versatility are his feature.

    T-CAT 55 Specification:

    Dimension:
    Length overall (LOA): 56.6m
    Length DWL : 54.9m
    Beam Moulded : 17.2m
    Beam Extreme : 17.4m
    Draft @ DWL : ~2.7M
    Full Load Displacement :~580 Tonnes
    Moulded depth (to mdk @ midships) :~5.8m
    Air draft (to high aerial at DWL) :~24m

    Performance:
    Maximum speed : ~20 knots
    Cruise speed : 15 knots

    Exterior design: TZ3D STUDIO
    Interior design: TZ3D STUDIO
    Naval architect: T.B.D

    Construction:
    Aluminum hull
    Aluminum and carbon fiber superstructure

    Engines:
    (2x) MTU 3650 HP diesel engines

    Generators:
    (2x) Caterpillar C9 160 kW (Paralleling system)
    (1x) Caterpillar 93 KW Harbor/Emergency 220 VAC 50 Hz.

    Persons:
    Guests : 12 adult 12 children plus T-CAT 11 4 adult 2 children
    Crew including supernumeries: 24
    Accommodations:

    Owner Suite:
    (1x) 270 degree view whole beam President suite on upper deck / king-size bed and separate his and hers bathrooms, Jacuzzi tub in he. horizontal shower bed in her.
    Separate study. 24m2 office for President .

    Guests:
    (4x) King-size-bed cabins with ensuite bathrooms and sofa bed for children
    (1x) 2 composite beds with 2 ensuite bathrooms
    (2x) Double Guests cabin in T-CAT 11 with ensuite bathrooms

    Crew:
    (1x) Double captain's cabin
    (1x) Laundry & stewardess cabin for 3 stewardess
    (6x) Composite beds for 3 Crew each cabin

    Toys:
    (1x) Custom 10.6m*5.2m powercat (T-CAT 11)
    (1x) EC 135 helicopter
    (1x) Jet tender 23
    (1x) Jet tender 16
    (1x) Hov Pod 4.75m
    (2x) U-BOAT WORX super yacht sub3
    (3x) Yamaha jet skis
    (1x) 2.9m Williams Turbojet
    (4x) ATV
    (2x) Halley

    Deck Equipment:
    (1x) Aft Tender Lift Platform
    (1x) Foredeck Lift Platform
    (2x) Anchors 400kg Bruce Type SHHP
    (2x) Fwd Capstans Muir VC 6000
    (2x) Aft Capstans Muir VC 6000
    (1x) Helicopter pad
    (1x) Jacuzzis
    (1x) Waterfull pool
    (3x) Bar (2 on bridge deck .1 on main deck)
    (3x) BBQ
    (36x)Sun pad


    Dining Areas :
    (2x) 8 seat on sun deck
    (1x) 14 seats on bridge deck
    (1x) 21 seats on main aft deck
    (1x) 12 seats on main deck saloon
    (1x) 14 seats on main deck crew mess
    (1x) 7 seats on lower deck crew mess


    Recreational Areas :
    (1x) open Cinema 19 seats
    (1x) haircut area
    (1x) massage
    (1x) steam room
    (1x) net bar & IT studio
    (1x) GYM
    (2x) electric massage chair on fishing deck
    (1x) 6 seats coffee table
    (2x) 7 seats lounge on main deck saloon


    Elevator:
    (1x) Accessible elevator
    (1x) Dumb aiter

    Day Head :
    (1x) accessible head
    (2x) day head with shower

    Navigation & Communication:
    Radar: (2x) Raytheon
    Autopilot: Raytheon Anschutz Nauti-Pilot
    Depth Sounder: Elac EL 1500 dual frequency
    Gyro Compass: Anschutz Digital Standard 20
    SSB: Sailor
    Sat Com: Inmarsat C & F77
    Internet: High-speed "always on" (up to 1,024K bps) Central distribution


    Tankage:
    Steering Hydraulic Tank : 2 of, 110L capacity
    Hydraulic Storage Tank : 2 of, 300L capacity (500kg including tank as per system weight study)
    Aft Hydraulic Tank : N/A
    Fwd Hydraulic Tank : N/A
    Hot Water Cylinders : 3 of, 314L Rheem fast recovery hot water cylinders
    Lube Oil Clean : 500L dirty oil (clean oil will be provided by Jerry cans per Owner request)
    Fuel Oil (Dirty & Sludge) : N/A
    Fuel Oil : 2 of, 35,00 litres tanks
    Fuel Oil - Day Tanks : 2 of, 3,200 litre tanks
    Fresh Water : 5 of, 6,500 litre tanks
    Sullage - Untreated : N/a
    Sullage - Treated : 2 of, 500 L tank
    Grey Water : 2 of, 5,000 litre tanks (combined black & grey)
    Tender Petrol : 2,500 litres
    Live Fish Tank : 2,200 litres
     
  6. tz3dcom
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    more pics
     

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  7. Alik
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    Bow part of catamaran cross deck takes a lot of slamming loads. Such a garage there with low vertical clearance is hardly feasible.
     
  8. tz3dcom
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    No...the aluminum catamaran is strong .The idea come from L-cat , you can see the whole deck is liftable , Only the bow beam and aft beam is fixed for connect the two hulls.
     
  9. Alik
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    The picture You posted is for is for coastal craft, not for seagoing yacht.
    How many catamarans have You personally designed which are built? Have You ever been on catamaran at sea, in severe conditions? The answers are 'zero' and 'no', I am sure :)
     
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  10. bjdbowman
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    All,

    Wow, do you guys know how much time and energy it takes to create this level of art? Anyone who can criticize someone for being creative and making a huge effort in production has no clue of the skill level required here! Sorry to spit into the wind here, but what this person has done is a work of art, and if all you can do is ***** and moan then take a quick look in the mirror and ask yourself this simple question: "could I have created this 3d model"? Even if you don't like the design or you happen to see tons of flaws, does that mean that you are in their brain? That you know all that they know? That you you have seen all that they have seen?

    MAD RESPECT to TZD3COM for their work on this project... I love it... and I'll take three! One for each of my villas... LOL! I'd love to see the interior work, and the engine/mechanical rooms when you get to that point.

    Keep up the good work!
    Bowman
     
  11. Alik
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    OK, so You treat it as 'work of art', not as design? :)
    Looking at mirror, we developed over 50 catamaran designs, which are in service. Some of them are 'Significant small ships' of the year, selected by RINA.

    3D model is nothing, but knowledge and experience behind it are important. If the 'designer' places the large opening ramp in heavy slamming zone, but completely ignores any arrangement for anchor equipment, I would seriously doubt about his experience and usability of the design. Such design errors are impossible to correct, even when the concept is taken over by professional boat designers/naval architects.

    'I can draw in 3D' is not necessarily equal to 'I can design boats'.
     
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  12. Ad Hoc
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    Yes.
    Historically from our records of doing these type of 3D renderings, it is circa 1% of the time it takes to Design the boat for real.
    Not just a pretty 3d image.

    Exactly - it is just art.
    As Alik notes, it is not design! The two disciplines are poles apart.
     
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  13. bjdbowman
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    You're making Assumptions... like I said in my prior post... you don't know what is inside Alik's mind or what is behind the work that went into this project.
     
  14. bjdbowman
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    Alik,

    I do see your project as art... Very well done art. I told you that I love the work that you did. I never mentioned that this was/is not a "real design". I have no clue as to what level of detail/design that you are at. I am only suggesting that what you have displayed is in itself a ton of work and I am impressed. I did not/do not mention anything about design... I am not a mind reader... I just wanted to let you know that I do respect the level of work displayed within this project so far. (No assumptions that this is a cartoon or not a real design).
    Thanks...
    Bowman
     

  15. tz3dcom
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    Hi Bowman,

    Many thanks for your encouragement. . I am happy to hearing the work is art ! I prefer the artist job than the design or architects.This is my dream design so not a order job .I know it will never become a real project and get nothing back in the future . ..because everything are made by me and no invest cost so I don't worry the setback . And I really enjoy the creative process. Thank God let me kept it up and Free me from emptiness and pain.

    In the past 10 years I have involved more than 120 vessels 3d project as a draftsman. These jobs let me learn a lot of knowledge and skill but can't bring me pleasure because that is Lack of creative work.

    I hate stuffy work....enjoy the dream.

    Thanks

    Leo
     
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