A 45ft highspeed boat design

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  1. benyachts
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    A concept design,not the real project.Thank you for giving me some suggustion.
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  2. Alik
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    Another sleek nonsense that will never happen...
    To start with, check running trim and evaluate visibility from steering station.
     
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    What I was told before I started designing boats:
    "One day you may have to operate one of your own designs. I suggest you get some sea time to help you create a useable boat'.
     
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  5. michael pierzga
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    The big chunky spray chine might be a worthwhile design detail. Those plumb stem motor boats are notorious for being wet.

    I never liked add on swim platforms. Wave swept and easily damaged. Open to the sea cockpits with a swim ladder work well and are easier to live with.

    I see no anchor. Stem drop bruce anchors are elegant and practical, Im surprised more designers dont use them
     
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  7. michael pierzga
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    Sure its impractical, but most modern designs start off as impractical, over stylized nonsense , then its given to a naval architect who salvages key design highlights and draws a real boat.

    Personally I find enclosed wheelhouses on small caft ridiculous. The noise inside is overwhelming , guests rapidly get seasick then blow lunch all over the inside of the windows .
     
  8. Alik
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    I am sure NA should not touch it, as such nonsense pushes the customer in wrong direction and some drawbacks of the concept will not be possible to correct. If we as NAs and marine professionals become more selective and not involve in such third-party projects, then 'designers' without clew of boats will have no place on the market and we can do our job properly. Let the 'designers' do some boating first!

    PS we never touch any work of such 'designers'.
     
  9. michael pierzga
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    I guess. If I walk down the dock I see millions of euros worth of really odd, unusable design.

    Says to me that if a client shows up in a design office with a few million in his pocket, he can buy what he wants.

    Here...sink your teeth into a 25 meter rib !!

    So goofy that every time it docks, a crew or guest falls overboard trying to more fore and aft on the missing side deck.

    The boat cant come alongside a low floating dock.

    Spring lines are impossible .

    And what about all the ventilation on the stern platform at the waterline.

    And check out the goofy hydraulic passerelle

    The shipyard wont lift it for fear of damaging the tubes with the travel lift.


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    HakimKlunker Andreas der Juengere

    Design only what is meant to be built.
    Build only what is meant to be used.
    Use only what is practical. (it can be beautiful at the same time)
    Practise before you design.

    Is opium still legal in China? :)

    Below you see the creation of your soul mate. Unbelievable, but she got a reward for that...
     

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  11. philSweet
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    Any ideas how you'd pull that thing from a mold????
     
  12. FMS
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    The protruded chine sweeps would require a split mold at the keel.

    The single deck hatch forward to access the bow also requires creativity to make workable. Deck hatches suffer from the following problems:
    1.) usually too small to comfortably exit through
    2.) conversely, if large represent a deck vulnerability
    3.) usually insufficient footing and handholds to climb through quickly and safely
    4.) impacts use and layout of the cabin
     
  13. JSL
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    Wonderful styling. Reminds me of an old toaster (or was it a CD player?) we threw out last month.

    My heart goes out to the owner of this creature
     
  14. quequen
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    benyachts, beautifull design work!. Any english translation for your website?
     

  15. martinworswick
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    i wouldn't have thought that the op's design was too out there,this one is reasonably similar,the xsr48, i saw it on top gear a while back.
     
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