aquarama hull lines

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by Massimo Valenti, Dec 10, 2009.

  1. Massimo Valenti
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    I'm looking for samone who help me in the correction of my drawing about the real aquarama hull shape.
    thanks in advance
    Max
     

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  2. Scott Carter
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    Scott Carter Senior Member

    Can you explain in more detail exactly what you need? Also, perhaps post an image that doesn't need to be downloaded to view which illustrates the vessel you're referring to.
     
  3. Massimo Valenti
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    Here a new attachments of the my job that, I think, need some corrections.
     

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  4. PAR
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    PAR Yacht Designer/Builder

    Are we to guess what you want to ask about this design?
     
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  6. Massimo Valenti
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    what I'm looking for is sameone that knows (Like Cudashark
    for example) the real shape an dimension of the Riva Aquarama hull and show me if my personal design is well or not:
    1) Is the lower angle of stern more deeper?
    2) Is the aft too much high?
    3) Why I cant attach any photos? (I can attach only files).
    4) How is near to the reality my drawing.
    ....
    Thanks
     
  7. dskira

    dskira Previous Member

    Ask Riva they will SELL you the plans.
     
  8. Massimo Valenti
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    This last solution is what an expert in boat design never tell.
     
  9. lewisboats
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    lewisboats Obsessed Member

    To the best of my knowledge...Riva Aquarama plans are not for sale. They are owned by a company that Mr. Riva sold the rights to and they won't even let him build to his own plans anymore. There is a documentary on this that was produce a few years ago, or at least a show on it...BBC I think but don't quote me. The situation may have changed but I haven't heard of or seen it in any recent news. The new stuff seems to be plastic based and 'modern'...crud IMHO!
     
  10. dskira

    dskira Previous Member

    I don't see anything making sense on your remarq.
    You need plans you buy them. If they are not for sale, though titi.
    You don't ask were you can stole them.
    Cheers
    Daniel
     
  11. apex1

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    Yeah Daniel,
    that was exactly the question!
    How can I steal the plans? And which one of you is willing to help me?

    What a sad individual..........

    But thats our "Internet Generation", everything is a vailable, and it has to be free!
    They will wake up after some years, when all of them decided to consume, and none is left to produce!

    Regards
    Richard
     

  12. Massimo Valenti
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    I'm sorry to hear that. The last considerations have same thinks that I don't like at all.
    I've already produce myself the Aquarama plans. I have posted a little quantity of plans in the first reply. I'm only asking to someone of us if the surfaces of the hull seams something that works in the water at 35Knots or not.
    Thanks
    Max
     
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