catamaran design with rotork

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by deck work shop, Nov 23, 2015.

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what is your priority : pretty design or safer one

Poll closed Nov 25, 2015.
  1. pretty design

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  2. safer

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  1. deck work shop
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    deck work shop Junior Member

    Dear designers
    im working on designing a catamaran with two rotorks.
    distance between two rotorks is 3 m and the top area will 9 x 15 m
    if any one have experience in this kind of work please share it with me .
    i want the specific of preferred connections between two boats(rotorks)
    actually i designed it for 180 cm distance between two boats .
    but i need to redesign it for 3 m .
    you will find my previous design in attachment .
    best regards
     

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  2. Mr Efficiency
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    I'm greedy, I want both, safer, prettier, cheaper if possible !
     
  3. deck work shop
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    of course there a lot of parameters in design but which one you will scarify for the other
     
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    You can go to jail for an unsafe conveyance, but not for an ugly one. so let's make it safe.
     

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