Class project of 18.7 meter fishing vessel

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  1. middlemarinedub
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    middlemarinedub Captain Vadimo

    For sale: Class project of 18.7 meter fishing vessel - ready for use.

    Visit proposal webpage here: LINK

    Contents:
    Class: "M-SP" by Russian River Register (Mixed sailing River/Sea).
    Lightship displacement: 49 tons.
    Displacement at full load: 72 tons.
    Length: 18,7 meters.
    Beam: 5,8 meters.
    Freeboard: 3,37 meters.
    Depth CWL: 1,43 meters.
    Depth LWL: 1,70 meters.
    Project consists:
    1. Stability report (Document for Register Society - 44 pages).
    2. Lines plan (Drawing).
    3. General arrangement (Drawing).
    4. CL Section and Main planes (Drawings).
    5. Frames sections (Drawings).
    6. Frames diagram (Scheme).
    7. Waterlines diagram (Scheme).
    8. Plans of living compartments (Drawing).
    9. Tanks plan (Drawing).
    10. Bulkheads plans (Drawing).
    11. Middle section (Drawing).
    12. Superstructure (Drawings).
    13. Fish boxes plan (Drawing).

    More information: LINK

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  2. TANSL
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    TANSL Senior Member

    In a quick analysis, I would:
    • the stern rather wider.
    • the arc of blocks stern, considerably higher
    • Crane, would place it alongside the superstructure to not hinder the work on Deck
    • reduce the freeboard.
    • would place aft freeing ports
    • would put the funnel and engine casing
    • perhaps would be interesting to place liferafts and lifebuoys
    • the rudder seems to be very small.
    • Hand lift the anchor will not be easy.
     
    Last edited: Jul 3, 2015
  3. middlemarinedub
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    middlemarinedub Captain Vadimo

    Excuse me?
     
  4. TANSL
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    TANSL Senior Member

    I just express my opinion, maybe wrong, just say what I would do or would reconsider.
     
  5. middlemarinedub
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    middlemarinedub Captain Vadimo

    This project is based on existing fishing vessels which are in use at Baltic Sea. Project is finished at the end of 2013 and ready for use.
    I'm not going to change this project because work is done and it is for sale as it is. Bayer can change it in the way he wants it.
    Anyway, thank you for your opinion and advices.
    Regards.
     
  6. TANSL
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    Please, how I'm going to pretend you change the project ?.
    I would like to see photos of the ship during construction and afloat, once completed. Thank You.
    Btw, these days it seems unwise to project a fishing boat trawling for Baltic Sea.
     
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  7. gonzo
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    gonzo Senior Member

    Are you saying this is a copy of Baltic Sea fishing boats? Your drawing show an exaggerated freeboard and less beam than what those fishing boats have. Also, the max beam at about 40% of length looks like something from the early 1800s
     
  8. middlemarinedub
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    middlemarinedub Captain Vadimo

    The basic project which has been taken to be modified - is a project of fishing vessel which has been under serial construction in 1980's. You can see it on the upper drawing. On the lower drawing - modified hull, especially bow which has X-Bow configuration which is know as modern Norwegian technology in shipbuilding.
     

  9. TANSL
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    middlemarinedub, the four ships with the X-Bow are not fishing boats. (These ships, which are 4 times larger than yours, have much less freeboard than yours)
    The X-Bow is not a product of the Norwegian technology but a design patented by the Ulstein Group. It is likely, therefore, that you have legal problems if you use this design without requiring a license.
    Several international organizations are making efforts to trawling is prohibited in the Baltic Sea. Therefore, it seems not advisable to design a boat of this type for the Baltic Sea. I can not say for sure but I would be very surprised if such ships, that would be very new, were fishing in that sea.
    Your project, as fishing vessel is inadequate. I doubt that a fisherman get into investing so much money to build a boat with your plans.
    I visited your website and I saw your prices, which seem very cheap. What you include in them, or do you leave to include in your project, to offer such low rates ?. That's the first thing you should specify.
    I have experience in the design of fishing vessels. If you are interested in an exchange of views, or advice, we can talk privately via email.
    At your disposal
     
    Last edited: Jul 11, 2015
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