Concept to basic line drawings - 40 foot power boat

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by 67-LS1, Sep 6, 2003.

  1. 67-LS1
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    67-LS1 Junior Member

    Well I got the station lines added based on the length at the water line at rest, but didn't get a chance last night to post them. I'll try again tonight. I hope to be able between now and then to: A) move the engines back and B) eliminate the notch and surface drives.
    Dennis
     
  2. 67-LS1
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    67-LS1 Junior Member

    Ok, here they are with the station lines shown. I also changed it to a duoprop stearn drive (only small pictue I could cut and paste in) and changed the cockpit accordingly.
    How's it look?
    Dennis
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  3. dgruenwald
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    Take a look at the Power-Vent Surface drive system. The simplicity of an inboard with the efficiency of a surface drive. BETTER maneuverability than Arnesons. No need to trim because the tunnels have passive water level trimming.
     
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