Does the picture should be improved as it is not easy to distinguish bow from stern?

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  1. xichyu
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    xichyu Junior Member

    Does the picture should be improved as it is not easy to distinguish bow
    from stern? In particular,is it seems that the collision bulkhead
    absent ?
     

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  2. Kailani
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    What's the purpose of the drawing?

    Bulbous bow is on the right I guess...
     
  3. Mr Efficiency
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    You cannot see the collision bulkhead, looking at a (stylized) side view of a ship. It could be a new-fangled coffee cup.
     
  4. xichyu
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    xichyu Junior Member

    Just for hydrostatic calculation.
     

  5. PAR
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    PAR Yacht Designer/Builder

    Open your textbooks and re-read them . . .
     
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