Hogfish like sharpie in Delftship

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  1. Jaro
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    I have installed new version of delftship, just for fun. Nothing like it was so even though an easy model, this was bit of work.This is 12 m long, 3,5 wide, Hogfish like sharpie, it comes almost exactly at 12 tons displacement at 0,7 draft, with keel pulled inside. Why the heck do I have the crease at the end of the deck? :D
    Honestly, boat like this would benefit from a self tacking sailwing and a deckhouse. When simplification, then simplification. Is there any benefit to add V portion to the bottom?
     

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  2. Flotation
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    Can you show the model with deck mesh and control points (control net) visible?
     
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    Here is the net.
     

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    Is the edge between deck and stern defined as a crease edge?
     
  7. Jaro
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    Yes. Bu t I think my mistake is to have the transom trapesoidal and then trying to project the curved deck over. You reckon this would be a good build on 8 mm steel base plate? 6 mm sides. Even today prices I can have about 3,50 bucks per pound welded superstructure. :D Build would be a folly though. Boats were never cheap as now as people cannot afford to keep them.
     
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    Ok figured it out, the arched deck needs to be done first and the transom afterwards. The deck gives the box some aesthethics back.
     

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    With the sailwing.
     

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